12 Days of Techniques Day 9!

December 21, 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

Day Seven: Outlining

Today –> Antiquing

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!  Make sure you leave a comment here letting us know how much you have been enjoying the 12 Days of Techniques! AND CLICK HERE to check out the video.

Today Char Dobson has a wonderful technique for our 9th day….Antiquing!

First, cut your image and then crinkle it.

And Sand. Char sands in this dish because it helps catch some of the dust (such a great idea!):

Embellish it….

And Voila!!! You have a gorgeous project:

Here are a few more examples Char created for us today. See how antiquing looks great as the background?

And these gorgeous wine bottles!!! How cool does that Black Magic look???

So are you ready for yesterdays winner???????

Larissa Heskett says:

December 20, 2010 at 8:11 pm

WOW!! Like a spin on yesterdays technique only for the titles and journaling!! =) I have never owned on of these, but I have always thought it would be a fun thing to have!! I THANK YOU for the NEW TECHNIQUE, just like yesterday’s I would have never thought of this on my own!! THANKS SO MUCH, and I am having so much fun with my new paper and trying all of the techniques thus far!! I can’t wait to see what you have for us next!! =)
Have a FABULOUS DAY!! =)

SEE YOU TOMORROW WITH ANOTHER FABULOUS SPONSOR!

Comments

85 Responses to “12 Days of Techniques Day 9!”
  1. cowchipper says:

    done the crinkle the paper effect… it’s really cool!

  2. Darrell says:

    cool technique. thanks for sharing

  3. Zendalina says:

    i really like this idea. It seems soooo simple.

  4. Dave R says:

    the banner is a really neat idea. TFS

  5. JB says:

    I like the banner. Can make that with longer words too! nice work simple great idea.

  6. M.Chipman says:

    another cool idea for the core-dination cardstock! WOW!

  7. StampinCathy says:

    All the projects are awesome and so inspiring. I just love this Antiquing technique. Love the look and what a fun way to add add texture to a project.

  8. Doris Widder says:

    This is my favorite technique so far. :-D It’s a great affect, adds so much character to any piece and you don’t need anything special in order to use this method. Anyone can try it and have fun with it! :-D

  9. Lesley from WI says:

    This is a great technique and I cannot wait to try it. I love the gloves banner!

  10. tonny says:

    Every thing is so amazzing, some I already use and others are new for me.
    I love it all

  11. Heather DG says:

    I am loving it – it is so much fun to see all the techniques used in such pretty and inspiring projects!! Thanks for 12 days of fun and motivation(not to mention a fab product)!!!!

  12. sandra m. says:

    BEAUTIFUL! love the black magic paper with the light blue underneath and the blue christmas trees label. cute!

  13. Lindy says:

    WOW…..what a cool technique. I’d have never thought of that! THANK you soooo much for sharing. Will have to try this. I’ve learned some new techniques this week and can’t wait to see tomorrows.

  14. carolyn says:

    I have done the crinkle and sand technique before actually I use that one a lot

  15. Deb Long says:

    Gorgeous projects. Love this series – I am learning so many cool techniques!!!

  16. ava says:

    Hey ladies, i never thought to decorate a wine bottle with scrapbooking supplies. Nice ideal, thanks for sharing.
    ava
    cottagerca

  17. April W says:

    What a cool look! Thanks for sharing. :)
    - April W

  18. Melinda Wilson says:

    This is such a neat idea. Thanks for sharing.

  19. CindyM says:

    Love the gritty appearance from antiquing, instead of one stop shopping this one stop paper it does everything, thanks for all the wonderfull techniques!!

  20. It’s been fun being reminded of these fun techniques! Thanks!

  21. tammy k says:

    wow…so simple and it looks so awesome! who knew?! Thanks so much for sharing!

  22. Lori Leng says:

    Isn’t paper so darn amazing…all the things you can do to it and it’s looks great. Love the whole crinkle effect and sanding and yes, the tray is a great way to catch the dust. Thanks again for another helpful training. Hugs, Lori

  23. Tina M says:

    This is my favorite technique so far. I wanna try it!!! Wow, I love it. Thank you!

  24. rkokes says:

    loving all the techniques-really making me think outside the box!

  25. Mandie W says:

    Wow! I love this idea! Especially the wine bottles! I have to go try that! What an excellent way to dress up a gift!

  26. barb says:

    I love this technique, it adds such a beautiful look to any project. i love using it.

  27. lesley says:

    this is such a lovely technique, it give that added special touch to my crafts…thanks for sharing.

  28. Denise C. says:

    I am loving all the great new (at least to me) techniques you are sharing with us! Today’s projects look awesome!

  29. Jessie G. says:

    I’ve wondered how this was done! Thanks for sharing!

  30. Elizabeth P says:

    I like antiquing alot…showed some of my CTMH friends one day and they were shocked. I also like to put a little ink on the edges of “regular” paper. Core’dinations is fine without anything else.

  31. Denise Bryant says:

    I love the 12 Days of great ideas! The antiqued look is fab!
    DeniseB

  32. hilarie c. says:

    I love this technique, thanks for sharing these beautiful projects!

  33. Marie Butler says:

    Another great technique!! Just bought my first Core’dinations paper yesterday. (Had to drive an hour to get there.) Can’t wait to try out these great products and techniques. Thanks for all the opportunities to win. Glad I found out about y’all.

  34. wendi r says:

    oh wow that is sooo clever I love it!!! and love the look that it creates.. that banner is totally darling

  35. Oh my Goodness, I am learning so much from all these techniques. i have watched all the video’s and know what to do after the holidays. Thanks for broadening my horizons.

  36. Erika Seever says:

    very cool idea. Love the banner

  37. Sue Stultz says:

    Learning these techniques is wonderful…I never stopped to think of so many if anyone would have asked. I like this one today and have used this technique a lot. At lot of times I use this and use an ink pad to help make it look antique. Thanks for the opportunity to learn more.

  38. bethann disciascio says:

    what a simple but effective technique.

  39. Sandra ltb says:

    have not used this one much, will have to give it a try.
    Thanks for the fun!
    Sandra ltb

  40. Pam Spradlin says:

    Another great idea for the use of Core’dinations cardstock. It is nice to be reminded how east this card stock is to use.

  41. Sheree Delaney says:

    I love the mittens. The effect makes it look like snow in the background. Can’t wait to try the technique!

  42. Ann says:

    Love those mittens, looking well worn, like they’re hung up on the line to dry after an afternoon of playing outside.

  43. Tracey says:

    Great projects Charlotte!

  44. Irene L says:

    Lovely idea. That antiquing makes them look so real.

  45. RobynC says:

    This is GREAT! I have always been SO diligent about NEVER bending my Core’dinations paper – who knew that I should have been crumpling it up all along??? AMAZING EFFECT!! This paper is even more versatile than I imagined!

  46. Wendy Orme says:

    Great technique…love the look it creates.

  47. conniemelancon says:

    love this technique!

  48. WOW – Day 9 already??? Who knew there were so many different techniques to be explored in our paper crafting hobby. These ideas have all been fabulous, and easy enough that I will definitely give them a try in my cardmaking projects. Thanks so much!

  49. Susan says:

    I love your paper. When I originally saw it, I didn’t have time to get any. I made it a point to return to the store a few days later, intent on getting a piece or two. I bought 45 sheets!

  50. Mandi says:

    Love that mitten banner! Such a simple technique, too!

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