So I made a card for Kathy. Not because I wanted to participate in this challenge, but because Kathy seems like a really great person and recently, through a brief e-mail exchange, she helped me out.
See, I only recently discovered Peachy Keen Stamps. I've been seeing them used all over the blogosphere in a number of different projects. In addition to traditional clear stamp sets, PKS is probably best known for their "face" stamps that can be added to paper dolls or critter cutouts for Cricut, Eclipse, and Silhouette die cuts. Pretty much anything you want to put a cute face on...you can with a Peachy Keen stamp.
|PK 440-Cute and Cuddly|
Within minutes of placing my order, I received a confirmation
e-mail from Kathy letting me know my order was received. I had a little "issue" with my order and sent a reply, not really expecting to get an answer back right away. I certainly wasn't expecting that in less than 5 minutes, Kathy herself had replied to my email and helped me out. Amazing!
I order quite a lot of my stamping supplies online. I never know if I am ordering from a warehouse or a nice lady sitting on her couch in her bunny slippers (not suggesting that Kathy does this by the way). But what I do know is that companies that have great customer service will get my business again and again.
So if you haven't visited Peachy Keen Stamps yet, you need to. They have adorable stamps and fantastic customer service. And without further ado, here is my card. Kathy, if by some bizarre chance you read this post, I wish you the happiest of birthdays and thanks again for your help last week! I will be back again.
Supplies: Bazzill cardstock in chocolate brown, Patterned paper from Basic Grey's Shine On collection, Beaver cutout from Cricut Winter Frolic cartridge, Peachy Keen PK 440-Cute and Cuddly Face Assortment, Sentiment from Many Greeting by My Creative Time stamps, Balloon punch from Martha Stewart, Inks by Memento.