Monday, October 28, 2013

Challenge 144

Welcome to Make It Monday with Kraft Outlet.  Use this week's "Witches and Goblins" theme to inspire you to create your project and then link it up at the bottom of this post before 6:00 p.m. (Central Time) on Sunday November 2, 2013.  Remember your projects MUST include the use of Kraft cardstock and/or items that can be purchased at Kraft Outlet!  Also, 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!  Please limit your weekly challenge entries to your TWO best creations and thank you for your participation!



Kraft Outlet DT Reveal for "Witches and Goblins" Challenge

Tammy Hobbs
For today's Witches and Goblins ChallengeTammy started by printing out a vintage image she had onto a piece of Brown Kraft Cover Weight cardstock which was die-cut using a postage die and layered on a piece of Buff Ivory cardstock. She pieced a sheet from the Kraft and Black Cardstock Pad to some Halloween paper from her stash and added to her base of Brown Kraft Cover Weight cardstock. In the middle, she took a length of Natural Burlap Ribbon and added it to the center to join the pieces. At the top of her card, she added a row of die-cut stars using the Half-Sized Black Board Stock Paper. Tammy created a fancy bow adding some Black and White Baker's Twine, Round Metal Edge Tag with a stamped sentiment, and a button. Please view Tammy's blog, Creating Somewhere Under The Sun to view additional pictures and information regarding today's card.

Kristi Schurr
This week's Witches And Goblins challenge is right up Kristi's alley as Fall and Halloween themed cards are her favorite to make. She began her card with a folded card base made with Brown Kraft Cover Weight card stock.She then layered on several Halloween themed patterned papers, including a kraft and black harlequin paper from the Kraft And Black Card Stock Pad. She used a pre-made witch silhouette sticker and layered it on an orange card stock die cut doily before attaching it to the center of the right side as shown.Kristi then used some chipboard banners and black twine to create a garland across the top of the card. She printed the sentiment from her computer onto a piece of Buff Ivory Cover Weight card stock, trimmed it into a flag,and attached it to the center of her card.  Kristi used a combination of enamel dots and sequins to add the finishing touches to her card. For a complete supply list and more information, please visit Kristi's blog at Kristi's Paper Creations.

Jessica Esch
For this week's Witches and Goblins Challenge, Jessica's inspiration came from a stamp that she had yet to use, that has been sitting on her desk ready to be inked up, this sweet Recollections Witch. Instead of making a card with her, Jessica made a tag that will be attached to a treat and handed out to a friend. To make this tag, Jessica started out using a Large Manila Shipping Tag and with her ink blending tool and some Black Soot Distress ink, covered the tag. She then cut a piece of designer paper for the front of the tag and added a cute die cut spider web. Jessica added her sentiment using a new favorite product from The Kraft Outlet~ the Chit Chat Seasonal Word Stickers. That sticker pack is FULL of great holiday sentiments! Putting the tag aside for a bit, she went about stamping and coloring up her Witch using her copic markers. To attach the Witch onto her tag, Jessica popped her up with some dimensionals and moved on to finish her tag. After adding a matching brad to the spider web, she further embellished her card with some Black Twill Tape and White Hemp Cord.
For more details on her inspiration card, you can visit Jessica's blog~ Chick-n-Scrap.


Karen Letchworth
Design Team Member, Karen Letchworth isn't really much of a "Halloween" person, and wasn't quite sure how to approach this week's "Witches & Goblins" Challenge.  But, that's why it's called a "challenge", right?  So, she chose to make this little "Goblin" of sorts to share with you all.  Isn't he scary?  LOL
Karen started with a wonderful Kraft Blank Notecard and added some October Afternoon patterned papers, punch-out "goblin", and coordinating stickers.  She decorated her little "goblin" card with a length and bow made from Black Burlap Ribbon, and added some Orange Baker's Twine in the center of her button.  Karen would love to have you visit her blog, My Cup Runneth Over, and to visit The Kraft Outlet to pick up some new goodies and then play along with us in this week's challenge!



4 comments:

  1. Fabulous creations DT!
    Tammy x

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  2. Thank you for another challenge - thanks to the DT all of you ROCK on your creations! Have a Happy Week!

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