Back to School 3D Pencil and Card

Hi everyone!  I’m Joy and today I’m super happy to be sharing this project with you using Core’dinations great products!

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Step 1: Cut the pencil 3D and card shapes using Core’dinations Neutrals and Bright Color cardstock along with solid black and white.  They cut so well!  A little side note: At first I cut the pencil card background in white but later I went back and cut it out in grey to match the band near the eraser of the 3D pencil.  I thought that just looked better color-wise to match both project pieces.

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Step 2: Emboss the pencil pieces as desired.  Here, I’m using the wood grain background folder.

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Step 3:  Sand the pieces using the Core’dinations Sand It Gadget.  That revealed a lighter color yellow on these pieces.  That’s so cool!

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Step 4: Adhere the pieces.  I used my Xyron machine to add adhesive to the backs of these pieces.  Then I added them to the pencil.

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Isn’t all that sanded texture great?!

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Step 5:  Create a tag.  I cut a small tag from the Core’dinations Bright Assorted Tags even smaller and backed it with a piece of Core’dinations black cardstock.

Step 6:  Stamp a sentiment.  Keep in mind that stamping on textured paper can give an uneven stamped image.  You can fill in any spotty places with a marker.  I did!

Step 7:  Sand the tag and tie ribbon to finish the look.

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That huge roll of Smarties can fit into the 3D pencil!

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Now your project is ready for gift giving! Happy crafting! ~Joy

Miss You Card

September 7, 2014 by  
Filed under Core Blog, May Arts Ribbon

Can you tell there’s a bookmark on this card? See that tab with the sentiment? That’s actually a Core Tag Bookmark! Just mount it on some colored cardstock so it pops and you have a quick and easy way to add interest to your project.
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Make card from 110lb Smooth White Core. Stamp typewriter in bottom right corner.
Stamp sentiment on paper in typewriter. Trim No.24 Cardstock from Tim Holtz Kraft-Core Nostalgic Collection to fit across top of card and adhere. Add black chevron stripe ribbon. Trim bookmark, layer onto black cardstock and cut out, following shape of bookmark. Stamp sentiment in black, adhere to top of card. Stamp shapes, to finish.
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Easy Watercolor Card

August 29, 2014 by  
Filed under Cards & Tags, Core Blog, Core Projects

Watercoloring is easy with our 110lb smooth cardstock!

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Step 1. Use Distress Inks and water to create the watercolor background on a piece of 110 lb. Smooth White Cardstock. For this card I used simple brush strokes with a little bit of ink. It’s that easy!

Step 2. Sand the edges of a Core Tag with the Sand It Gadget and adhere it to the watercolor background.

 

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Step 3. Stamp the image on a piece of 110 lb. Smooth White Cardstock, color in with Copic markers, and fussy cut it out.

Step 4. Stamp the sentiment, add the sequins, and adhere the card together!

 

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By the Sea Layouts

We love our Graphic 45 Signature Series Lights and Darks Collection and they match PERFECTLY with the By the Sea Collection from Graphic 45 for those summer photos. Create a patchwork design by alternating Core’dinations embossed and sanded squares with patterned paper.

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For the background of this layout, I used a sheet from the Graphic 45 Core’dination’s Lights  collection and cut it into three sections (hidden by the strips of patterned paper) and embossed and sanded them.  After dusting them off with my Dust Buddy, I attached them to another sheet of cardstock and then covered the edges where they met with strips from the patterned paper.
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End of Summer Birthday Bash!

For my son’s 9th Birthday he was having a pool party at our house. I know our pool is still open for business even though school has started! Everything was themed ‘Splish Splash’ so I pulled out some fabulous Core’dinations Cardstock  and got to work with my Silhouette cutting all kinds of little bits to decorate with!

Let’s start off with this cute little frame from the David Tutera Wedding Collection.  Perfect for any occasion …. including a 9 year old boys birthday party:

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One of my favorite things were these fun water bottle tags.  With (15) 9 year olds running around all afternoon I knew I needed to try and keep their drinks straight so I cut these super fun shapes and made these name tags for each of them.

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I started with the pre-made tag base using the Smooth Bookmarks (Bright) and punched a hole in the top to slip over the top of the water bottle.

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Altered Darice Notebook

August 19, 2014 by  
Filed under Core Blog, May Arts Ribbon

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Step 1: Unscrew post from notebook, carefully keep notebook pages in a stack, remove cover.

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Step 2: Trim Tim Holtz and Ranger Distress Collection Spun Sugar cardstock to fit front and back covers. Sand edges using Sand-It Gadget.

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Step 3: Trim 110lb Smooth White Core cardstock slightly smaller, stamp little flowers in two shades of pink, round corners, attach and punch hole in corner.

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Step 4: Trim Core Reflecting Pool cardstock to fit across cover, emboss, sand and adhere.

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Step 6: Cut letters using Silhouette and Core Fuchsia Fizz cardstock. Adhere to cover using glue pen. ClareNotebook03

Step 7: Add embossed layer over the back and sand.

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