She runs…she shoots..she SCORES!

October 12, 2011 by  
Filed under Core Blog, Provocraft, Scor Pal, Spellbinders

Okay maybe we don’t have that kind of “Score”  here at the Core Blog but we got something BETTER!

We do this kind of SCORING! Need some more tips?  Make sure you check out our videos here. The possibilities are endless. You can make any design you want!!!! There is one  important tip  to remember when you are  SCOR with CORE.

Remember to score from the BACK of the cardstock. That way the raised scor image is on the front and you can sand it.

Design Team Member Leica Forrest scor’d her heart out on these layouts.

Core Essentials works beautifully for scoring. Notice the outline sanding Leica did for her title, too? SO COOL!

This layout is jam-packed with technique, too. From the embossed Black Magic scalloped shapes (using Spellbinder’s dies)to the  scoring and use of the label maker…

This is one awesome layout!

Easter Tutorial Tuesday

April 19, 2011 by  
Filed under Core Blog, Scor Pal

Happy Tuesday Everyone!

Today’s Tutorial comes from Design Team Member Char Dobson. Char made the cutest Easter Treat Bags using Core’dinations Vintage Cardstock and is sharing them with us today.

Step 1: Cut a 4” x 12” piece of Core’dinations cardstock. Using the back side of your cardstock; score at 4.5”, 6.5” and 11”.

Step 2: Using your scoring tool, make a grid line pattern on the 4” x 4.5” section.

Step 3: Fold along 4.5”, 6.5” and 11” scored lines. Turn cardstock over and sand with your Sand It Gadet.

Step 4: Cut a window into the grid section using your Nestabilities, Coluzzle or other cutting tool. The window should be slightly closer to the fold line.

Step 5: If desired, add an alternate piece of 2” x 4” cardstock on the 1” end flap. This is what your treat bag should look like so far:

Step 6: Line up cardstock and punch holes through the 4” x 4.5” grid section and 2” flap. Embellish. I used my Cricut to cut out tiny egg shapes, and ran them through my Xyron sticker maker.

Step 7: Place treats in a small plastic or cellophane bag. Staple on to the inside of the 4” x 6.5” section.

Step 8: Fold treat bag together and place the flap over top. Run a cute ribbon through and you’re finished!


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