Kraft Outlet DT Reveal for "Nothing But Kraft" Challenge
|Jan Del Bone|
Creative Team member Becky Garrison has used kraft to it's best advantage in her project for this week's 'tricky' challenge by taking the simple, streamlined approach for this very krafty card. The base is Light Kraft Cover Weight Card Stock cut to 8 1/2 x 5 1/2" and folded in half to make a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2" card. Then she cut a piece of the C-Flute Corrugated Kraft Paper to 3 3/4" x 5", inked the edges and adhered it to the card. Next she used the darkest brown color of hemp cord from the Earthy Hemp Cord and ran it through one of the 'flutes' in the paper, and tied a Small Kraft Shipping Tag and adhered it to the corrugated kraft paper. A bow of Natural Burlap Ribbon tied with more dark brown hemp card, and a birthday sticker make this card complete! To find more information about this and other projects by Becky, please visit her blog, Becky Garrison Paper Crafts.
For this week's "Nothing But Kraft" Challenge, Design Team Member Karen Letchworth wanted to bring in color without using any paper other than Kraft. So, she started with a Lunch Bag Kraft Note Card and touched the edges with acrylic paint. Then, she cut a smaller piece of matching Lunch Bag Kraft Cardstock and wrapped it up with lots and lots of the gorgeous Baker's Twine from The Kraft Outlet. Once she finished attaching that, Karen simply added a sentiment using a Paper Sweeties sentiment stamp (thank you) that she stamped on a Grungy Prim Tag. Then she added a little bow made from more of the Baker's Twine and attached a Tiny Wooden Clothespin. Using Kraft paper can be fun, and you will find everything you need for this week's challenge at The Kraft Outlet. Feel free to stop by Karen's blog, My Cup Runneth Over to see more.
Debbie created a sweet little tag that pulls out of the Washi Tape covered Card Sleeve Envelope by inking the edges and stamping a sentiment using the So Sweet of You stamp set. A snipett of Burlap was added for additional texture and then Debbie glued a Chipboard Button on top of the Burlap. Last, Deb stamped a heart shape using the Snow Friends stamp set directly onto a scrap piece of Cork, cut it out and adhered it on top of the Chipboard Button. A length of Natural Twill Tape was added to the top of the tag to complete Deb's design. Please visit Debbie's blog, Simple Treasures, to view additional pictures of today's project!