Monday, September 17, 2012

Make It Monday with Kraft Outlet: Lavishly Layer Challenge

Welcome to Make It Monday with Kraft Outlet.  Use this week's "Lavishly Layer", theme to inspire you to create your project and then link it up at the bottom of this post before 6:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) on Sunday September 23, 2012.  All of our followers who participant in our challenges this month 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!

Kraft Outlet DT Reveal for "Lavishly Layer" Challenge



Jan Del Bone
Jan thinks that "lavishly layer" means add to the pile of junk on her desk !  This time, tho, she created this card and tags.  The card began with the Lunch Bag Kraft Cardstock, and design paper from the Kraft & Black Card stock pad.  More design paper was layered on top, some Gypsy Market seam binding and a pocket made from the envelopes included in the Lunch Bag Kraft Cardstock packet.  The tags, Small Kraft Shipping Tags,  are backed with more Kraft & Black Card stock pad paper, and finished with the same seam binding and  Earthy Hemp Cord.  Jan has more details on her blog, chai tea 'n me.

Tracy MacDonald
Tracy built up lots of layered panels on her card for this weeks "Lavishly Layer" challenge.  She started with a base card of Light Kraft Cover Weight cardstock and matted several of the panels with Buff Ivory Cover Weight cardstock.  The sentiment was stamped on the same.  The image is from There She Goes Clear Stamps and colored with Copics.  Her sentiment was stamped on Buff Ivory and a button with a Hang Tag String bow was added as embellishment.
Tammy Hobbs
For this week's Lavishly Layer challenge, Tammy created a Halloween layered card using some fabulous black and kraft patterned papers that can be found here in The Kraft Outlet store.  A card base of Lunch Bag Kraft was used adding those wonderful layers of Black and Kraft patterned papers. Her glittered witch and sentiment was added to Buff Ivory Cover Weight Cardstock that has been die-cut in a circle to nest perfectly in her scallop circle made from Lunch Bag Kraft . For more details and photos, please visit Tammy's blog: Creating Somewhere Under The Sun.


Debbie Marcinkiewicz
For today's 'Lavish Layers' challenge, Debbie began with a base of Buff Ivory Card Stock inked around the edges.  For her second layer, Debbie inked the edges of a piece of Lunch Bag Kraft Card Stock and then layered a piece of Decorative Tape and a couple pieces of patterned papers, machine sewing around all the edges.  Deb added a pretty paper doilie and then tied some Red Baker's Twine around the middle of the card.  Debbie stamped a heart image and sentiment from the Paper Sweeties Little Wishes set, tied it onto the Red Baker's Twine and added a Tiny Colored Wooden  Clothespin.  Debbie created an envelope made from polka dotted pattern paper and inside she inserted a heart die cut from Cork onto which she machine sewed a snipett of lace trim.  Debbie cut out two leaves from Vintage Dictionary Pages and then adhered them along with a white felt flower.  Last, Debbie added two Garnet Stick Pins to the top of her nosegay to complete her layered design.  Please visit Simple Treasures for additional pictures of Debbie's card.

A note before you enter this challenge...

Babette (owner of Kraft Outlet) and myself are VERY proud of our gifted designers! Their talent goes WAY BEYOND the inspirational projects they create using products from Kraft Outlet. That's why we hope you take the time to visit each of their blogs to see all the projects they create for not only us, but for their personal enjoyment, other Design Teams, and companies as well! Each of their blogs are linked along with their weekly projects and you can also find links to their blogs on our Design Team page.



4 comments:

  1. Some great work by the design team!

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  2. Wonderful DT layered creations. Enjoyed making each & every one of my creations. In the latest I entered I made a Bucket shaped card and used Kraft cardstock as a sand layer.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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