K is for Kid Friendly “Kraft”

Welcome to the ABC’s with DSP!  This month I am featuring projects showcasing Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Paper. Today I want to share the Kraft cardstock and bags that you can use with kids to get them involved in the gift giving process and holiday projects.  Stampin’ Up! Kraft paper and bags are perfect for coloring, cutting, or stamping. Give younger kids a pack of crayons or markers and a bag or 12 x 12 sheet of Kraft cardstock and let them draw, color, stamp, and design their own DSP!  I love to do this with my Pre-K students. Then use the Kraft to wrap a gift, punch a tag, or make a box. Click HERE to see how to make a custom size box.

Check out these kid friendly projects you can do with your family (or make on your own and give to your family, friends, kids, coworkers, etc.)!

Did you see those adorable houses in the video?  They are made from the Home Sweet Home Thinlits Dies and matching Sweet Home stamp set.  What a fun project for you and your kids or your kids and their friends! You could decorate with DSP from Halloween Night or Candy Cane Lane. I think these project ideas in the Stampin’ Up! catalog are adorable!


Check out this short video from Stampin’ Up! to see how to make them.

Now you can make gingerbread houses that will last from season to season. Click HERE to shop my online store, check out the Home Sweet Home stamp set and framelits, and take advantage of the Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Paper Sale Oct. 1-31.  Please use the Hostess Code 7DB3CBKS when you check out. I’ve added a visual below to show where to enter the code. I always send a thank you gift each month when you order from me.  I appreciate each and every order!

Thanks for stopping by! Share some handmade Kindness!

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7 thoughts on “K is for Kid Friendly “Kraft”

  1. Hi Jeanie, I just caught up on three days of blogs from you. I know because I still had “I” in my mailbox. Well, that irresistible paper is great. I dug mine out and dusted it off. I have a thought for today. Your “peachy” cards are perfect! I’m so happy your daughter suggested you start a blog. I truly have enjoyed every one of your ideas. You certainly work very hard. The Kraft paper . . . I have never tried this. Does it absorb the ink like regular cardstock, or do you have to wait for it to dry? I am trying very hard to keep up with Lisa Pretto’s Inkbig challenge on FB. So far so good.
    Have a super Sunday. 🙂

    1. I have found the Kraft paper to work just like cardstock. No problems with drying. I didn’t have mine with me this weekend to show a sample so I had to wing it for the post. I use the bags a lot for little gifts and even hand delivered cards sometimes.

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