Ah…My Mind’s Eye Core Impressions…gorgeous, isn’t it?
Design Team Member Shaunte Wadely created this gorgeous gorgeous layout using the My Mind’s Eye Core Impressions as her base and then accents in Vintage Cardstock and Core Essentials. Oh and don’t forget about the Core Tags. They are great for journaling and just that perfect accent.
AND the flowers are from our friennds over at Petaloo. The flowers are dyed to match our cardstock. How cool is that??
We have been talking about our BRAN NEW Tim Holtz KRaft-Core Shattered line a lot lately and today Designer Melissa Oliveira has a super sweet layout for you. And she uses the No. 1 for her background. Make sure you check out the detail shots so you can get the idea of how great this cardstock looks up close.
So, even though inking it and embossing it is a lot of fun, you can still use it as your go to cardstock for backgrounds in lieu of patterned paper.
Some products from our partners: Lifestyle crafts: embossing folders (for banners beside photo) and doily die cut (to the left of photo),petaloo: paper flowers, Queen& Co: pearls and Fiskars: paper crimper and border punches
We are here with Helmar this week and couldn’t be more excited! We have gorgeous projects all week long for you.
So are you having fun yet??? We sure are!
Make sure you say “hi” from us over on the Helmar Facebook page AND they have some awesome boards over on Pinterest, too! And…you know how it goes here… comment here on the Core blog all week long for a chance to WIN some FAB Core’dinations goodies all for yourself. Comment every day for more chances to win!!!
Want to see what you can win this week?
And, of course…check in over at the Helmar Blog for more inspiration!
Design Team Member Andrea Amu has a gorgeous design for us today that is perfect for your Thanksgiving decor.
Interested in seeing more of this? Keep Readin!
Here is a little bit about this project from Andrea: I made some Thanksgiving Decor showcasing the beautiful Core’dinations cardstock all held together perfectly with Helmar Adhesives! All of my cuts were done using the Thanksgiving Cricut cartridge. I cut the pilgrims out at 5 3/4″ each, using Signature Series Graphic 45 Core cardstock in Photogenic and Kraft and green Core from the Tim Holtz Adirondack collection. I also cut out the pumpkin design at 2″, again using some orange Core from the Adirondack collection. That beautiful embossed word collage background is some of the new Tim Holtz collection Kraft-Core Seasonal Impressions line! It’s the most wonderful backdrop for this Autumnal framed decor.
The Helmar black ZapDots 3D foam squares were great to use to add dimension to layered ares of my pilgrim and pumpkin cuts.
I love the performance of the Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive! This was my first time using this glue and it won’t be my last. Seriously, where has this been all my life? It is a must have for paper crafting. Here I used it to adhere most of my layers together, to attach the ribbon to my embossed cardstock base and to apply the Stampendous Vintage Champagne Glass glitter to the centers of the Petaloo mulberry flowers. After the glue and glitter quickly dries, I applied pearl accents from Queen&Co. to each center to finish off this seasonal project.
And another close up of the flower details:
Don’t forget to check out yesterday’s post introducing our BRAND NEW Card Design Team!!! We cannot wait to get started with these fabulous ladies!
Tuesdays are all about tips and tutorials…today we have TWO tips for you.
Today we have a layout from Design Team Member April Derrick. Her tip is to break out those stamps and use them for something different than what you normally would..for example: She used her Sweet Stamp Shop stamps called Pretty Packaging on her layout! How fun? You would think that these stamps would be for presents and little gifts. How fun is this layout?!?!? And she added some Petaloo dyed to match flowers….no need to worry about matching them. We did if for you 😉
April used a Crafter’s Workshop Filmstrip Template and sanded it to create her background. How cool!! Another fabulous way to work that Core.