Welcome to our First Ever 12 Days of Techniques. We are excited to share with you some of our favorite techniques using our unique color core cardstock. Each day a Design Team member is going to share a project featuring a technique with Core’dinationscardstock. We have TWELVE unique and amazing days lined up for you leading right into Christmas Eve Day.
In case you are just joining us today here is what we covered so far:
Day One: Sanding
Day Two: Tearing
Day Three: Embossing
Day Four: Debossing
Day Five: Distressing
Day Six: Scoring
Day Seven: Outlining
Day Eight: Label
Day Nine: Antiquing
Day Ten: Corrugating
And Today’s Technique is AS IS!
Each day we will be giving away a great selection of Core’dinations! Each prize will also receive a Dust Buddy and our NEW Sand It Gadget! And today we have one of our favorite sponsors and they have a prize for you in addition to the Core’dinations prize pack! Make sure you leave a comment here letting us know how much you have been enjoying the 12 Days of Techniques! AND if you missed any of the previous days, you can check out the videos by CLICKING HERE.
AND today we have some extra goodies for you to win from….
Queen & Co. has a wonderful selection of embellishments and their colors are designed to Core’dinate specifically with our cardstock!!!
So I mentioned that today’s is to use our Core’dinations Cardstock just as it is. What does that mean exactly? You don’t always have to sand Core’dinations in order to enjoy the great quality. Core’dinations can be your go to cardstock for all your projects. Today Design Team member Kimber McGray created projects with stamping. Yes, you can stamp on your Core! If you don’t like to stamp on textured cardstock, than just flip it over and use the back. Notice how Kimber stamped on the backside but then used the textured side (the front) of the Core’dinations for her layered card bases. Beautiful!
Note on this first card that Kimber also drew a frame on the card base…don’t be afraid to write on your Core, too!
Look closely at this card. Kimer embossed on the textured white card base. GORGEOUS!
And another beauty here using some color blocking as the base. No sanding required!
So who is ready for yesterday’s WINNER??????????????????
Wow, what a great idea!
SEE YOU TOMORROW FOR THE LAST DAY!!!
Happy Monday! We hope you had a great weekend. It is Monday again and time to share some great ways you can use Core’dinations as your go to cardstock.
Today’s tip comes from Kandis. On this layout, Kandis turned over her cardstock and used the backside! We LOVE our backsides here at Core’dinations. And doesn’t it look great paired with some Cosmo Cricket Core Impressions? Don’t be afraid to mix and match the different lines of Core’dinations like Kandis did on this layout:
And don’t forget your rubons. Core’dinations Cardstock works great with any kind of rubons, too.
Today we are sharing some layouts from the team that showcase how Core’dinations can be your “go to” cardstock.
And here is a layout from Cari. She does a bit of sanding on her 12×12 base but she also prints directly on her Cored’inations for her journaling. Even though there is a bit of texture on Core’dinations cardstock, you can still print and stamp on it and it looks great!
Is it Monday again already? AND it’s April! Time just flies by, doesn’t it? Well, speaking of flying….
Today we want to share with you another way that Core’dinations is our go to cardstock for all of our projects. L@@k at these sweet butterfly and star cupcake toppers Paula made for her Daughter’s Birthday:
Here Paula just layered two colors of coordinating cardstock, rounded the edges and, Voila! She has simple, elegant and sweet invitations:
Today we wanted to share with you some other great ways you can use Core’dinations as your go to cardstock just in case you aren’t convinced yet ;).
Paula Gilarde has some great layouts where she printed directly on her Core’dinations Cardstock.
Here Paula combined printing on her Core’dinations and she added some Whitewash clouds, too, showcasing how versatile Core’dinations can be for your everyday scrappbooking needs.
And another gorgeous example: