Kraft Outlet DT Reveal for "Lucky Green" Challenge
|Jan Del Bone|
Jan made this card as a Random Act of Kindness for St. Paddy's Day. Inside is a lottery ticket for a stranger, delivered to them by a waitress, sworn to secrecy.
Jan began with a Kraft Blank Note Card. She adhered some punched design paper, and a Bingo card, which is actually a Lost and Found Salvage Sticker. Atop that is a Schedule Card from the Identity Card Set, with Lucky U spelled out from the Hodgepodge Magpie Stickers and popped up. Natural Hemp cord is threaded through the shamrock buttons, and used as a bow on the bingo charm. This is truly a 10 minute card ! Stop by and say Hello, at Jan's blog, chai tea 'n me !!
For this week's challenge, Design Team Member, Karen Letchworth, started by going on the internet and finding a free vintage digital St. Patrick's Day image that she printed onto a piece of printer-ready canvas. Then, she took a Lunch Bag Kraft Notecard which is one of Karen's favorite "go-to" items from The Kraft Outlet and she attached a matching green cardstock base. Karen loves folding her cards using the awesome Bone Folder Tool. For the next step, Karen adhered the canvas image onto the green cardstock, which had been cut using pinking sheers. She attached several green and cream vintage buttons that are adorned with green and brown Baker's Twine, and then she made a bow using Natural Twill Tape, jute, and more Green Baker's Twine. Karen also wanted to implement Jan's Awesome Glitter Stick Pin Tutorial from last week - wasn't that cool? This was made using a Tim Holtz Memo Pin.
Having you share your sweet creations in our weekly challenges is always a blessing to Karen, and she really hopes that you will pick up some new goodies at The Kraft Outlet and then stop by to play along with us. It's always exciting to see your creations. Please stop by Karen's blog, My Cup Runneth Over to get a closer look at her project.
For today's 'Lucky Green' challenge, Debbie started with a base of white card stock onto which she layered a piece of green card stock and then a layer of Lunch Bag Kraft Card Stock -- rounding the corners with a punch first. A pretty white paper doilie was layered on top of the Kraft Card Stock and then a piece of Black Polka Dot Twill Ribbon was added. A bow was made from another piece of the Black Polka Dot Twill Ribbon using a snipett of Black Twill Tape to secure the bow in the middle. Debbie stamped a heart image from the Paper Sweeties Snow Friends stamp set four times, cut them out and adhered them to a Memo Pin to create a four-leaf clover. Deb created two leaves from Burlap and then made a bow with some Green Baker's Twine. A piece of Music Note Washi Tape was added to the bottom left corner of the card and last Debbie stamped a sentiment from the Paper Sweeties So Sweet of You stamp set to complete her card! Please visit Debbie's blog, Simple Treasures, to view additional pictures of today's project.