Looking for some Halloween Inspiration?
You came to the right place!
We have a HUGE giveaway for you! How exciting is this?
All you need to do is LIKE both Core’dinations and Couture Creations on Facebook (giving our friends over there shout out would be nice, too and then click HERE to enter to win! That’s it! We are giving away FOUR prizes of $50 FULL of products from both companies. You don’t want to miss this!
OH and we have 0ur winner from last week with Authentique!!!!!
I just found this blog and I’m loving it! I love the way you use the cut out parts in the layouts – no waste!
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No I promised some Halloween goodies so here we go! First up Designer Vivian Keh with a cool card with some awesome Chalkboard technique!
Hello, Core fans! Vivian Keh here to tell you I have been getting so much use out of my 6 x 6 pack of Black Magic! Today I have a Halloween themed project that uses the Black Magic with lovely orange and green core, revealed with a nice dose of sanding. In addition, there is a lot of stamping and fun embellishing with Liquid Pearls.
How awesome is this detail?????
And another of that awesome Black Magic and stamping:
Core’dinations – “Black Magic” Collection, Sand-it Gadget, Dust Buddy
Clearsnap – Frost White Pigment Ink
Studio 112 – Spider Stamp, Web Stamp
Martha Stewart – Caution Stamp
Ranger – Liquid Pearls
AND it wouldn’t be Halloween without MORE Black Magic cardstock, right!???!??!? NExt up a card from Designer Clare Buswell and a little bit about how she created it:
Make card from cardstock. Emboss Black Magic cardstock, sand using Sand-It Gadget and wipe with Dust Buddy. Ink edges using Milled Lavender Distress Ink, adhere to card. Add patterned paper (Authentique Thrilling Collection) panel, ink edges and round bottom corners. Add ribbon, bow and twine. Adhere Authentique Thrilling Collection stickers to cardstock, ink edges and fussy cut, attach to card using foam pads. Adhere flower, twine and bottle, to finish.
And a close-up of that gorgeous detail: