Wednesday, 1 August 2018

A Krafty Christmas at Sparkles Christmas

It's the start of a new month (White Rabbits!) and that means the start of a new challenge at Sparkles Christmas.

This time our theme is A Krafty Christmas so we would like you to use some Kraft card on your project.


I've gone for lots of texture with a Kraft and cream colour scheme and no stamping. The background is embossed with a magazine freebie folder - I don't think I've used this one with Kraft before and it seems to work really well with it, giving a very sharply defined result. The two die cut trees are embossed with different folders - an old Cuttlebug one for the larger tree and a Tim Holtz one for the smaller. Some vintage style lace and a die cut snowflake finish it off.

I am sharing this with
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge - anything goes or for a man or boy - I always think Kraft has a masculine look, even when teamed with lace.
Also with the very belated Rudolph Days challenge at Scrappymo's - the card I originally intended for it has already been posted now and entered into several other challenges so you've probably already seen it.

7 comments:

  1. Your kraft Christmas card looks fabulous. I love all the texture and the beautiful crochet ribbon you chose.

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  2. A beautiful craft ... y Christmas card Jane. I love it.

    Sue xx

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  3. Hi Jane, I think all the texture suits the Kraft card beautifully. Such a fab card. Hugs xx

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  4. Lovely card, clever use of embossing. Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas Challenge. Hope to see you again soon.

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  5. Jane, This is so pretty, and I just love those embossed trees!

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  6. I love your Kraft card Jane, the embossing looks stunning

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  7. Love this card with the kraft card and the lace is the perfect complement.

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