- Tim Holtz & Ranger Distress CollectionTim Holtz Kraft-Core CollectionChocolate Box: 4.25″ x 5.5″, Cut & Emboss
- CoreTag: Large Smooth Fashion Ivory
- Sand It Gadget
- Dust BuddyOther Supplies:Couture Creations Embossing FolderRanger Archival Ink & Tim Holtz Distress Ink
- Unity Stamp Co.
- Fiskars Border Punch
- Echo Park Sticker
One of the great things about Core’dinations is it’s versatility. Using the same piece of blue cardstock, you can create different tears to look like waves. Sanding the torn pieces even more, gives even more color and texture.
Tombow adhesive, David Tutera Pearls from Darice, Lifestyle Crafts die cut, Twinery Twine.
Our Core Couture makes these flip fops sparkley and cute! Add a little pearl and you have the perfect finishing touch.
We are back with more Core Tags! This time we have moved on to the Christmas theme because you can never have too many tags this time of year, right?
First up we have some Tags from Kate Nolan-Denham. I looove all the details that Kate gets on her tags! Grab those embossing folders…don’t be nervous! You can pop out that metal gromment and run it through your embossing machine or you can just put the folder right below it like Kate did on this first tag:
And our Smooth tags are PERFECT for stamping!
Stampin’ Up Stamps
Sizzix Dies & Embosssing Folder
EKSucess Border Punch
Ranger Archival Ink & Stickles
Queen & Co Bling
And Heather Kaesgan has some great tags for us today, too! And for this first tag, Heather used her scallop bunch along the bottom. There are SO many things you can do with our tags…sky is the limit!
How cute is Rudolph in the brown with his red nose bling?
Supply list for Heather’s Tags:
Anna Griffin Embossing Folder
Silhouette – tree # 50884
Sand It Gadget
Darice Embossing Folder
David Tutera Sticker
Sand It Gadget
Sizzix Embossing Folder
“Merry Christmas” Silhouette File # 4347
Darice Embossing Folder
Wahoo! Our site is up and we are ready to rock-n-roll! But we did lose a few blog posts from earlier this week so today is one of those posts. Unfortunately they were some Fourth of July posts so it may seem a little late so sorry about that!
BUT the good thing is that you can make these stars ANY time of the year! They look SO good on layouts, too. Keep on reading for some great step-by-step directions from Designer Kate Nolan-Denham!
1)Create a card base, A2 size, made out of Red Rose Core’dinations Cardstock.
2)Cut a piece of White Glove CoreCouture Glitter Cardstock to 4″ x 5.25″. Glue to card base.
3)Deboss a piece of Navy Cardstock from the 4.25 x 5.5″ Darks collection and layer it on top of the white mat. I used Craft Concepts Solid Stars embossing folder for this card. The debossing is a GREAT contrast to the raised stars, don’t you think?
4)Die cut 3 larger stars in different sizes and 2 small stars out of the Red Rose cardstock leftover from making the base of the card. I used Sizzix Star Framelits.
5)Score each large star at each point.
6)Scor the stars along the scored lines and sand them with the Sandit Gadget to give them a 3-D effect.
7)Die cut a label shape out of the White Glove CoreCouture Glitter Cardstock, trim the bottom of it so it will be flush with the White Glove mat already on the card.
8)Stamp the sentiment on the label you die cut in #7. I used Spellbinders Label.
9)Add the stars and sentiment label to the card using 3-D foam. I used Helmar Zapdots.
10)Give to someone. This card is bound to brighten anyone’s day!
Core’dinations 12×12 Darks – Red Rose
Core’dinations 4.25 x 5.5 Darks – Navy
Core Couture 6×6 – White Gloves
Sand it Gadget
Scor-Buddy by Scor-Pal
Helmar Quick Fix Adhesive & ZapDots
Spellbinders & Sizzix Dies
Stampin’ Up! Stamp
Not sure about you but wedding season is in full swing for us in the summer and today Designer Gail Linder has some gorgeous engagement cards for you today. Gail mixes and matches our cardstock brilliantly! Glitter Silk and Chocolate Box? Fabulous!
Here is a little bit about these gorgeous cards from Gail:
So with Easter right around the corner, what do you think of? Um, CHOCOLATE CANDY! Not sure if you hang out with us on Facebook but I posted a question over there about the endless debate of what is the best Easter candy. So why not share some Chocolate with you today?
That is Chocolate Box cardstock!
And don’t forget about our Challenge for this month! How many embossed designs can you get on your layouts????
Check out DETAILS HERE!
And one more Chocolate Box cardstock for all you chocolate lovers out there:
This one is from Designer Shaunte Wadley. She used her Scor-Pal to create the border and the Scor-Buddy for the dots. Such a GREAT way to add a simple border. And don’t be afraid to mix and match the different Chocolate Box washes together. It’s just like mixing and matching patterned paper. For a video on how to Scor on your layouts click here.