Monday, February 9, 2015

Make It Monday Challenge #210 - Take Your Pick!

Welcome to The Kraft Journal's Make It Monday Challenge #210 - Take Your Pick! 

All you have to do is select Three(3) items from the chart and show us your creation! What could be simpler? 
Remember you have to use at least one item that could be purchased from Kraft Outlet 
and link back to us on your blog or photo gallery  to play along.

When Karen saw the choices for this week's Take Your Pick (Choose Any Three) Challenge, she thought to herself, "why only three"?  Karen incorporated almost all of the elements on the list into her project because they're ALL favorites of hers.  She used a Doily, Red, Hearts, a Tag, Twine, and even some Ribbon.  They're just all so cute together, why stop at just three?  And the Kraft Outlet can help you find some fabulous supplies to get you started.

Karen's project was made from a Kraft "French Fries Container" that she covered in patterned paper and Ticket Stub Twill Ribbon, and then stuffed with candies and treats for a special friend.  She added a flag/banner to a paper straw made from Lunch Bag Kraft Cover Weight Cardstock, a Small Kraft Shipping Tag with "to/from" rub-ons, applied with her Bone Folder Tool, lots of sweet Red Baker's Twine, and a heart.  The tag is attached with an ink-stained Tiny Wooden Clothespin.  There's A LOT going on here, of this tag (along with several other photos and further details) are posted on Karen's Blog, My Cup Runneth Over.  And.....Karen hopes that you'll "Pick (at least) Three", and come play along with us in this week's challenge!

Tammy Hobbs
Tammy loves the Take Your Pick challenges that she couldn't just pick three! She started her card by piecing together her heart patterned paper to a piece of red cardstock and adhering it to a base of Brown Kraft Cardstock. She used more Brown Kraft Cardstock to cut an xoxo border where the pieces meet. She added a doily to the center.  Next she created a tag from a die-cut she made adding White Twill tape, Red Baker's Twine made into a bow which was also laced in a Red Heart Button.  At the bottom, Tammy added a row of buttons threaded with Natural Hemp Twine. For additional product information and pictures please visit Tammy's blog: Creating Somewhere Under The Sun.

Marsha Drain
Marsha wanted a musical theme for this Valentine.  She used Buff Ivory Cardstock for the main panel, backing that with Lunch Bag Kraft Text Weight paper, then used a red cardstock for the card base.  For the nesting hearts, she used the red cardstock, the Lunch Bag paper, and a center heart cut from Vintage Sheet Music.  To emphasize the musical theme, she used the Musical Notes Washi Tape on the bottom of the card.  So her 3 picks from the list are 1)top fold, 2)red, 3)hearts.   For more details, head over to her blog: Grammas Room.

Use this week's theme to inspire you to create your project and then link it up at the bottom 
of this post before 6:00pm (Central Time) on Sunday.
Please limit your entries two per challenge, others will be deleted.
Participants in our weekly challenges have a chance to be selected as a Featured Artist and showcased on one of our "Feature Me Fridays" posts. Also, all who participate in our challenges this month have a randomly selected chance to win a $15.00 Store Voucher from Kraft Outlet!
***Remember to follow the Challenge rules or you will not be eligible to win! ***

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