Masking with our NEW 110lb Smooth Cardstock

May 16, 2014 by  
Filed under Core Blog

Get out those stencils! We are working them today with Suzanna Lee and our 110 lb White Cardstock found in our Core Basics line.

If you’re into mixed media and/or stamping and are looking for THE cardstock to use on your layouts or cards that doesn’t warp, look no further! Core’dinations NEW 110lb premium cardstock is JUST what you’re looking for! It is my go to cardstock!

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The Tim Holtz floral mask was the perfect compliment to my Chinese New Year layout. I rubbed my VersaMark ink pad over the stencil and cardstock then liberally sprinkled clear embossing powder. After heat setting the powder, I layed down laters of color with my Gelatos. A spritz or two of water here and there, a finger that dragged the color around and the above is the finished effort. And most importantly, my paper stayed flat! Even with the heat gun! Amazing!

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That little guy was also stamped on Core’dinations 110 lb white cardstock! Hand colored and fussy cut before being adhered to his life long background!

Supplies

Core Basics – 110lb Smooth White Cardstock

Black Magic

Vintage

Stamps – Stampendous, Hero Arts, All Night Media

Font – AR Berkley

Mask – Tim Holtz

Gelatos – Faber Castell

Die – Lifestyle Crafts

Comments

3 Responses to “Masking with our NEW 110lb Smooth Cardstock”
  1. TracyM #6773 says:

    BOLD & BEAUTIFUL layout!!!
    LOVE the colours & design with the embossed background and Gelatos!!!
    Looks like this new smooth cardstock loves to play and I can’t wait to get some to try :)

    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION!!!

  2. Fabulous page! Love the masking!

  3. Ava Gavloski says:

    Great presentation of the 110 lb cardstock. You really can add watercolor and maintain a vibrate hue of color with this Core’dinations Cardstock.

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