Kraft Outlet DT Reveal for "Cute Critters" Challenge
For today's 'Cute Critters' challenge, Debbie began with a base of white card stock onto which she layered a piece of Brown Kraft Card Stock. Next she wrapped some Green Baker's Twine around a piece of sky blue shimmer card stock to create 'grass' and then adhered this to the card base. Debbie created a cute scene with some die cut clouds and fence, a couple of felt critters and some stamped elements. Lastly, Debbie stamped a sentiment banner on white card stock, adhered it to a Flag Banner Sticker and then to a Chipboard Flag Banner Piece. Please visit Debbie's blog to view additional, close up shots of today's project!
For the cutie critter, She used a digital stamp, the adorable Girl Bear from Bugaboo Stamps, traced her in her silhouette studio so she could perfectly die cut a frame around her. She was printed off on the Light Kraft Cover Weight Cardstock, then colored using Jessica's copic markers and paper pieced using matching papers from the designer paper pack. Jessica also wanted to bling her up a bit more so she added some red stickles to her headband and the heart on her dress and also added a SU gem to the bow. She was them popped up using foam dots to the card.
For more details on her inspiration card, you can visit Jessica's blog~ Chick-n-Scrap.
Karen wanted to share some really "Cute Critters" with you all for this week's new challenge. She went "down on the farm" and used some familiar barnyard friends on her project that certainly are "Cute Critters". Karen started her project off by using a Lunch Bag Kraft Note Card and adhered a few farm-friendly patterned papers from October Afternoon by machine stitching them to that base. She also used several elements in the background including a Jenni Bowlin Family Tree Journaling Card (yellow) topped with a 7 Gypsies Mini Receipts Ephemera Journaling Card which are also machine stitched together. There are quite a few other little tidbits on this project, and you can read all about them on Karen's blog, My Cup Runneth Over, to get the complete supply list. To make her "Cute Critters", Karen used some die-cuts that she backed with Precut Chipboard to help them stand out; and stuck in a little Tim Holtz Memo Pin that holds a small sentiment sticker. Please stop by Karen's Blog, My Cup Runneth Over, to learn more about how this card was created, and to say hello. She's really looking forward to seeing your "Cute Critters" this week as well!
Kraft Outlet Challenge: Create a project, using this week's theme as your inspiration, that features either Kraft cardstock or products purchased from Kraft Outlet. Enter your project before Sunday 6:00 p.m., Central time for a chance to win prizes.