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Kraft Outlet Guest Designer for November
My name is Debbie Marcinkiewicz and I am a wife and mother of two, wonderful sons! I am lucky enough to ‘work full time’ designing paper crafted treasures for several on-line boutiques and blogs currently! I have been a crafter all my life and have dabbled in just about everything. I owned my own sewing business for approximately three years in which I handmade American Girl doll clothes and quilts. It was a very natural progression to travel from quilting to paper crafting … the same basic techniques can be applied transitioning fabric to paper! I have been paper crafting seriously for approximately six years and have been professionally designing for almost two years!! I love anything vintage and shabby and adore to work with fabric, glitter, vintage images, textural embellishments … and enjoy using my sewing machine on my paper crafted designs!! I really find so much joy in inspiring others through my tiny, made from the heart treasures! I find much of my vintage inspiration around my pink Victorian home, antiques I’ve collected for the past 25 years and in nature! I am tickled to have the opportunity to design with the fabulous items carried through the Kraft Outlet!
Debbie, from Simple Treasures, is here today to share her 4th and final Guest Designer Project for the month of November! We want to sincerely thank Debbie for inspiring us and our readers with her awesome creations this past four weeks! For this week's challenge Debbie told us that she loves to make cards with an unexpected surprise for the recipient! This Christmas card has a Ghirardelli Peppermint Chocolate slipped into the pocket - yum!
Debbie used a Mini Kraft Merchandise Bag to hold the candy. She clipped off the top with pinking shears so that the striped candy wrapper would peek out of the top of the envie! She decorated the front of the envie and wrapped it up pretty with some Red Baker's Twine! The sentiment is stamped on a x-small Grungy Prim Tag. Strips of scrapping stickers were adhered to a piece of Lunch Bag Kraft cardstock to create the base of the card ... and viola! A sweet treat ... yummy to give and receive!!
Debbie shares that she has loved joining the kraft-y teamies this month as their Guest Designer and she looks forward to joining the team permanently in January 2012!
Kraft Outlet DT Reveal for "Christmas Gifts" Challenge
For our challenge this week, Kim used Light Kraft Cardstock for the base of her Christmas card. And because kraft goes so well with the color red, Kim used red patterned papers and embellishments. She used Green Baker's Twine to decorate the button on her card and added Garnet Stick Pins to add sparkle.