Kraft Outlet DT Reveal for "Felt, Twine or Burlap" Challenge
For today's 'Felt, Twine or Burlap' challenge, Debbie began with a base of White cardstock onto which she layered a piece of Indigo cardstock. Next, a piece of Brown Kraft Cardstock was embossed and inked. Debbie added a piece of white paper doilie and then several lengths of Blue Baker's Twine was wound around the left side. The embossed layer was adhered to the base of the card. Debbie created a cardstock sandwich from Melon Mambo and White cardstock. A frame was stamped in Lucky Limeade using the Best Wishes stamp set and then a sentiment was stamped using Indigo ink. A Round Metal Edge Grungy Tag was added to the top of the card and then a butterfly punched from patterned paper was adhered to the ring. Please visit Debbie's blog to view additional pictures of today's card!
|Jan Del Bone|
For this challenge, Lynn is sharing a project that she created for a friend who is getting married soon. Lynn was inspired by several different birdcage card holders on Etsy. For the banner Lynn used the following products from The Kraft Outlet: Black Baker's Twine, Small Manila Shipping Tags, Tiny Black Wooden Clothespins, and Mini Burlap Tags. For more details on this project you can visit Lynn's blog From My Bungalow.
For those of you who have gotten to know Design Team Member, Karen Letchworth, you probably know by now that she doesn't do real well with the word "OR". So, for this week's "Felt, Twine OR Burlap", she figured she would forget all about the word "OR" and just use them ALL! She started with one of the darling little Cotton Drawstring Bags which sell for just $0.35 cents each at The Kraft Outlet, and she added a piece of Burlap, and then added a felt flower and leaf using a die-cut, and then added a wooden button tied with some Natural Hemp/twine. She also added a Tim Holtz Adage Ticket to which she clipped on a Tiny Wooden Clothes Pin that's covered with a bit of Red & White Polka Dot Washi Tape. Karen tucked several Starbucks coffee packets into the Cotton Drawstring Bag for gift-giving. Many of the sweet little products at The Kraft Outlet are well under a dollar, and work GREAT for making gift packaging, such as this project. Check out all the darling items in our store, and then come by and join us this week for our "Felt, Twin, OR Burlap" Challenge; or.....use all three like Karen has done. You can read more about her project, or just stop by to say hello at her blog, My Cup Runneth Over.