Monday, August 8, 2011

Make it Monday with Kraft Outlet: Carnivals, Parades or Parties Challenge

Welcome to Make It Monday with the Kraft Outlet. Use this week's "Carnivals, Parades or Parties" 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 August 14, 2011.  All of our followers who participant in our challenges for the month of August have a chance to be featured on our "Feature Me 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!

Special Notice: If you use the CD Sleeve in ANY of your projects submitted in August, you'll receive an extra entry into our random $15.00 Kraft Outlet Store Voucher drawing, so buy some Lunch Bag Kraft CD Sleeves today and enter your projects this month for extra chances to win... we can't wait to see what you create using this fantastic product!

Kraft Outlet Design Team Reveal

Kim Duran
We're so excited to share Kim's first project as a member of the Kraft Outlet Creative Team! For this week's challenge, she chose to create a girly birthday card with a carnival theme. The Journaling Ticket was the perfect base to add a "birthday wishes" sentiment and a bouquet of balloons created from buttons! Kim embellished her Light Kraft Cover Weight card with pink ribbon, whitewashed wooden stars, and Jenni Bowlin stick pinks in Garnet and Antique. For additional photos and more information, please visit Kim's blog.

Tracy MacDonald
Tracy has created her fun party-themed card on a base of Brown Kraft Cover Weight cardstock.  The large mat is Buff Ivory Cover Weight cardstock.  Her image was colored with Prismacolor pencils on Lunch Bag Kraft cardstock and the image and designer paper were bothe matted on more of the Brown Kraft Cover Weight cardstock.  Her embellishments include white Twill Tying Tape, Red Bakers Twine, and some fun Chipboard Banner Pieces.

Jennifer Cuthbertson
Jennifer made this fun card using a Light Kraft Cover Weight cardstock base, Baker's Twine, and carnival tickets from the Kraft Outlet. The ferris wheel image was stamped and colored with Copic Markers and popped off of the card using foam squares. The patterned paper at the top of the card was cut to resemble a circus tent. Head over to her blog for more information.


  1. wow amazing cards.. Love them all

  2. Fun, I am glad I get sometime to play along this week!

  3. I missed the closing of the linky, but here is the link to my card:


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