Sunday, October 17, 2010

Peachy Keen Stamps Challenge 38: October Inspirations

Fall is in full swing, and using the month of October an inspiration, create a layout or project based on the season. The only catch is that it can't be a card!

This leaves your theme wide open to Autumn, Halloween, or Harvest Elements (note, since it's October, a Thanksgiving feast scene wouldn't really work for this challenge, but gourds, pumpkins, etc. would be appropriate!)

Okay so this picture of my son has been hanging on our refrigerator for so long now.  I think he is about 2 or 3 years old here.  He is now 7 years old by the way.  His daycare decided to put this outfit on him - isn't he the cutest look at those dimples.  I used the Happy Haunting Cartridge on this  layout and Disney's Happily Ever After.  The Peachy Keen I used to stamp the pumpkin is Monster Mash Face and for the Bride of Frankenstein is Blushing Bride.

For the pumpkin after I stamped the face, I used Kathy's technique I put glossy accents on it and them sprinkled it with some Martha Stewart Glitter.  I did the same for the Bride of Frankenstein Face after I colored it with copics, I also used stickles on her dress.  Hope you guys like it.


Lorie said...

Oh my goodness! What a great layout! I love all the layering you did! I gives your die cuts such depth and added dimension! Great job on the PKS challenge, and thanks for playing along with us!


Janice W. said...

This layout is adorable! And what a precious picture of your son! His smile is so darn cute! Thanks for playing the Peachy Keen Challenge!