Krafty

Thursday, August 11, 2011

There are few things I love more than kraft paper (I wrapped all our Christmas gifts in it last year), but throw in a smattering of simple divine typefaces and I'm smitten! Cheer Up Cherup probably didn't know how perfectly the ceramic coral paired with yesterday's Bald Head Island wedding, but we can revel in it!

32 comments:

  1. i don't know what it is, but the elegant simplicity of that invitation is beautiful!
    Is that dish painted coral? it was reminding me of the sea urchins I collected on the beach when I was little!
    xox

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  2. Oh I know! I love kraft paper - probably more than I should :)

    xoxo, chrissy
    The Perfect Palette

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  3. i initially wanted to do our invites on craft paper.. but now that our colors have changed im thinking something brighter and more modern is the way to go. xoxo jillian:: cornflake dreams

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  4. i love the look you get by using kraft paper!

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  5. those are lovely...

    i wrapped all of our gifts in super-thick-almost-cardboard-PACKING-paper...it's also brown and can easily be confused when you send your fiance out for "kraft paper."

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  6. those are lovely...

    i wrapped all of our gifts in super-thick-almost-cardboard-PACKING-paper...it's also brown and can easily be confused when you send your fiance out for "kraft paper."

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  7. SO with you. My Christmas was also all krafty. Add typeface... yummy!

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  8. i love it! I have always been funny about textures of everything! Socks, paper, even spoon handles. So I am relaly diggin this paper! I love the fronts too. I get a little over whelmed sometimes with all of the combinations, and choices there are out there. But I like to see the finished product even more!

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  9. love love love kraft paper! i'm so drawn to it every time i see it!

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  10. Oh Kraft paper...what would we do without you. Love love love it! xoxo

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  11. Oh yes, craft paper is awesome. It's amazing all of the different ways that you can dress it up. I also use it at Christmas! :)

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  12. Yes, I am very into these! I want to print some announcements or Christmas cards on kraft paper now!

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  13. Oh how adorable ♥
    And that wedding in the post below as well *swoon*

    Hugs and a happy Thursday to you!
    Soon weekend again, ey? :)

    -Signe

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  14. oh no kidding! For some reason I'm obsessed with kraft paper this week - just ordered a bunch for crafting! I love the rustic simplicity it adds to any kind of invite! Gorgeous, Lena!

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  15. yikes! painting in that color by choice, he must be something else :)

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  16. I love this! What a great idea.

    xo,
    C

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  17. I love anything paper :) my weakness is letterpress .. :)

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  18. Loooooove this. Kraft + pretty text = heaven!

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  19. I love kraft paper too. I used it for the first time for my sister in laws baby shower and it was a big hit. Plus its way cheaper than fancy wrapping paper. Win Win.

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  20. So lovely! What a great idea. xo style, she wrote

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  21. I'm a bit obsessed myself - there's always a huge roll of kraft paper in our closet!

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  22. Lillian from Unstitched blogged about kraft paper today and I'll be honest- I had no clue that's what it's called! But I do love it very very much.

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  23. Yessss, I love wrapping presents in brown paper. I think it looks so classy.

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  24. This invite is simply perfect!

    ~ Clare x

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  25. This style's adorable!!!! You know Lena..I'd love to come and visit you....and to bake some cupcakes with you, honey!!
    Hugs.
    Laura@RicevereconStile

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  26. I love kraft paper too and did the same thing for Christmas one year. Then the year after that it was all newspaper and red ribbon ;)

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  27. Love the look of kraft paper, and I adore that typeface! Absolutely perfect!! Oh, and I've got to try the "white lady" drink sounds divine. Happy Friday. xo veronika

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  28. This looks so nice, I would love to use it for my wedding invitations!

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