Kraft Outlet Guest Designer for September
This month we'll also be featuring work from our Guest Designer, Debbie Carriere of Scrappin' My Heart Out blog. We're excited to have Debbie join us to design projects we know will inspire you, using Kraft cardstock and other products available at Kraft Outlet. Today we'll introduce Debbie to you and then on our weekly Thursday Trigger posts we'll reveal her creations all month long! So be sure to stop back in again on Thursday for this week's challenge Trigger from Debbie Carriere.
|Debbie Carrier of Scrappin' My Heart Out|
Hello, my name is Debbie Carriere and I am very excited to be the September Guest Designer for The Kraft Journal ! I am a stay-at-home mom to three kids, paper crafting addict, and wife of 10 years to a very understanding husband. We live north of
Here's a sneak peek at Debbie's card for this week's Use a Sketch challenge and don't forget to come back here again on Thursday for the full reveal and all the details!
Kraft Outlet Design Team Reveal for "Use a Sketch"
Brown Kraft Cover Weight cardstock.The first circular mat was cut from Buff Ivory Cover Weight cardstock and the "greetings" part of the sentiment was also stamped on this paper. Her Copic colored image was matted on more of the Brown Kraft. A ribbon and bow of 7 Gypsies Savannah seam binding circle the card's center and the banner was created using Jenni Bowlin chipboard banner pieces covered with crackle paint and strung on a piece of Earthy Hemp Cord. All of the paper and chipboard elements were inked with Walnut Stain Distress ink.
Audrey started with a Lunch Bag Kraft Cardstock card base, and layered with spooky patterned paper and a printed haunted house transparency. She added a strip of burlap and punch-edged cardstock across the top, along with a bow of Adelaide Seam Binding and a fun Vintage Halloween Chipboard Button. The banner was created from Chipboard Flag Pieces covered in Memo Book paper, dressed up with tiny alpha stickers and edged in brown ink. Hang Tag String dyed with Tea Dye Distress Ink suspend the banner and tie the vintage black button. A felt bat perched atop the bow finish things off.