Ready for a {Colour} Challenge?

July 5, 2011 by  
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We are!

You know we always love colour around here and last month we have a few posts about Colour Lovers. An awesome place where you can go and create your own personalized colour palettes.

WELL….did you know that Core’dinations has it’s own Pinterest boards, too?   Make sure you follow us here because we are using Pinterest as our focus for our monthly challenges.  It’s ALL about colour here at CORE!

Here is the monthly inpsirational piece pinned here by Lydia Jackson:

Can you say Summer?  Can you say Delicious?  YUM! Lydia has named it Peachy Keen. It just screams summer in every way.

from bakersroyale.com

And here is the colour palette Lydia created with Colour Lovers….

And here is Lydia’s take on the challenge:

Lydia sanded, embossed, scored and tore on this layout using Vintage and Core Essentials cardstocks.

What can you do with this colour palette? The rules for our monthly challenge are super simple. You must use this palette as your inspiration (feel free to use the Pinterest photo as well), Core must be recognizable on your project (can be a layout, card, anything paper crafting) and we want to see some technique. You know how we love to see how you work that Core ;)

Link up your projects to this post or our Facebook account by July 27th to win some Core’dinations Cardstock!

xoxoxo

January 20, 2010 by  
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What goes great with Valentine’s Day? Chocolate Mocha does! We are gearing up for the big day in February already.

Debbie Standard created this adorable card utilizing some of the very versatile Chocolate Mocha cardstock from the Core Essentials line.

Some subtle sanding and a Cuttlebug embossing folder makes this card wonderful and unique at the same time.

More Colour Lover’s Challenge

January 13, 2010 by  
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We are having some much fun with this month’s challenge!

Look at this totally cool colour combo that Hera Freichose to work with her Core’dinations Color Cardstock.

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