Monday, May 13, 2013

Red, White or Blue at The Kraft Journal

It's time for another great challenge at The Kraft Journal, and this week you get to decide if you'd like to use Red, White, Blue, or all three.  You can find all the supplies you will need at The Kraft Outlet, much like I did for my card.
Karen Letchworth - For The Kraft Journal
Well, as you can see....I kinda went with Red for my card.  I do have some gorgeous Kraft and white snuck in there as well, and I accented just a bit with brown.  I started with some awesome Kraft Outlet products as follows:
 
I used a base of a 5x7 Large Kraft Lunch Paper Bag Note Card.  The red patterned paper is by October Afternoon, as well as the little journaling card.  However, The Kraft Outlet also has these little journaling cards.  They're called Jenni Bowlin Town Square Journaling Cards.  I machine stitched down those, and then added a Mini Kraft Merchandise Bag (perfect for holding a gift card).  Next, I added a Jenni Bowlin Red Apothecary Sticker, some Red & White Polka Dot Washi Tape, a length of Brown Polka Dot Maya Road ribbon and bow, a Jilli Bean Soup wooden Thank You flag, I machine stitched here and there, and then lightly touched the edges of everything with white acrylic paint.
 
I hope that you will grab some goodies at The Kraft Outlet and come play along in our Red, White or Blue Challenge this week at The Kraft Journal Challenge Blog.  To play along, you just need to either use any product from The Kraft Outlet or any Kraft products (kraft paper, paper bags, kraft tags, etc.).  We would LOVE to have you join us!
 
Thanks SO MUCH for stopping by to take a peek today.  I greatly appreciate your comments, and always enjoy visiting your blogs in return.  Have a wonderful week of crafting, and please be sure to also stop by Word Art Wednesday and share with us there as well (always Anything Goes).
 
Blessings to you all,
Karen

4 comments:

  1. I love the color combination. Happy Mother's Day. Blessings!

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  2. Cute card and layout. Fun addition with the kraft.

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  3. Karen this is fabulous - love the red with the touches of brown and kraft.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  4. très sympa, pas dans ton style habituel mais c'est sympa, biz

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