Friday, November 06, 2009

Getting Krafty

My turn to dare this week and I thought that I would choose a product that is, as Timmy Trendy would say 'Bang on Trend' My dare this week is....

Using Kraft cardstock :) Either as a card base or somewhere on the card - if you don't have any you could use some card board such as corrugated or even a brown kraft envelope...

Kraft cardstock is currently one of my favourite products, a love that I know is shared with some of the other Daring Cardmakers.

I made this;

I used;
Kraft cardstock
Bazzill cardstock (embossed with a cuttlebug embossing folder)
Cosmo Cricket Jolly by Golly papers
Basic Grey Junebug paper
Sizzix circle die cutter
Stitched fabric ruffle
Prima flowers
Melissa Frances and a Doodlebug flower rub on
Bazzill brad
Ikea String
Papermania Eyelet and adhesive stones
Colorbox and Tsukineko ink pads

TFL :) and don't forget to check out the other marvellous creations made by the Design Team here.


Lynda said...

Love this Jo it's very bright and Summery - unlike the awful weather! Great dare too!

Love Lynda xxx

nasuha ahmad helmi said...

love the colours in this card. so bright and cute too =)

Anonymous said...

adore the pleated fabric...its such a bright cheerful card!

Rika said...

Love your card Jo!

Ruthie said...

Great dare Jo. I love using kraft card and paper on my cards. May have to join in with this one!

Kathy said...

gorgeous card - love the bright, cheerful colours and the pleated ribbon looks so cool.
Great Dare, Jo - a real challenge for me as I've struggled to get to grips with the Kraft stuff

Kate said...

so come on where did you get the kraft cardstock from?? Me want some. ** kate **

Victoria said...

this is so funky Jo - love the vibrant summery colours, just gorgeous on a cold wet day like today to warm me up


Janice said...

Great card, I like the flower/bee thingy.

Lythan said...

I love those wonderful quirky details on your cards Jo. And that ruffle is fabuloso :)

Sharon (glitterangel) said...

Gorgeous card, I love the stripes, lovely colours!