Torn Cardstock Halloween Witch Hat

I looooove Halloween! And when I got my hands on this Darice witch hat, I knew it screamed the need for some  Core’dinations Cardstock.

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Torn Cardstock Witch Hat Supplies:

Step 1: Paint the top and bottom of the hat black just in case any of the base of the hat sneaks through. Basic black craft paint works just fine.

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Step 2: Tear different strips of Core’dinations ColorCore cardstock. Paper tearing never gets old! Core is great for this because the color core looks great. For tips on tearing our cardstock, view our videos here. Tear the strips, sand them with Sand it Gadget and white off with Dust Buddy. Using the Dust Buddy is important because it helps the adhesive stick.

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Step 3: Adhere torn strips, rotating colors and patterns on the top of the hat and finish off with some May Arts Ribbon.

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Step 4: Place on a pumpkin or other decoration.

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~Ellen

 

Halloween Inspiration

October 27, 2011 by  
Filed under Core Blog, Petaloo, Provocraft

First up we have a May Arts/Petaloo week winner!

Marcia D says:

October 21, 2011 at 9:25 pm

Awesome witch hat! Love it!

email Ellen_Sosnoski@coredinations.com with your address information by next Wednesday, November 2nd.

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Today we have a super cute bag from Design Team Member Debbie Standard.

There are so many awesome details on this bag that I would sit down with your morning coffee and get ready to be inspired!

Have you ever printed digital images on your Core?  Well, this gorgeous bag is a great example of how Core is your go to cardstock for any project.

Here is a little bit about the bag from Debbie, “The flowers are from the Cuttlebug flower making kit,  some are from a tutorial by Heidi Van Lear and then some are free hand cut and I swirled them. The digital images are from Faith over at D2D.” AND Debbie also backed some of the flowers with Petaloo Color Matching flowers.

Debbie used a ton of core on here...Core Essentials, Whitewash (some of the flowers, Cemetery Stone, Spooky House), some Black Magic on the Fence….just a FABULOUS mix of Core on this festive project.

Debbie used our Core  Colour Lover’s Challenge for her inspiration. You have until

Monday to get these linked for a chance to win some goooodies!

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