What a great day…the sun is shining…only a few more days until Friday…what more can we ask for? WELL, Designer Debbie Standard has some layouts for you today.
This layout brought a smile to my face today. First up the Cosmo Cricket Woodgrain background…and the colors…yellow…gray…and that pop of red are just awesome! Oh and you cannot forget about the Tim Holtz Kraft-Core Seasonal Impressions. Debbie hand cut those details for her title and subtitles.
And how cute is this??? Debbie was inspired by all the sunburst layouts she has been seeing on Pinterest. SPEAKING of Pinterest…make sure you follow us on our page HERE! What a great way to use up those scraps of Core you have in your bin. AND all those lush embossed (and sanded of course!) designs are gorgeous, gorgeous!
Debbie cut, embossed and sanded each section and then created the sunburst effect along the top. Then she added the Stacy Julian Core Impressions pre-embossed words along the side. Then she added some clouds that she die cut using the Whitewash collection which makes really great clouds by the way because you can lightly sand them and bring out the blue tones.
Stacy Jullian collection
White Wash Collection 6 X 6
Embossing folders – numerous
Sand It Gadget
Queen & Co. Washi tape and gems
Hello! My name is Kate Nolan-Denham, but I answer to Katie, Mom, and Mimi, too. I live in Maine with my dear hubby (Scott), our youngest daughter(Lily) and two dogs(Lexi & Ryder). Our oldest daughter(Kass) lives nearby with our two grandsons(Chase & Seth). We are so lucky to live in a small community that is situated only 45 minutes from the ocean and the mountains. By day, I am an Office Manager for a Speech-Language Pathology Center. I love my day job because the women I work with do great work and have huge hearts! I was encouraged to start scrapbooking by a dear friend who insisted that scrapbooking was “so me.” She was right! Twelve years later my love of paper crafting has evolved to include scrapbooking, card making, stamping, altered art, and a dabbling of mixed-media. My style is clean and colorful (most of the time). I have had the honor of being on several design teams during the last few years, but I am especially excited about joining the Core’dinations team. Now I can check it off my bucket list!
Check out more awesome projects on Kate’s blog HERE!
This layout is so pretty and this is my favorite paper pack yet!
Yes, you heard me right….
A layout with the David Tutera Celebrate Cardmaking System! Trine always does beautiful work and this layout is no exception. She mixed and matched some Jenni Bowlin Everyday Core Impressions with bits and pieces of the Steps 2 Lace Doily Assortment and Die Cut Label Assortments and Steps 3.
Isn’t it gorgeous? And the little banner from the Flower and Heart Seals and the Wedding Shapes. This line is so versatile and makes even layouts easy and beautiful!
Someone pointed out about the little envelope…I don’t know how we missed this the first time around. That is one of our Step 3 Bookmarks! Trine just folded it to make it look like a cute little envie!
And just to keep you updated…the new Design Team members have been notified via email. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for all of the amazing applications.
First up we have an announcement!!! Get ready for Monday!!!
Today we are seeing spots with Design Team Member Andrea Amu. Our two Spotted Collections are Jillian (embossed small dot) and Tillie (embossed larger dot) that are just perfect for any papercrafting project.
Andrea used Core’dinations Jillian Spotted collection on this beautiful card:
And some Tillie Spots in Mantis for this fun layout. Look closely, Andrea did some really cool misting right over the sanding.
Happy Friday Everyone!
Today we have a gorgeous layout from Design Team Member Andrea Amu featuring some mixing and matching of our Core Impressions lines. That is one of the coolest things about our cardstock. You can mix and match it making endless combinations!
Sand (of course!) and add some of your favorite embellishments and Voila!
You have a gorgeous layout like this:
And check out this gorgeous work with the Cricut using the Core Essentials: