Thank You Teacher Ideas Continue

May 21, 2014 by  
Filed under Core Blog, Xyron

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We have another super cute Thank You Teacher idea from Debbie Standard. This David Tutera Laser Cut Favor Box is the PERFECT idea for a super quick gift. All you need to do is add some candy and fold the box on the pre-scored lines. Finish it off David Tutera Celebrate Tag and sentiment and you are done! I ALWAYS reach for a Core Tag when finishing off a gift whether is one of our Core Tags or David Tutera Celebrate tags. They are the finishing touch for any project and always look great with the silver grommet and sanding.

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David Tutera Celebrate Brights Tags are sandable, color core tags that come with a metal grommet. There are 24 gorgeous tags in four different colors and 6 designs and it includes string!

David Tutera Brights Tags

Supplies:
David Tutera Laser Cut Favor Box
David Tutera tag – DT-GX-7300-32
David Tutera Embellishments  GX-7300-52
David Tutera Embellishments  GX-7300-54
Sand It Gadget
Dust Buddy
Xyron Mega Runner

Layouts with Debbie Standard

Today we have some gorgeous layouts from Debbie Standard!

We had a beautiful day for my mother’s 87th birthday and afterwards while the girls were still dressed up we went around the corner from my house and had them pose in this beautiful field of blue bonnets (Texas is known for their  state flower)! My granddaughter was patient with me up to a point and then she spontaneously burst into some random poses – these were  my favorite!

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1.  Sand the Jillibean Soup Impressions.
2.  Use blue from the Tim Holtz & Ranger  Distress collection and emboss it with a Spellbinder’s embossing folder.  It is of course too wide to run through the embossing machine so I cut my paper in two and embossed each sheet and then attached them together.
3. I matted my photos with white and then added pink behind my photo strip.  I punched the edges with a Martha Stewart punch and then sanded them before adhering.
4.   I cut my flower and my title from my Silhouette ran the title through my Xyron machine and attached it.  Totally loved how these colors came out and reflected everything in my photos.
5.  I printed my journaling on 110 lb Smooth White cardstock and then cut it and ran it through my Xyron machine.
Supplies:
Jillibean Soup Impressions
Tim Holtz Distress Cardstock
Core’dinations Basics
110 Core cardstock smooth
Sand It Gadget
Dust Buddy
Cuttlebug embossing machine
Embossing Folder:  Spellbinders
Martha Stewart Punch
Silhouette Cameo
Silhouette Die Cuts – Title and flower
My Mind’s Eye Brad
Teresa Collins Enamel dots
My Mind’s Eye Tags
Xyron 250
Xyron Mega Runner
Glue Dots
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We celebrated my mother’s 87th birthday recently and had her kids, some of her grand kids and great grand kids there. Even with just a partial group there were 16!.  She was thrilled!  When the restaurant realized who we were singing too they all joined in.  She was so cute, I had to document it!

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1. Sand the BasicGrey Core Impressions and adhere together with Washi tape.
2. Then I cut and matted my photos on a sheet of white and then backed it with a bright blue and attached it.
3. Next, I cut my title and my balloons from a Silhouette die, ran them through my Xyron 250, sanded them lightly and adhered them to my page.
6. Add some Queens & Co. twine for  balloon strings.

Supplies:

BasicGrey Whimsey Impressions Collection
Basic Core ‘dinations Cardstock
Glitz Washi tape
Sand It Gadget
Dust Buddy
Cuttlebug Embossing Machine
Embossing folders:  Darice
Silhouette Cameo
Silhouette die cuts (balloons and title)
Queen & Co. twine
Xyron 250
Xyron Mega Runner
Glue Dots
Paper Studio letter stickers

Spring Silhouette Card

May 14, 2014 by  
Filed under Core Blog, May Arts Ribbon

Tracy Gruber has such a great idea for a Spring card for us today! Silhouettes make beautiful  home decor so why not use them on a card? The  Black Magic for the  silhouette  against our Core Essentials Pastels really pops and is a great alternative to flowers or stamping. Don’t forget to sand and distress!
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Cut the silhouette image from the A Child’s Year Cricut cartridge at 3 1/4″ out of the Black Magic Cardstock.  Then, use the Sand It Gadget to sand the edges.  Cut the light purple rectangle from the Core Essentials Pastels Pack and emboss with the Cuttlebug Seeing Spots embossing folder.  Sand over the embossed part with the Sand It Gadget.  Next emboss a piece of the light green card stock, also from the Core Essentials Pastels Pack, with the Darice Wire Fence Embossing Folder and sand with the Sand It Gadget.  Finally, distress the edges of a piece of lime green card stock from the Core Essentials Brights Pack with the Tim Holtz Edge Distresser.  Attach all of the layers together and adhere the silhouette die cut with foam squares. Tie the black bow around the top using May Arts twine.  For the sentiment piece, cut a circle using a Spellbinder’s Standard Circle Small die out of the 110lb Smooth Cardstock.  Stamp the sentiment from the Lawn Fawn A Birdie Told Me stamp set in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink.
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Supplies:
-A Child’s Year Cricut cartridge
-Black Magic Cardstock
-Core Essentials Pastels Pack
-Core Essentials Brights Pack
-Cuttlebug Seeing Spots embossing folder
-Darice Wire Fence embossing folder
-May Arts Twine
-Spellbinder’s Standard Circle Small dies
-110lb Smooth Cardstock
-Lawn Fawn A Birdie Told Me set
-Sand It Gadget
-Dust Buddy

 

Pretty in Pink

May 12, 2014 by  
Filed under Core Blog, May Arts Ribbon

Today we have some great cards from Debbie Standard that are just perfect for Graduation Day or any upcoming Birthday or Holiday you have. The great thing about Core’dinations is all you need is a little bit of embossing and you have a fabulous card that is quick AND easy!

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Some simple die cuts and a stamped sentiment add the perfec touch to this card:

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Supplies:

Core Essentials Pastels Collection Pack, Core Essentials Nightfall

Spellbinders Paper Arts die cuts

Sand it Set 

May Arts Ribbon

Queen & Co. Gems.

Graduation Card

 Ava Gavloski here with  a graduation card using tons of technique!   I am excited to share this card for my niece who will be graduating and the school colors are red, white and black.

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Step 1: Die cut a few labels from Spellbinders, emboss, ink and you have a quick multi-layered card.

Step 2: Tearing Core’dinations Cardstock for a distressed edge is my favorite technique.  Here I used Tim Holtz and  Ranger Distress Collection,  Fire Brick Red Cardstock.

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Step 3: I Heat embossed a sentiment in black ink and stamped my star’s in Red, Clearsnap Colorbox Ink.

Step 4: Layer the label die cuts with foam squares from Tombow, add some rhinestones and a bow and you are done!

Core’dination supplies
Tim Holtz & Ranger Distress Collection, Fire Brick Red Cardstock
Signature Series G45, Photogenic
Core Essentials Pastel Pack, Snowflake
Sand it Gadget & Dust Buddy

Other supplies
May Arts Ribbon
Tombow Adhesive
Spellbinders label 8 dies
Clearsnap Colorbox Ink

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