Step #2: Trim bowl edges if necessary.
Prepare your work area – we just use and old plastic placemat.
Cover the entire bowl with Modge Podge, first one side and then the other.
Let dry overnight.
Step #3: Your finished project!
Such a great way to use those scraps of cardstock!
That is the question for this Tuesday’s Tip.
How do you decide whether a projects needs that little extra touch of sanding? We would love to hear your thoughts!
Today’s Find comes from Beth Ullman. Beth does amazing work with her Cuttlebug and Cricut. We know that both of those tools go with Core’dinations beautifully!
The Black Magic Cardstock looks gorgeous on this box!
Take a look at the view from the top…..Beautiful!
Did you know Core’dinations can also be used as your go-to cardstock. . . no technique required? We all love the different techniques such as sanding, tearing, embossing and all the other techniques you can do BUT Core’dinations Cardstock can be used as your everyday cardstock, too.
Here are some great designs from our DT that showcase how you can use Core’dinations as your everyday, reach for first, cardstock. You can use it to mount photos, as your background, journal on it and print on it, too!
Here are some great examples of those techniques:
We love finding gorgeous creations with Core’dinations Cardstock and these are no exception!
Enfys Cashmore made this gorgeous card with layers and layers of Whitewash:
Make sure you check out her blog here for some more fabulous creations.
And Maria Gurnsey made this beautiful card with some simple embossing and sanding:
check out more of her great creations at her blog here.