Happy Father’s Day Week!

June 6, 2011 by  
Filed under Core Blog, Jillibean Soup, My Mind's Eye

This week we are celebrating Fathers and Family here on the blog!

We are kicking it off with two layouts from Debbie Standard. Debbie packs her layouts FULL of  amazing details so grab your coffee and be ready to get inspired!

For this first layout, Debbie sanded a sheet of My Mind’s Eye Core Impressions.  It looks beautiful with the bright blue embossed Core Essentials.  And check out the fun details from the 4×6″ mini My Mind’s Eye collection pack!  They go perfectly together. And of course those fun photos of the kids playing around  with their Dad. They just make you smile!

Next up, Debbie shares with us another layout about family. For this layout Debbie scored her Whitewash background . Such an easy and quick way to make your own background!

The flowers are stamped. All you need to do is turn your Core’dinations over and stamp on the backside for a nice, smooth finish.

AND…yes, there is more!  Debbie printed her clouds from her computer using a digital image directly on some Whitewash and the sanded.

My Mind’s Eye Core Impressions

May 26, 2011 by  
Filed under Core Blog, My Mind's Eye

Happy Thursday everyone!

Today we have some layouts from the Design Team featuring My Mind’s Eye Core Impressions.

If you haven’t gotten your hands on this line yet, make sure you do. It is so versatile as you will see from today’s projects. You can use it feminine or masculine layouts.

Char Dobson mixed and match three different sheets of the MME Core Impressions pack on this layout and some additional Whitewash. And don’t forget about your MME embellishments! Char uses the feminine laces and pinks as accents on her page:

Ellen Sosnoski uses browns and reds from her Lost and Found collection on this boy themed layout. Take notice to the bottom, right hand corner where Ellen used the 4×6 My Mind’s Eye mini paper pads. She sanded the images, cut them out and then layered them for her title.

Don’t be afraid to use rubons right on your Core! Looks great on the textured surface.

And you can add some of the Mini 4×6 paper packs, too! They aren’t just for cards.

{Layout based on a BlueMoon Srapbooking Sketch}

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