Sunday, September 29, 2013

Emily Kluender :: Gifts of Cocoa

Welcome to our final day of creations using Peachy Keen Stamps and Timeless Twine!
It's been a fun two weeks of sharing amazing projects from our team.
Hopefully we've inspired you to grab your Peachy Keen Stamps and Timeless Twine and create something wonderful of your own, and we'd love for you to share your creations with us on our Facebook page, or in playing along with our challenge.  We always love to see what you're creating and we count on YOU to keep US inspired!!
Stop by the Timeless Twine Blog today, because there's more inspiration to be found there, and we know you're going to love it!!

Here's the super cute creations that Emily has to share with you today!  ENJOY!!

Hi, Emily here! I have a couple of projects to share that I used Timeless Twine and Peachy Keen Stamps on. They go together like peas in a pod!! 

The two Timeless Twines I used were Christmas (Cherry and Olive) and Firecracker (Aqua Blue and Cherry Red). Such beautiful colors and so easy to work with!!



I know it isn't quite winter yet but I couldn't resist making these adorable hot cocoa gift holders. I love a great cup of cocoa on those snowy days. The cut files come from Treasure Box Designs and it is called Cocoa Pals.

On the snowman, I used Winter Faces. I colored in the nose, coals, and pipe with Copic Markers. I then chalked his cheeks with Inkadinkadoo Chalk Ink. I added twine to his hat and a sprig of holly which comes from PK-11 November 2012.



For the little boy, I used In the Garden Faces. I stamped and paper pieced his eyes. Then colored them in with a Copic Marker. I used the same color of chalk ink for his cheeks as well. I added a small pom to his hat.


The little cup of cocoa is stamped from the new PKSC-21 September 2013. I colored them in with Copic markers and added a snowflake sequin. 

I wrapped each of the handles with the coordinating twine from their hats. It was a little time consuming but so worth it! I think it created a beautiful accent to each one.

   Thank you for stopping by to look at my creations!! Happy creating and stamping!! 

6 comments:

jessica said...

Super adorable Emily!!!

quilt4fun2 said...

The touches of stitching look great. I like how you used the twine. Wonderful job on your holders.
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Creative M said...

This is just TOO darn cute!!
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Melissa said...

So cute! I love these projects Emily!

Vivienne Holden said...

Your projects have done you proud Emily! xxx

Cindy said...

SUPER CUTE projects Emily!!!! :)