Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Kraft Outlet Challenge #38

Have been a bit under the
weather, but felt better this afternoon. So I spent some time in my craft room making this card for the challenge over at Kraft Outlet.

My gate fold card is made with the 
My Mind's Eye Mischievous Collection along with Lunch Bag Kraft Cardstock as the base and orange cardstock for the base mats.

Also used: Spellbinder's Floral 
Doily Motifs and Labels Seventeen, Die-namics Leafy Flourish Die, Walnut Stain Distress Ink, Tim Holtz Paper Distresser, Teresa Collins Haunted Hallow Rhinestones. I Am Roses brown rose.

The black adhesive-backed 
letters are from my stash.

Have a pleasant evening
and thanks for stopping today!


Davi said...

Linda Sorry to hear you've been under the weather! BEAUtiful card!! I love the dots of course and the wonderful vintage image with the pretty doily and embellies blessing :)

Linda R. said...

So sorry to hear you have not been feeling well.. But I do have to say your card hear is Wonderful. I just love everything about it.. That vintage image is wonderful.. It definitely made me smile today!! Thanks..

Hugs, Linda

Audrey Pettit said...

So sorry you've been under the weather, Linda! Boy, the sickies sure are going around lately. Hope you feel better soon. Love your fun Halloween card. The gatefold design is wonderful and I love that vintage image. Fabulous fancy die cuts, too, and how sweet is that banner on the inside?! Love it! So glad you joined us again this week at The Kraft Journal. :)

Beth Moore said...

Love the gatefold design and the vintage image is perfect! So glad you are feeling better and that you took the time to play along with us at The Kraft Journal too!

Tracy said...

I've been having some trouble trying to post a comment here so let's try this again. :-) I LOVE your fun vintage image and the gate fold shape. Lots of pretty die cuts too for a wonderful Halloween project Linda.
You take care of yourself and I hope your illness is past and long gone. Thanks so much for playing again with us at The Kraft Journal. We love seeing your projects each week. :-)

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