It’s not too late to put together some quick and easy David Tutera Celebrate cards for that special someone in your life!
Start with a Red Step One base. Emboss a Step Two Zig Zag Edge sheet with an embossing folder of your choice. Then cut a piece from the Step Two Silver Metal embossed collection. Mat it with a black sheet from the bulk cardstock collection. Attach all to your card base. Then place your sticker onto another piece from the black sheet (one sheet should be able to mat both of these). Attach it to to your card. Then pick two different size flowers from the Step three flowers collection. Attach and add a large Rhinestone.
And next up Designer Jennifer Edwardson!
Hey there !! Today I’ve got a super cute little card to share ….. I often love the sweet size of an A1 card as it’s just a touch smaller than the A2 but still gives you a great space to create on the front of your card.
Because the David Tutera collection is created using Core’dinations cardstock, I ran my card base through my eBosser with a large embossing folder so I could sand off the top layer and show the dimension of the dot pattern…..
I took (3) white cardstock tags and adhered them at different heights at the bottom of the card and then gently trimmed off the excess. I wanted them to stand out a little more so I added some faux stitching along the edges using my black journal pen.
The Step 3 embellishment pkgs have some super cute pieces in them so it was easy to add a couple of cute little hearts to these tags and a chip sentiment too !!
Today is ALL about David Tutera Celebrate and DesignerJennifer Edwardson:
With Valentine’s Day almost here I have been using LOTS of red and pink and white and kraft Core’dinations cardstock !!!
I started with an A7 (5 x 7″) kraft cardstock card base and added a piece of Bronzed Glitter Silk cardstock and adhered it towards the right edge.
I love love love my embossing folders and have been waiting to use these heart themed ones for Valentine’s Day !! I used a piece of Barn Door from the Tim Holtz and Ranger Distress Collection and ran it through my embossing machine and lightly sanded of the top to really have the pattern stand out ……
For the large heart I used a piece of Antique Vanity from the Whitewash Collection and put it through my eBosser. I sanded off the top to show the pink color and then used my precision scissors to cut around the detailed edge of the heart. I raised it using 3D foam off to the right edge of the base and added a smaller red heart on top as well !!
I wanted to add a bit of ribbon to this card and chose this shear white American Crafts which worked perfectly with the whitewash cardstock ….. some alpha stickers to create a sentiment and this card is ready to give on the big day )
- A7 Kraft cardstock card base from the David Tutera Celebrate collection
- Glitter Silk Cardstock – bronzed
- Whitewash Cardstock – Antique Vanity
- Tim Holtz & Ranger Distress Collection – Barn Door
- Sand It Gadget & Dust Buddy
- American Crafts ribbon, misc. alphas
….. i LOVE these Step 2 overlays. They are such an easy way to add so much dimension and creativity to your card ….
I started with a kraft A2 card base and adhered this pre-embossed layer with a circle that was the perfect place to add this sweet Step 3 chip shape for my ‘love’ sentiment !!
I adhered a few Step 3 tiny flowers using 3D foam and added an adhesive backed pearl to the center of each to finish it off – ‘love’ it !!!
For my 2nd card I started with a burgundy A2 card base and ran it through my eBosser using a large embossing folder to add a little dimension.
I added a couple of die cut butterflies and a chip shape sentiment to finish off this simple yet sweet card that can be used for almost any occasion )
Supplies ‘love’ card:
Tutera Celebrate Step 1 – A2 Kraft Smooth Cards & Kraft Envelopes
Tutera Celebrate Step 2 – A2 Diecut Circle White (DT-GX-7200-27)
Tutera Celebrate Step 3 – ‘love’ chip shape
Tutera Celebrate Step 3 – flower dicut shapes and adhesive pearls
sided adhesive and 3D foam
Supplies ‘live laugh love’ card:
Tutera Celebrate Step 1 – A2 Parisian Nights Asst. Smooth Cards &
White Envelopes (DT-GX-7400-04)
Tutera Celebrate Step 3 – butterfly die cut shapes
Tutera Celebrate Step 3 – bird shapes (DT-GX-7300-19)
Tutera Celebrate Step 3 – ‘live laugh love’ chip shape
sided adhesive OR quick dry liquid glue
- OPTIONAL: Embossing machine &
AND one more from Jennifer. These super cute boxes can be used for ANY occasion
Happy almost Valentine’s Day !!! Today I have some super cute and easy treat containers to share with you ……
Like most girls, I like a little sparkle in my life and the Core’dinations Core Couture Glitter cardstock is PERFECT as it has just the right amount of shimmer and it DOESNT RUB OFF !!
For my Treat bag I used this fun glitter cardstock and for the little box I used my fave spotted jillian dot (love this cardstock )
Both of these are Silhouette cut files. Core’dinations cardstock works like a dream with this digital cutting system. Quick and easy cuts that were ready to fold into shape and get embellished !!
I gently sanded the dotted cardstock BEFORE i ran it through the Silhouette. This makes it easier so that you don’t tear the smaller notches and tabs that come with a box like this.
I used the negative heart shapes from the larger glitter bag to help embellish the white cardstock tag and then added a sentiment sticker to finish it off.
I just love this little bag …. so perfect for chocolate treats, cookies or gift cards too !! I added another Core’dinations tag that I embellished with a scalloped shape punch using red Core Essentials cardstock and added a heart shaped sticker and tied it on using white sheer ribbon ….. such a fun bag for any occasion !!!
- Core Couture Glitter Cardstock – Stiletto
- Spotted Jillian Dot Cardstock – Roasted Pepper
- Canvas Textures Tags – White Medium
- Core Essentials – Poinsettia
- David Tutera Celebrate – Step 3 Sentiment Stickers
- Sand It Gadget & Dust Buddy
- American Crafts white sheer ribbon
Only a few more days until Christmas! One of the things that is SO GREAT about Core’dinations is that you can mix and match our lines beautifully. They all core’dinate…even our Core’dinations lines and David Tutera Celebrate Cardmaking System. Designer Jennifer Edwardson does this for us today!
Only a few more days until Christmas! Let’s get those cards done and mailed, right? Well if you are like me then you are always a bit behind. That is why David Tutera Celebrate cardmaking system is for YOU! You can mix and match the layers AND mix it with some Core’dinations carstock, too!!! Let’s take a look at what Jennifer Edwardson did with it today:
Like many of you I know, I too have been making Christmas cards like crazy lately and I’ve got a couple to share with you today !!
I started with an A7 (5 x 7) David Tutera card base and put it through my embossing machine with my fave Darice snowflake embossing folder.
I created the first ‘tree’ by punching snowflakes from white Glitter Silk cardstock and rasied them with 3D foam. I embossed a piece of brown cardstock from the Tim Holtz & Ranger Distress 4 1/4 x 5 1/2″ paper pad (LOVE these – cardmakers NEED these pads) ….. I used the Darice woodgrain embossing folder and then sanded the top lightly to show the pattern !!
I added a star and sentiment from the David Tutera Celebrate Step 3 embellishment packs and finished this one off with some red twine.
I created the 2nd card using the same steps but different cardstock !!
I started with the same kraft card base and then punched smaller heart shapes from Tim Holtz Kraft-Core Shattered cardstock and raised them using 3D foam …..
I punched a circle from the Tim Holtz & Ranger Distress cardstock pack and embossed it with a circle embossing folder and lightly sanded off the top for the ‘trunk’ of the tree ……
…… again the tree top and sentiment are from the Step 3 packs by David Tutera Celebrate with a little red twine wrapping it all up with a bow !!!
……. 2 different ways to create the same Christmas-y card featuring Core’dinations and David Tutera Celebrate !!!
Sand It Gadget
Hemptique Twine – red
And a few quick cards using the David Tutera Celebrate Cardmaking system from Debbie Standard
! Again..we cannot stay this enough but they are as easy as ONE-TWO-THREE!
Debbie embossed her cardbase here like Jennifer did above. Don’t be afraid to have fun with your premade cardbases!
Oh and how about some white on white? LOOOOVE it! The Glitter Silk is so perfect for this!
Today we have some cards from David Tutera Celebrate Cardmaking system from one of our Designers …Jennifer Edwardson! If you love these cards make sure you check out her blog here
! First up Jennifer mixed and match our Core’dinations Whitewash with a David Tutera Cardbase:
I love the look of ribbon folded paper and have done it before in different ways but I wanted to make a sweet and simple card using the White Wash and a border punch (LOVE the White Wash) …..
I started with a white A2 (4.25 x 5.5″) card base from the David Tutera Celebrate card making system. I cut (4) 2 x 5 1/2″ pieces of white wash and then ran each piece through the same border punch. I lightly sanded the top of each piece to see the colors show through and then started to layer them onto my card base.
I ran a strip of double sided tape along the top of each piece and adhered that part down first, starting at the bottom of the base and working up. Then I put 3D foam under the bottom punched edge to raise it off the base. I layered each one on top of the other and then wrapped some ribbon at the edge of the top piece. I stamped a thank you sentiment on the top right corner to finish it off ….. Super simple but super sweet - easy to use for any occasion !!
– Grandma’s Rocker, Cottage Porch, Corner Hutch, Garden Gate
And another card from Designer Jennifer Edwardson:
I love the look of chevron on just about anything so I decided to create this quick and easy card with a chevron theme.
I started with an A2 white card base. I chose a piece of blue cardstock from the A2 Bulk Sheets pkg and ran it through my Big Shot using a Chevron embossing folder. I lightly sanded off the top to show the pattern and then started to layer (5) pieces from the A2 Border Strips pkg. They were a bit long as I turned the card to open vertically, so I just snipped the ends of the strips off. I chose the layered ‘thank you’ from the ‘Thanks 1 Sentiments’ sheets to finish it off …. add the included envelope and it’s good to go !!
A2 White Smooth Cards & Envelopes
A2 Bulk Sheets Asst.
A2 Border Strips
Thanks 1 Sentiments
Sand It Gadget
Darice Embossing Folder – Chevron (1218-68)
Let’s Celebrate Saturday…with David Tutera Celebrate cardmaking system!!!
The David Tutera Card Making system is fantastic for quick, easy and beautiful cards, but it is also perfect to create mini albums too! Designer Jennifer Edwardson created a super cute and FUN mini album for us today…ENJOY!
I chose several pieces to put this fun birthday mini together. The ‘cover’ to my album is a 5 1/2″ card base and the pages are (2) A7 (5 x 7″) white card bases. I layered these together and then used my Crop A Dile to punch 2 holes in the spine to thread my twine through.
To embellish the cover I used tags, ballons, twine and a layered sentiment sticker from Step 3 of this system. The bits to embellish with are so cute and together with some Bella Blvd. alphas they were perfect !!
Once I had my album bound together I started to create all the pockets and photos onto my pages. I added A2 and A1 cards to the main pages to create more spots for photos and cut the edges of a few for ‘hidden’ journaling spots. I left these space blank as Alex wants to write his memories of his special day in this album (LOVE this
I love how it all came together and this shows that by taking great basics and putting them together, you can create amazing ‘step outside the box’ projects !!!
5 1/2″ Prince Asst. Smooth Cards
A7 White Smooth Cards & Envelopes
A7 Neutral Smooth Cards & Envelopes
A1 Vintage Paper Asst. Canvas Cards & Envelopes
Asst. Tags Deco Edge White
Asst. Tags Neutral
Happy Birthday 2 Sentiments
Tillie Dot Cardstock
Other – Bella Blvd. Birthday Boy collection
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