Welcome to Make It Monday with the Kraft Outlet. Challenge #10 theme for this week is "Saint Patty's Day or Green". Use this week's theme to inspire you to create a project and then link it up at the bottom of this post before 6:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) on Sunday March 20, 2011. All participants in our challenges for the month of March have a chance to be featured on our "Feature You Fridays" posts as well as be entered to win a $15.00 Kraft Outlet Store Voucher! The more challenges you enter this month, the more chances you have to win! Remember to follow our challenge guidelines to include either Kraft cardstock or products from Kraft Outlet on your project to be eligible for the prizes.
"Saint Patty's Day or Green" Design Team Reveal
Tracy started out with a base of Kraft Outlet Brown Kraft Cover Weight cardstock. Next is a layer of Buff Ivory Cover Weight cardstock, then some more of the Brown Kraft that she ran through a paper crimper and some fun plaid October Afternoon DP. She cut the tag from Lunch Bag Kraft cardstock and added a little snippet of Twill Tape. Tracy wrote the Irish toast word for health on the Round Metal Edge Grungy Prim Tag. You can find a complete supply list for the card on Tracy's blog.
Kristina decided to do a "Green" layout for this week's challenge. The unique background was cut on her Cricut. The White Library Cards are easy to ink up to match any project and make great journaling cards. Her photo is matted on Brown Kraft Cover Weight Cardstock and tied off with White Twill Tape. Her flower was made by layering designer paper, Lunch Bag Kraft Cardstock and Vintage Dictionary Pages. To finish off the flower, Kristina added a button to the center with a Brown Baker's Twine bow. You can get more details on her layout on her blog, Kristina's World.
Audrey created a fun St. Patrick's Day card this week bringing in lots of green for the holiday mixed with her favorite goodies from The Kraft Outlet. Embossed Lunch Bag Kraft cardstock and patterned papers are layered with journaling notebook paper and die cut shapes to add depth and visual interest to her project. A scalloped die cut from Precut Chipboard makes a lovely frame for a sweet vintage image, dressed up with snippets of lace, a flower, and tied with Brown Baker's Twine. For more details and photos, please visit Audrey's blog.
We're really looking forward to seeing what you create for our challenge this week! Link your project up below and don't forget to visit us again tomorrow for Top Three Tuesday...and again on Wednesday for a tutorial from Aphra!