here today and I would like to share a couple of Wedding Cards with you that I made in anticipation of the summer Wedding season upon us.
May Arts Ribbon
Tombow USA adhesive
Select a card base from the many choices that are available. I am using the Window Die cut cardbases.
Select a decorative layer from the Step # 2 or your choice of matching colored Core’dinations Cardstock.
Happy Tuesday Everyone! Jennifer Edwardson here and I’ve been lucky enough to work with the David Tutera Celebrate
system from the beginning and have made some super cute quick and easy cards, along with more detailed ones too but I wanted to try something a bit different this time so I encorporated bits and pieces of the David Tutera Celebrate line with Core’dinations lines, too.
Many card makers are also scrapbookers and I decided to take some of the new patterned cards and create a layout instead. I started with a brown Core’dinations cardstock base and layered a white spotted piece slightly smaller on top.
I chose the colors of cards I wanted to use and made a border punched mat for my photos first. Once i had this all in place I started punching shapes from the card bases. I used a couple different sizes of scalloped circle punched and then a tiny circle punch too.
I gently sanded the edges of these and then layered them on top of each other using 3D foam throughout the layout, trimming a few to a straight edge here and there as well.
I added a layered card sentiment as the title and some typewriter journaling to complete this one of Em and one of her closest girlfriends on her 13th birthday !!
David Tutera Celebrate A2 Assorted Patterned Bold Cards & Envelopes
David Tutera Celebrate Happy Birthday Layered Sentiments
David Tutera CelebrateBaby Girl Embellishment Kit
Core Essentials: French Roast, Izmir Purple
Spotted Jillian Dot: Snowflake
Sand It Gadget
Other: Xyron and American Crafts adhesive
1- Cut red and blue pieces and emboss cardstock into 1″ strips. Set aside extra strips for card 3. Sand edges. Adhere to kraft card base alternating colors. Machine stitch stripes.
2- Cut two large stars from Tim Holtz Shattered cardstock. Fold star into 3D shape. Adhere to card gluing the corners of the star.
3- Punch circle/star shape with craft punch out of silver Glitter Silk. Adhere to center of stars.
Clothesline Celebrate Card
1- Adhere section of Tim Holtz Shattered cardstock in blue to scalloped edge kraft card base.
2- Attach red and white bakers twine to card.
3- Using craft punches, make several star shapes out of red and silver Glitter sSilk. Attach to twine with small clothes pins. Attach David Tutera card sentiment to twine.
1- Using cut 1″ stripes leftover from the first card, adhere strips to white card base alternating colors. Machine stitch stripes.
2- Using liquid pearls, create firework burst.
3- Adhere sequin star to firework center. Adhere additional sequin stars to card as desired. Adhere red rhinestone to sequin star centers. Adhere David Tutera card sentiment.
Supplies: Tim Holtz Kraft-Core Nostalgic, Tim Holtz Kraft-Core Shattered, Glitter Silk, David Tutera Celebrate Cardmaking system sentiment, liquid pearls, sequins, mini-clothes pins, twine, scoring tool and star punch
Mary Pat Siehl here with you today and I have a really fun and easy 4th of July layout for you using a variety of our Tim Holtz cardstocks.
1. Start with the Tim Holtz Seasonal Impressions and lightly sand it to expose the awesome subway art.
2. Matt photo (s) with coordinating cardstock and or pattern paper. I used TH Kraft Core Nostalgic Collection and Graphic 45 pattern paper.
3. Die cut some embellishments ( I used stars for the theme of July 4th).
4. If you want a more textured look, you can emboss them. I used and embossing folder from Cuttlebug.
5. Sand the embellishments to expose the yummy core.
6. Add a title and you are done. I used my Silhouette to create the title.
insert photo 1c
Cardstock- Tim Holtz Kraft-Core Shattered, Seasonal Impressions, and Kraft-Core Nostalgic Collection
Paper- Graphic 45
Wood Veneer – Studio Calico
Lawn Fawn Dies
Some Odd Girl Digi Cut File
Cuttlebug embossing folder
Sand It Gadget
I have a quick video for you today on how this layout came together and how I sanded the Core.
Happy 4th Card by Suzanna Lee
Black Magic, Core Essentials, Core Basics - 110lb White, Bust Buddy , Sand It Gadget
David Tutera: White Smooth Cards & Envelopes – Size A2; DT-GX-7500-05
Darice Embossing “masks”, Die – Lifestyle Crafts, Embossing Folder – Tim Holtz
Patterened Paper – Pebbles Inc, Letter Roller Stamp – Pebbles Inc, Buttons – Michael’s
Stickles – Tim Holtz
I used Darice’s embossing folder “mask” to create this special cut out instead of using one of your sandwich plates, you can select areas that you don’t emboss.
To the left is the sandwich (minus the paper) and to your right is the resulting effect. I chose to “fill” the hole with another piece of embossed BlackMagic that I cut using the embossing mask to trace the oval. The result is less raised as you put embossed cardstock on flat cardstock (as opposed to two layers of embossed paper).
There is a lot of depth to this card with the fireworks really coming at you! I only adhered the center of the die cut firework sprays thus enabling me to use my finger nail to curl out the “arms”. A little Stickles adds to festivities!
Happy 4th card by Debbie Standard
Cuttlebug Embossing Machine
Darice Embossing Folders
DieNamics Hexagon Die
May Arts Twine
Making Memories rub on letters
1. Start by cutting hexagons with your hexagon die cut and your embossing machine.
2. Take your hexagons and using about three different embossing folders emboss your hexagons. Then you will sand them with your Sand It Gadget and dust them off with your Dust Buddy.
3. Run all your hexagons through your Xyron machine and place on your white card base.
4. Tie ribbon below your hexagons and add a tag with your sentiment.
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