Thursday, 17 November 2011

"K" Thirsty Thursday

Welcome back to another Thirsty Thursday challenge, moving on this week to the letter K. Take inspiration from any one (or more) of the prompts below to make a layout, card or another crafty project and then share a link to your project to be in with a chance to win a prize.

K is for KAISERCRAFT- I love the Rhinestone swirls from Kaisercraft, which can be found here in our store, which are perfect for adding a bit of sparkle to your projects (perfect for your festive pages). The red ones are perfect for holly berries.

K is for KIN - Create a scrapbook page about your Kin, or even using the dictionary definition somewhere on your page.
K is for KRAFT - The staple cardstock colour for many crafters . New to the shop this week we have Kraft Core card from coredinations, a coloured cardstock with a Kraft core which becomes visible when you tear, sand etc. We also have Basic Grey Basic Kraft paper collections in 12x12 and 6x6, along with matching items. Maya Road also make many kraft embellishments such as these very popular calendar month spots - ideal for a new 2012 monthly project. Your challenge this week is to feature some Kraft materials on your project.

K is for KAREN(s) - We have the lovely Karen's (Moss & Cole) on our design our team, both of whom taught at our recent retreat. How about scrapping a layout from the lovely Karen Cole this week.
And here is the scraplifted version from Karen Moss using Farmhouse papers by Crate Paper.

K is for KITS - Maybe you subscribe to a monthly kit, or enjoy pulling them together for specific project, show us what you are doing with your kits this week. Both Karen and I are taking part in Shimelle's Journal your Christmas class again this year and have been busy preparing. Here is Karen's kit she has pulled together from items in her stash.

If you'd like to be in with a chance to win a prize from the shop this month simply link your creations using our Inlinkz tool below, or leave us a lovely comment with a link to your page and which of the K challenges (one or more) that you have met with your creation. Have fun!