Tuesday, October 5, 2010

PKS Challenge #38 Video

Hello and happy Tuesday!!!  Well, it's time for a Peachy Keen Challenge once again, and we've got a good one for you!  For Challenge #38, we are to make something for Fall, and the only stipulation is it can't be a card.  Well, that's easy, right?  Heeheehee...  maybe not!!  I came up with these little sour cream containters for my project.  I've made these a lot before at stamping events and workshops.  They are so fast and easy, and always manage to get the oooh's and aaaah's when people see how easily they go together. 


It's been a while, but I decided maybe it was time for another video.  I love sharing them with you, but I have to be honest and admit that I HATE the process.  This technologically challenged gal really struggles with the whole putting it together process, so please, please, when I share a video, know that it's a complete and total labor of love!!  Hopefully as I do more of them, it will get easier.  Oh, how I hope THAT!!!!  :-)  Would you like a little good news about the stamps I used for this project?  Well, if you hop over to the Peachy Keen Stamps Store, you can find these little guys now available in die form.  Yes, you heard me!!  They've been made into dies, so you can cut them out, switch their feet, and each die includes stamps for the faces, so you can switch those around, too!  There's an entire new line of Halloween themed dies!!  Oh what fun!!!!! 
Here ya go!  It's a longer one, because I'm sharing the Copic coloring techniques, as well as the instructions for the sour cream container.  ENJOY!!!



Don't forget to check out the PKS Challenge Blog for all the wonderful DT samples, and I'd love to see you play along so we can see what you've been up to with your PKS stamps!!  Thanks so much for stopping by!  I hope your day is filled with blessings, and lots of happy stamping!

Love ya,

20 comments:

Glora said...

These are DIVINE. I can't wait to watch the video during my me time while the little one is sleeping!

Cheryl said...

Fabulous creations and LOVE the tutorial.

Sharon said...

These are just wonderful!! I made some of these last Halloween and handed them out to the Trick or Treaters. They were a hit! Love the stamps you used. Your video is awesome!! I don't have any copics but I really enjoyed you showing how you use them. Thanks!! :)

sillyp said...

Lorie, I lerned so much from your video you should do more. You are very detailed in you comments. I learned how to shade better, loved the bling idea on the tag. I will try to make the tubes today. Thank you for your hard work on this video.

Maureen Reiss said...

These are super cute!!

Becky said...

Lorie these are just adorable.. great video..

Glora said...

I just watched the video and LOVED it! I just ordered a small set of 36 copics last week for Christmas. I can't wait to start using them. I appreciate all of the tips - you are amazing and so sweet to share your coloring tips with us. Those containers will be a hit, I will have to make some for my girls. THANKS THANKS THANKS!

Cecelia said...

These are SUPER cute! I have made these before for my kids' classrooms and everyone really liked them;0) Great video! I need to get some of those copics and try them out...I am a watercolor girl;0)

Hugs
Cecelia B

Brigitte said...

This is a great idea!!! I love it and the kids are sure to go crazy! I was just wondering why you called them sour cream container?

Nikki the *scrappinNavyWife* said...

I LOVE your cute lil' sour cream containers! And your coloring skills and explanations ROCK!!! GO YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Nikki

Beckie W said...

What a great video. Thanks for sharing!

scrapn_momof2 said...

As always Lorie your projects are adorable! I just love these little containers!

Viv said...

What would I do without you Lorie!! I love love LOVE your sour cream containers!! You are my hero!!! Gotta have another video fix soon please!! Hugs Viv xxx

bumblebee creations said...

Love your treat holders--off to watch your video! Thanks for taking the time to make it! : )

bumblebee creations said...

WOW!!!! Lorie--I loved your video--can't wait to get home and try some of your shading techniques with my copics!!!

CrafteA said...

That was FANTASTIC! Both the container & the video! You are so talented. You really, really, really need to do more videos for those of us who need to see the actual process. Thank you so much. CrafteA

Janice W. said...

These little treat holders are too darn cute! Thanks so much for sharing another video with us!!

Samantha Casey said...

Lorie! I love these little treat holders, they are so charming and sweet! Your video is awesome too, I am in awe of your amazing coloring skills! I look forward to your projects and these are so adorable!
-Samantha

MiamiKel said...

Lorie, my goodness you are so very talented - these are just booootiful! They are beautifully colored and the cutest lil images - they just scream happy, cute and spooktacular! Wonderful video! It's always fun to see you in action :)
Blessings to you!

~Paola~ said...

OH MYmGOODNESS Lorieee!
I have just seen the video tutorial about this supah cute sourcream containers and they are AWESOMEEEEE!!...
You just gave me the PERFECT idea for using these wee containers and using them as individual cute name place seating Christmas's prezzies for my family...yeahh! GREAT!*thank YOU* I LOVEEE watching your tutorials my friend! keep them comingggg,You ROCK!!:o)

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