Lucky Number 7!

December 19, 2010 by  
Filed under Core Blog, Queen & Co.

Welcome to our First Ever 12 Days of Techniques. We are excited to share with you some of our favorite techniques using our unique color core cardstock. Each day a Design Team member is going to share a project featuring a technique with Core’dinationscardstock. We have TWELVE unique and amazing days lined up for you leading right into Christmas Eve Day.

In case you are just joining us today here is what we covered so far:

Day One: Sanding

Day Two: Tearing

Day Three: Embossing

Day Four: Debossing

Day Five: Distressing

Day Six: Scoring

Each day we will be giving away a great selection of Core’dinations ! Each prize will also receive a Dust Buddy and our NEW Sand It Gadget! And today we have one of our favorite sponsors and they have a prize for you in addition to the Core’dinations prize pack!

And today we have a special treat from……

AGAIN????? Yeppers! We have some Awesome Chipboard from Tim Holtz to share today. We have some Tim Holtz Idea-ology Chipboard: Iconic Plain, Elements Plain, Basics Plain, Alphas Plain.  Here is a sample:


Why chipboard you ask? Because today’s Technique is outlining. Outlining is a fun technique you can use on any project and it allows you to stretch your budget  by being able to use your chipboard for more than one project.   All you do is take chipboard, lay it underneath your cardstock, and Sand! Make sure you check out the example below AND make sure you check out the video. It has some great tips!

PLEASE make sure you head over to Tim’s Facebook Page and tell him how much you appreciate his support of the 12 Days of Techniques!  I don’t know about you but I looooove my Tonic Tools.  BUT first you need to watch the Distressing Video here leave us a comment!

Did you know that Core’dinations has a Facebook Page? Make sure you check us out here.

Todays projects come from design Team member Ellen Sosnoski. Instead of using bought chipboard, Ellen cut out an tree image from some left over chipboard, placed it underneath her cardstock base and the sanded the edges.  Cardstock is Core Essentials.

YOU READ FOR YESTERDAY’S WINNER????………….

Gayle Taylor says:

December 18, 2010 at 10:45 am

Techniques are what I love about blogs. You are giving me some tips on techniques that I thought I already knew. I’m loving learning new things each day with this “12 Days of Techniques”. I would love to be a winner! Thanks for such a great opportunity.

Don’t forget we will not be shipping any prizes until the week of December 27th.

Comments

87 Responses to “Lucky Number 7!”
  1. Denise C. says:

    Wow, another awesome technique I would never have thought to try! Love the outline of your tree!! Love all the bling too :) You know just getting some of your amazing paper would be an AWESOME giveaway all on its own. Getting it with Tim Holtz’s Chipboard is icing on the cake :)

  2. cjs says:

    I love learning new techniques! What a fantastic series you are doing! Thank you!

  3. Elizabeth P says:

    I would just love to have this prize package ! All the Core’dinations goodies, and then all of Tim’s chipboard shapes. I love the outlining idea because you can use a shape (like the KEYS) with your paper, and then use them over and over, then use them as an embellie too !

  4. HeatherC says:

    This is such a great idea! Thanks for the new technique.

  5. Arlene Bonsma says:

    What a good idea for using the chipboard shapes, would not have thought of that myself. Love the card! Thank you for the chance to win.

  6. Villa Steeves says:

    What a fabulous technique! I can’t wait to give it a try. Thanks for the chance at winning & all the great ideas!

  7. Heather DG says:

    Awesome chipboards and technique – I love dual purupose!! I’m off to try the ouline now…

  8. Erika Seever says:

    I <3 Tim Holtz!!! Love the technique and the chipboard.

  9. April W says:

    What a great card!!! I’m loving learning all these great techniques!
    - April W

  10. Carol Douglass says:

    Wow, two of my favorite things, Tim Holtz and Chipboard. I was never a fan of chipboard,(my first purchases were already printed) but then I discovered naked chipboard and never looked back.

  11. Diane S. says:

    I love your 12 Days and Tim Holtz and chipboard too!! Whoohoo!! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  12. Cynthia B. says:

    Such an awesome technique that works so well with Core’dinations cardstock! Love Tim’s products and his artistic vision. Thanks for the chance to win!

  13. sandra m. says:

    I never thought of doing this technique! Thanks!

  14. Terri Childers says:

    Your never too old or young to learn. Thanks for giving us a chance to learn new things every day! I love chipboard almost as much as I love Tim Holtz!

  15. Lisa H. says:

    Another creative and extremely resourceful tip! Thank you for the opportunity to win some great Tim Holtz chipboard and for continually inspiring me : )

  16. Love all of the techniques you have been sharing! Sometimes I forget about the fun stuff you can do! Thanks for a chance at the giveaway!

  17. Patchi says:

    What a great technique! I need to try this ASAP!

  18. Love the outlining idea, I have only used that once or twice. Yummy prizes – thanks for the giveaways!

  19. Marie Butler says:

    Another great technique and video. Can’t wait to try it out. These giveaways and the videos to go with them have certainly inspired me. Thanks for all the opportunities to win.

  20. Lori Leng says:

    Love this technique and I adore anything and everything Tim Holtz…isn’t his chipboard, just yummy. Thanks again for another great day of learning and can’t wait to see what’s on tap for tomorrow. Hugs, Lori

  21. Sandra ltb says:

    love it! Thank you.
    Sandra

  22. karen ladd says:

    Love chipboard and love Tim Holtz!! That rhinestone card is awesome!!! So creative!

  23. wendi r says:

    ohhhh that looks great!!!! what a wonderful technique and done sooo well!!!!! also LOVE tim’s stuff!!!

  24. Wendy Orme says:

    What a great idea that helps get more bang for our buck and looks terrific, too!

  25. Larissa Heskett says:

    WOW!!! When I was guessing yesterday what the next technique would be, I got half of the eqation right!!! I was SO FAR OFF on the 2nd half though!! Outlining is something that I have never done nor would I have done with your products!! I am just LIKE DU!! We used to use stencils back in the old days for everything and electronic tools and punches do alot of that for us today, but I just can’t wait to go OLD SCHOOL and OUTLINE on CORE`DINATIONS PAPER!!
    I am SO EXCITED TO TRY THIS LUCKY 7 TECHNIQUE!! Thanks so much for helping to stretch my imagination and my buck!! Plus, your throwing in a chance to win!! I LOVE IT and can’t wait for more!! Have a FABULOUS DAY!! =)

  26. Christy Johns says:

    I have sanded embossed core’dinations, but never thought to sand over a chipboard shape…thanks for the great idea! Looking forward to tomorrow!

  27. Marla H. says:

    Outlining is a fun thing where you can use lots of items to do this.

  28. Jean D says:

    Just discovered your blog and I love the 12 techniques – what will bw next? Had never thought of outlining before (dumb I know)

  29. Michel E says:

    Love the card.

  30. Deb Long says:

    LOVE the look of outlining, and thanks for the awesome tips!

  31. Sheree Delaney says:

    Love it. Thanks for all the tips!

  32. Now why didn’t I think of that? What a great idea!

  33. T Babb says:

    What a great technique! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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