Core’dinations makes it so easy to create cute cards with lots of texture in just a few minutes. This is really great if you have to make multiples of cards for parties, thank-you’s, etc. The Deco-Edge Kraft Cards and Envelopes are a real treat to use, not only for the trendy kraft color, but also with the fancy cut edge, half your work is already done. Kraft is also a great color choice, because it can be used for masculine and feminine projects alike.
Spring Meadow Kraft Card Supplies:
- Kraft Deco-Edge A2 Cards and Envelopes
- Sand-it Gadget
- Tim Holtz Classic
- Darice Dandelion Embossing Folder
- PunchBunch Mini Cherry Blossom Punch
- Imagine Crafts Pico Embellisher – Wedding Dress
Step 1. Cut a panel of blue cardstock to fit on the card front.
Step 2. Emboss the panel and sand the image with the Sand-it Gadget,
Step 3. Adhere to the card base.
Step 4. Add dimension to the flower buds, by add a dot of white with the Pico Embellisher, to each of the dots on the design.
Step 5. Punch small flower to layer over the flowers. Distress the flowers with a Sand-it Gadget.
Step 6. Finish the flowers with a small adhesive pearl in the center.
This is not my typical color palette, but I think it is a great combination for spring. Add the distressing, and it reminds me of a favorite pair of worn blue jeans.
Hi All! Tami Mayberry here with you again today to share another clean and simple card project great for any occasion.
Thinking of You Card Supplies:
- Core’dinations Vintage 6 x 6 cardstock pad
- Core’dinations Core Basics Smooth White cardstock
- Core’dinations vellum quotes
- Sand-It Gadget
- 3 turquoise self-adhesive rhinestones
- 2 turquoise mini brads
- Sizzix Dies: Calendar Months (#660104), Tim Holtz Mixed Media (#660220), Ornate Labels (#659711)
- Scrapbook Adhesive by 3L® 3D Foam Squares
- Tombow Mono adhesive
Step 1: Die-cut around desired vellum sentiment using Ornate Label die.
Step 2: Die-cut same size label from white cardstock. Attach vellum layer to cardstock label using brads.
Step 3: Using Calendar Months dies, die-cut three sets of flower shapes from desired cardstock; sand top layers lightly as desired using Sand-It Gadget.
Step 4: Cut a 4 x 5 1/4-inch piece from green cardstock; die-cut Mixed Media shape from bottom left corner.
Step 5: Form a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2-inch card from smooth white cardstock; adhere die-cut pieces to card front, layering together as shown and using foam squares for flower layers.
Hi all! Tami Mayberry here today to share some CAS cards that you can make in minutes using two Pop Dot card bases.
Pop Dot Card Supplies
- 2 contrasting Pop Dot card bases for each card
- Gina K. Designs Simple Hearts stamp set
- Clearsnap Beetle Black pigment ink pad
- May Arts white ribbon
- Sizzix Scallop Circle Framlits dies
- Sizzix Big Shot die-cutting machine
- Fiskars corner rounder
- Adhesive foam dots
- Paper adhesive
Step 1: Round bottom corners of both black dot and white dot cards.
Step 2: Trim 2-inches from bottom edge of white pop dot card base; adhere to black card base.
Step 3: Wrap front with ribbon.
Step 4: Stamp heart image onto inside of remaining piece of white dot card. Die-cut around image using scalloped circle die.
Step 5: Attach die-cut shape to card front using foam dots.
And you are done! Just 5 easy steps to a thoughtful handmade greeting.
Today I have two cards using our Core Basics line. The Vellum and 110 lb Smooth White cardstock are great for stamping. And even though the Kraft and Black cardstocks are not sandable, they still look great embossed, scored and punched!
Core Basics Cards Supplies:
- Core Basics: 110 lb Smooth cardstock, Smooth
- Kraft, Smooth Black, Textured Kraft and Vellum
- David Tutera Celebrate white cardstock base
- Fiskars Punch
- Memento Ink
- May Arts twine
- Misc button
- Darice embossing folder
- Papertrey Ink dies
- MyStampBox Stamps
- Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher
Happy Day Card
Step 1. Emboss black cardstock and adhere to card base.
Step 2. Stamp sentiment and cut in a banner shape. Gently fold it over a pencil to curl it.
Step 3. Adhere with embellishments.
Step 1. Stamp on a piece vellum, let dry.
Step 2. Adhere with staples over punched images.
Hi! Jill from Every Day is an Occasion here to share some Clean and Simple Spring Cards with you. These cards are so beautiful and yet so simple!!
Clean and Simple Spring Cards
To make these cards, I used this Silhouette Cut. Then I used all different colors from the Gemstones Pack, Green Spotted Core, Whitewash Core, and the 110 lb White Core. The best way I have found to make a bunch of cards is to use the cut on several different colors but only one color at a time and then mix and match the colors.
I just love sanding the tips of the Whitewash Core. The color shows through so vividly.
I used the Green Spotted Core for the leaves. It is really fun to sand and really gives the card that pop.
Thanks so much for stopping by and checking out my Clean and Simple Spring Cards!