Friday, December 12, 2014

Feature Me Friday - Winners of #200 Gift Tag Challenge

Hi all, so glad you are back this Friday.  We have Winners!  On Friday we announce our Top Three Picks from last weeks Challenge #200 - Gift Tags. Wow is all I can say, take a look!

The Kraft Outlet team of Designers personally select the Top Three Awards for each week's challenge. Their selections are based on style and technique(s) used on the project, as well as compliance with the challenge rules.


Top Three winners feel free to right click on the image and save it to post on your blogs if you wish.
Thanks to all who played along we truly appreciate your creativity.
With the new year approaching it is a time to reflect on the past year and look forward to all the new things in store.  The Kraft Journal Design Team member - Debbie Marcinkiewicz, has decided to step down from our team and concentrate her talents on her business and new opportunities. This is Debbie's last post with us and we want to say Thank You and wish her well.
Debbie Marcinkiewicz
This time of year time is short and our to-do lists are long!  Debbie is popping in to share a quick and inexpensive gift idea for the holidays!

Debbie picked up several holiday theme mugs at the Dollar Store along with some pretty red metallic crinkle filler.  Deb put filler inside the mug along with a gingerbread flavor biscotti and a peppermint flavor tea bag.  Debbie stamped and die cut images of a cuppa something hot and steamy along with a cupcake using the Homemade With Love stamp and Homemade With Love Sweet Cuts die, glued them onto Strawberry and Blueberry straws and inserted them into the mug.  Some Green Apple Seam Binding was tied around a Red & White Chenille Candy Cane and added to the mug.

Debbie cut a tag using a piece of Chipboard and then adhered a strip of Red & White Polka Dot Washi Tape onto the bottom.  A red, embossed heart was adhered to the base of the tag and then a sentiment image was stamped using the Home Tweet Home, Homemade With Love and Thanks Snow Much stamp sets - die cut using the Home Tweet Home Sweet Cuts die.  Rusty Bells were glued onto the tag and a Tiny Colored Wooden Clothespin was added.  Last, the tag was tied onto the mug using some Red Baker's Twine ... viola!  Easy, quick and inexpensive -- can be mass-produced with little effort!  For more pictures and details on today's holiday project, please visit Debbie's blog!

Thanks for stopping by and see you on Monday for a new Kraft Journal Challenge.

1 comment:

  1. GORGEOUS tags....all of them so, so pretty! THanks for the shout-out too!

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