Monday, November 18, 2013

Happy Holiday's.....{TKJ Color Challenge}

Good Morning and Happy Monday everyone!!!
It is time for a new challenge over at
 The Kraft Journal!
This week the challenge is:
A Color one using the photo seen here
I know Thanksgiving is next week and this picture is all Thanksgiving but I wanted to take a few of these colors and make a Christmas card instead.
So using the Browns, Green, Red and Cream from the picture
and the sketch from CAS(E) this Sketch
 I came up with this card. I hope you like my inspiration!
I started my card out with a Brown Kraft Cover weight Card Stock and then added a layer of green cardstock and designer paper from Lilybee Design~Jingle Mistletoe. Next using my sewing machine I added a stitched border around the mats. To add some texture and following the sketch, I added a piece of Natural Burlap Ribbon around the center of the card.

Moving onto the focal point of the card. Using some E-Flute Corrugated Kraft Paper, I die cut the piece using My Creative Time~Vintage Stitched Label Die and added more cardstock and designer paper using die cuts from MCT~Scallop & Stitched Circle Dies. For the sentiment, I took a Canvas Tag, separated the layers and die cut the banner shape. Then using the sentiment from MCT~From Our Family to Yours I stamped onto the canvas using Versafine Onxy Black ink.

So there you have it....
my inspiration for this week's challenge.
I hope you have enjoyed my card and will play along with us!
As always I have linked all the supplies I used from The Kraft Outlet throughout my description.  If you have not checked out the store yet....make sure you do! There is so much available, the prices are so reasonable and shipping is super fast!!!

Thanks for stopping by and have a GREAT Monday!!
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Entering this into the following challenges:
Ribbon Carousel Blog~Holiday's and Celebrations
Just B Creative Crazy~ November Linky
Word Art Wednesday~ Anything Goes
Everyday is an Occasion~Sunday Funday #15

31 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card my friend, love the texture you added to the die. Iy's perfect.

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  2. Love!!! You always make me smile with your creations, Jessica. I think my favorite part of this card is the corrugated die! Awesome!!

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  3. Cute!! Yay! So so happy you linked up to Every Day is an Occasion!! Thanks! Smiles, Jill

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  4. Very pretty, love the use of all MCT dies on your card.... That corrugated paper pops it out to....

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  5. Hi Jessica,
    Great card. Love that corrugated part, looks fantastic
    hugs, Stacy

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  6. Gorgeous! I really love the stitching!

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  7. Very lovely card! What wonderful textures!

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  8. So so beautiful! The corrugated Kraft is fabulous behind your sentiment!

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  9. This is gorgeous!! The textures are so awesome!! The burlap with the corrugated Kraft paper and the canvas is just fabulous!! Love this my friend!! Happy Monday :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  10. What a lovely card Jessica! Thank you for joining us at CTS!

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  11. Love all the texture you've got going on here Jessica! This is such a pretty card - love it!

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  12. Beautiful color combinations! I love the pattern paper and the fabulous corrugated kraft paper and burlap give it the perfect texture!
    So pretty Jessica!
    Have a wonderful evening!
    Sherrie K

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  13. Well no actually I don't like this--because I LOVE IT!!! Oh Jessica, it's so very beautiful! The texture, oh, the TEXTURE!!! This snowflake and coordinating dp is so lovely and your stitching around the card and also on the corragated kraft centerpiece is awe inspiring! The burlap ribbon where your sentiment sits is perfection! Oh my goodnes, I'm SO happy to be back in the land of the crafty and you have always been one of my most inspiring friends! I see nothing has changed in my time away! I have much to be thankful for this year and having a friend like you is one of them--and I am!!! Thanks for supporting me on my blog with your sweet comment. You are amazing girl! :)

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  14. Beautiful card my friend and i love how you used the burlap to stamp the sentiment, Loved the card!! Have a fabulous week
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  15. AWESOME looking card Jessica, I just LOVE the texture you added to your card!!! just GORGEOUS my friend:)

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  16. Such a homey Christmas card. Love the corrugated Kraft. It is such a super layout. Carole Word Art Wednesday

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  17. This gets a big fat WOW! Fabulous card and love all the depth and texture! TFS

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  18. Beautiful color combo and such a wonderful creation!! Love it!!
    Have a wonderful day my creative friend,
    Migdalia
    ♥ Crafting With Creative M ♥
    ♥ 2 Creative Chicks Challenge Blog ♥

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  19. Rocked this sketch, my friend. Fan-flippin-tastic card. I ALWAYS love your papers, cuts and layout. How do you keep 'em coming? Great job.

    Thanks for linking up in November's Just Because Linky Party.

    Be blessed, Beckie
    Just B Creative Crazy Blog
    Sparkly Sweet Craft Notions Blog

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  20. Oh, this is beautiful! Fabulous take on the sketch!

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  21. beautiful :) love the sentiment banner!!!

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  22. Your card is soooo awesome. Love the colors you use and all the little details on your card. Thanks for playing along with us in the CAS(E) this sketch! challenge and hope to see you again.

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  23. Jessica ~ Oh this is simply STUNNING! I LOVE the design and of course all the products and the "real" stitching! But that paper ~ OMG ~ I LOVE it and have it! It's the prettiest pack of paper! Have a great night ~ oops sorry I will be here awhile ~ stalking needs to happen! LOL

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  24. Oh this is pretty too. Love the kraft with the green!

    Lesley @ trendy twine

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  25. Love the texture and i love the kraft and red together. I love that corrugated cardstock!
    Deb C

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