Although when it is cold outside, I do spend more time in my craft room. Hmmm . . . In any case, this week's challenge at The Kraft Journal is inspired by our weather predicting little friend. You are to use a groundhog or other furry little critter and kraft on your project. Here's my take on the challenge.
For this week's Furry Little Critters challenge, I chose to create a fun kids' card. I used Lunch Bag Kraft Cardstock and Buff Ivory Text Weight Paper for cutting out the monkey with my Cricut Expression and the Create a Critter cartridge. The cross hatched texture of the buff paper adds such a nice detail to the monkey's face. I cut a scalloped label and sentiment, also from the Create a Critter cartridge, from Reminisce's The Wild papers and then faux stitched around the edge of the label. And for the finishing touch, I added Brown Baker's Twine and a button to the top.
Over at The Kraft Journal blog, you can see more of the design team's takes on the challenge as well as details about how to submit your project to be eligible for this month's prize.
Have a warm and scrappy day, my friends!