Paperclipping Videos

February 19, 2010 by  
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The new images for Core’dinations New Releases have been posted here on our site so make sure you check them out!

Here are some layouts using the new Cosmo Cricket Embossed Cardstock

Lydia Jackson:

And another fun layout from Cari Locken:

Want to check out some YouTube videos from CHA??? Click on these links and check out the Paper Clipping videos to see the new cardstock up close and personal!

Core Impressions Video

Core Amour Video

Happy Chinese New Year!

February 16, 2010 by  
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We want to wish you a very happy Chinese New Year! Celebrations began Sunday, February, 14th. In honour of that we have a fun project from Hera Frei using some of the NEW embossed Core’dinations!

Who LOVES Whitewash?

February 12, 2010 by  
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There is nothing betting than adding a wonderful accent to your projects just by sanding. It is so easy yet gives such a dramatic pop, especially when the Core is red.

Kim Moreno made these gorgeous Valentine Cards that focus on Whitewash. The black and white backgrounds totally set off the red core!

OH how we LOVE to emboss…

February 11, 2010 by  
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We are continuing our LOVE theme this month with a super simple way to frame your layout from Cari Locken.

You don’t even need a fancy embossing machine for this either, you can use a Scor It or just a stylus and a ruler. Remember to score the back of your cardstock and sand the front to show the Core.

This simple technique frames the layout and draws you immediately to the focal point of this sweet photo!

We’re counting down until the New Year…

December 29, 2009 by  
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… with Kim Moreno!

1. What is your most treasured Holiday memory? It had to be when I had all my kids together at the house with all the grandkids.

2. Do you have any special Holiday traditions that are unique to you and your family? The kids always open a package after church on Christmas Eve service. They laid out cookies and milk for Santa. I decorate the outside of the house like the Grizwalds – about 50+ strands of lights. I have tons of Christmas decorations.

3. What kind of {scrapbooking} projects are you creating this year for this Holiday Season?
I am (still) working on two mini albums for my nieces for Christmas. I make around 50 Christmas cards for family and all the people I work with.

The second to last day of our Countdown has arrived…

December 23, 2009 by  
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And here on the East Coast it is cooooooooold and we just got hit with a ton of snow! We have our final day for the countdown today with Ellen Sosnoski.

Make sure you check back later this week…we will still be blogging!

1. What is your most treasured Holiday memory? My favorite Holiday memory is making cookies with my Grandma and Aunt Sandra. Every year I would go over to one of their houses and we would bake ALL day. We made THREE batches of butter cookies. Since I was the young one, I had to mix everything {you have to do it by hand at the end} and I would have to do the cookie press. I still swear til this day that they just used me for my muscles ;) But seriously…it was “our thing” and even when I was in college I would go over on Thanksgiving break before I left and we would bake the day away. This is the first year we made Grandma’s butter cookies without her.

2. Do you have any special Holiday traditions that are unique to you and your family? We have started some on our own, one of the most fun ones is the Pickle. There is a German tradition to hide the pickle ornament on the tree and the first one up that finds it gets a special present. Owen and I also make some kind of Gingerbread structure every year…this year we are making a train.

3. What kind of {scrapbooking} projects are you creating this year for this Holiday Season? I did a lot of hand crafted things this year…a lot more than other years. I did a few ornaments, some altered tins for gifts and an advent wall hanging. No cards though, I still order them ;)

Here is a little Wall Hanging I did using some Chocolate box Cardstock:

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