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Rosemary used the Whitewash collection for this amazing invitation.
Cindy made this festive Halloween card just in time for next week!
And Betty made this beautiful tri-folded card utilizing the Whitewash Cardstock.
We wanted to share with you this amazing project from Diane. The colors are beautiful and the detail is amazing. Please visit her blog for more wonderful inspiration. Thanks so much for sharing this with us Diane!
Maggie on the Farm:
The embossed and sanded frame really draws your eye in to that sweet photo!
Here is a little about the layout in Sophie’s own words:
Title: First Kiss
Journalling: Both of us decided that our 1St kiss wil lbe at the altar. When the momoent finally came, it was humorous when Pastor called for us to kiss twice!
Description: I love the white spaces in this sketch! So this picture was scrapped as I love how the space in the air well of the church building is emphasised by the white space. My Beloved and I decided when we first dated that our first kiss will be at the altar on our wedding day. So when it finally arrived, it was certainly worth the wait! Pastor played along – he actually called us to kiss twice, claiming that he missed it the first time we kissed!
Sometimes you come across amazing projects that you cannot take your eyes off of…and this is one of those. Lesley, who hangs her hat over at Cocoa Daisy, made this stunning box using the Core’dinations Black Magic Collection. It really showcases the core of the cardstock and how you can accent it so easily with just tearing your shapes right out of the paper.
Thanks for letting us share your creation, Lesely!
Do you have a Dymo Labeler? I know I don’t and I am kicking myself right now.
I just love this technique and Core’dinations Cardstock is perfect for it! Thanks so much for Megan Smith who did this tutorial on how to thread your strips of Core’dinations through your Dymo Labeler.
It’s this easy!
And a close up of the strips after you sand them:
Finally, add them to your layout and you have a unique way to journal on any layout or project.