St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite days to make crafts for! Christine joining you today with a fun shaped card that looks like a Leprechaun Hat.
Leprechaun Hat Card Supplies:
- Gold Glitter Cardstock
- Tillie Dot 6 X 6 Paper Pad
- Core Essential Cardstock – Darks
- Sand-It Gadget & Dust Buddy
- Silhouette Cameo
Now on to the fun part of how to make this card!
Step 1: Cut out a Leprechaun Hat shape and one in it’s mirror image. I used my Silhouette Cameo for the cut and you can find the file here. The file will give you most of the pieces you need to cut out the hat and the accessories. For the piece that will be your back score a line about 1/4 inch from the top of it.
Step 2: Add adhesive to the scored part and stick your two pieces together. The scored part will now allow the back of the card to fold back.
Step 3: Cut out a stripe from the black Tillie Dot cardstock to be the sash on the hat. Sand it to bring out the core.
Step 4: Cut out a Shamrock out of the Tillie Dot cardstock also but don’t sand it this time. Add the sash to the card. Cut out a belt buckle from the Gold Cardstock. Add that and the Shamrock to the sash.
Step 5: Cut out a sentiment from the Gold Cardstock and attach it to the card. I also used a Silhouette cut file for this and you can find it here. Outline the whole card with faux stitching or dots.
We are celebrating this week with May Arts Ribbon! Stop by all week long for amazing inspiration and, of course, prizes! CLICK HERE to enter to win this awesome Chalk Core prize pack! And don’t forget to head over to the May Arts blog for more projects and chances to win! Winners will be announced Monday, November 17th, 2014.
I can’t believe that it is already mid-November and fall is rapidly disappearing! Before it’s gone I wanted to get in another fall layout and Core’dinations combined with May Arts is the perfect pair to do it with!
Thankful Layout Supplies:
- 12 X 12 Jillian Dot Spotted (Scarlett)
- 12 X 12 Cardstock Darks
- 12 X 12 Cardstock Neutrals
- Dark Assorted Sandable Tags
- Sand-it Gadget & Dust Buddy
- May Arts Burlap Ribbon Antique Gold
- 1/4 Inch Adhesive Scalloped Border Ivory
Step 1: Cut two strips from the Scarlett Spotted paper that are 3″ X 12″ and sand those.
Step 2: Attach those to the top and bottom of the white base.
Step 3: Tear a 1 inch strip of paper from the Neutrals Pad and add that as a border. Top with May Arts Scallop Border Ribbon.
Step 4: Use an electronic die cut machine to cut out leaves and attach those to Core Tags topped with a May Arts Burlap Ribbon bow.
Step 5: Center the picture and add it to the layout with the tags around it.
Step 6: Embellish with stickers and brads.
It’s going to be a great week of inspiration with May Arts & Core’dinations – make sure to visit often!
We hope you are ready for a fun week with our friends over at Petaloo and Xyron! We have teamed up with some of our favorite adhesive and flowers for a week full of inspiration and, of course, PRIZES! Please go to THIS post to see how you can enter to win this:
Hello again, fellow Core lovers! It’s Gini, and today I have an upcycling project to share with you, using some of my favorite products. With a little help from Core’dinations, Xyron and Petaloo, I was able to transform a lowly Pringles Chip container into a dispenser for cosmetic cotton rounds.
A Thing of Beauty Supply List:
- Tim Holtz Kraft-Core Shattered Collection
- Glitter Silk Cardstock
- Core Essentials Cardstock Neutrals
- Core’dinations Vellum Quotes & Titles – Inspirational Motivations
- Dusty Buddy
- Xyron 9″ Creative Station – Permanent Adhesive
- Xyron Tape Runner
- Petaloo Darjeeling Collection: Darjg Mix Mini Teasn; Mini Daisies with Leaves
- Petaloo Fancy Trims Black
- Spellbinders Labels Thirty-Three; Grand Caliber Machine
- Zva Creative Gem Flourish CR-06CA-104
- Graphic 45 Metal Buttons
- Stampendous Stamp
- Ranger Gold Embossing Powder
- Tsukineko/Imagine Crafts Delicata Ink- Golden Glitz; Sheer Shimmer Spritz- Gold; VersaMark Watermark Ink
- Heat Tool
- Pringles Chip Canister
Step 1. Measure around your container and cut paper to fit.
Step 2. Draw a template for your opening on scrap cardstock. Cut in the center of the paper as well as the canister.
Step 3. Stamp decorative border at the top and bottom of the paper with watermark ink. Heat emboss with gold powder. Tip: Sometimes metallic embossing powders leave a residue. Use the Dust Buddy after embossing to remove this powder.
Step 4. Run the paper through the Creative Station machine to apply adhesive. Carefully adhere to the canister, lining up the openings.
Step 5. Ink the back of the vellum quote with metallic gold. Die cut a frame using the Glitter Silk cardstock.
Step 6. Use the small tape runner to apply adhesive to the back of the frame. Center quote and trim the excess.
Step 7. Cut a circle to match the top of the canister. Add trim around the top and bottom of the canister and lid to hide the raw edges.
Step 8. Spritz the flowers with gold and let dry and add the embellishments to the canister to finish as shown.
So remember, look at your empty containers with a creative eye, before you take out your trash! See you soon.
Step 1. Spray tag with water and glycerin mixture of 16.1, crumble tag, dry, sand and iron flat.
Step 2. Punch out butterflies and flourish die cuts, sand and dust using the Dust Buddy.