Thursday, May 7, 2009


I have just recently started using kraft cardstock more myself. So, when Julia said to use kraft, I knew I had to play. Thanks, Julia for a fabulous challenge.


I am using ODBD Cross of Christ set. I stamped a background image in vintage cream craft ink and let dry....no embossing. I also layered the Spellbinders Label 4 images. The label 4 kraft layer I ran through my crimper and then through the big kick to flatten the crimp look some. I sponged the edges in vintage craft ink. I finished my card with some organdy ribbon and pearl domes in the corners.


I thought my use of kraft cardstock with the cream lends itself to a more elegant look with this card. I would never have thought to use kraft for an elegant look, but it works for me.


Stamps ODBD Cross of Christ, CHF Leaves 3 backgrounder
Cardstock PTI Vintage Cream, Kraft
Ink Palette Vintage Cream, dark chocolate
Accessories Nestabilities, circle punches, pearl domes, organdy ribbon, foam tape, foam dots, sponges


6 comments:

  1. This is sooo beautiful, wow I love your nesties and design...gorgeous colors!

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  2. Oh, my, Betty girl...you sure do know how to make Kraft look FABULOUS!!!! I just love everything about this beauty....sigh!!!!

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  3. Betty, this is just so PRETTY! I love those Labels 4 dies...really adds to the beauty of the card!

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  4. Oh Betty, this is WONDERFUL! That poem is inspirational, and your card is simply GORGEOUS!

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  5. Whoa....this is so powerful....I just read the quote about ten times in a row!!! Wow, beautiful work....very inspirational!!!

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