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Debbie TKJ 6-6-14(2)

For today's Designer Spotlight at The Kraft Outlet, I am focusing on the many gorgeous embellishments you will find in the shop!  These fabulous goodies will help you bring all of your paper craft projects to life in a snap!  I began with a base of Buff Ivory Cardstock onto which I layered a piece of black and then another layer of Lunch Bag Kraft Cardstock - which I embossed and inked the edges to create a time-worn look.  I wrapped a piece of Hand Stained Bias Tape around the middle of the card and then created a pretty bow too!  Next I die cut a cute banner from a piece of Buff Ivory Cardstock using the Sweeties Wagon Sweet Cuts die set.  I anchored the banner with two Tiny Black Wooden Clothespins and added a couple of Bubblegum Sequins for a pop of bling!

Debbie TKJ 6-6-14(3)

I backed a chipboard frame using a piece of Vintage Dictionary Paper and then added a sweet little house that I die cut from scrap pieces of cardstock covered with Damask and Pink & White Polka Dot Washi Tape.  Last, I stamped the sentiment onto a scrap piece of Buff Ivory Cardstock using the Sending Springtime stamp set from Paper Sweeties!

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Please be sure to stop by The Kraft Outlet to check out the amazing array of embellishments they carry to help make your paper crafted projects turn into handmade treasures from the heart!

Thanks for stopping by today!  Hugs - xoxox

Inspired by these challenges:   Word Art Wednesday #135 - anything goes; 7 Kids College Fund #100 – anything goes w/optional embossing; Top Tip Tuesday – monochromatic; Paper Sweeties #20 - inspired by banner

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8 comments on “What I Love Most … TKJ Designer Spotlight

  1. Yet another beautiful card, Debbie. Thanks for sharing this in our challenge, and have a blessed week.
    Karen
    Word Art Wednesday

  2. This is simply adorable! Love every detail and the color combo is fantastic. Thanks so much for joining our challenge this week at Word Art Wednesday. We love showcasing and sharing projects that inspire and encourage others. We're so glad you joined us this week to share your beautiful creation.
    Diane Noble (DT-WAW)

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