Also, before we reveal our Design Team creations for this week's challenge we are excited to announce the addition of our newest Design Team member (previously one of our valued Guest Designers), Lynn Darda. Lynn joins us for the remainder of the summer and we just know you'll be as delighted with her inspirational "Kraftiness" as we are! To learn more about Lynn, visit our our Design Team page and read her bio or visit her at her blog.
Kraft Outlet DT Reveal for "Anything Goes" Challenge
Then she added a strip of patterned paper and a Library Card Pocket which was stamped with a music note background stamp. Then she added a bird which was stamped on patterned paper and cut out along with some twine and flower embellishments. You can visit Lynn's blog, From My Bungalow, to see the sentiment stamped on the Library Card.
For today's 'Anything Goes' challenge, Debbie shares that she recently hosted a Hawaiian Luau themed dinner party, so she jumped at the chance to create some fun decorations and party favors for her guests using goodies available at The Kraft Outlet! For the food place markers, Debbie simply covered metal binder clips with patterned papers, tied pretty ribbons around the neck of the clips and then printed out the names of the dishes she served on Buff Ivory Card Stock, cutting the names of the dishes into banner shapes and adhering onto colorful card stock!
For Debbie's second project, she created party favors to send home with each couple at the end of the dinner party! Debbie filled Kraft Truffle Boxes with chocolate candies. She then wrapped each box with some hot pink seam binding and added a pretty little nosegay created with a Tiny Wooden Clothespin, a glittered leaf, a sweet pink paper flower, some Pink Baker's Twine and a tag created from Flag Banner Chipboard and Flag Banner Stickers that Deb stamped 'Mahalo!' onto = Thank You! For more pictures of these projects, please visit Simple Treasures.
Dorcas created this summery card using a base of brown kraft coverweight cardstock and layering with fun decorative papers that were then sewed down. The image was colored on lunch bag kraft and colored with colored pencils. The card was then finished with a couple of mini buttons and knotted blue bakers twine.