Designer Mary Pat Siehl is working her Core magic today!

Hope you are ready for a GREAT weekend! Today we have some great layouts from Designer Mary Pat Siehl.  Here is a littl bit about these projects from Mary herself.

 

I love trying new techniques and Core Cardstock is just so perfect for everything. I love how it handles the different types of medium. For my project I first sanded the Spotted Cardstock. I then applied a light amount of paint. I then tore the cardstock to expose the Core. I then cut several embellishments using my Silhouette out of the Core and I lightly sanded them. ( I don’t know about you but I love making my own embellies!). Finally I added some of the new Smooth Core Tags. I am really addicted them right now!

 

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Supply list:
Cardstock- Tim Hotlz Distress Collection, Spotted 12×12
Tags- Core Smooth Tags
paper- Fancy Pants
Die Cut Tags- Elle’s Studio
wood veneer- freckled fawn
Misc. Paint
Sewing Machine
Silhouette
Sand It
Dust Buddy

And another layout working that Cosmo Cricket Core Impressions….

One of the things I love about Core Cardstock is that no matter what type of  Core cardstock you are using they all work together so nicely.  In this layout I used some of the Core Impressions mixed with some Core that I embossed myself.  I love how it looks all sanded.  The cardstock is so perfect for the base and main focus of your layout!

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 Supply list:

Cardstock- Core Impressions (Jillibean Soup), Cosmo Cricket Cream Woodgrain, Core Essentials Cardstock Pastels
Tags- Core’dinations Smooth Tags
paper- American Crafts, Elle’s Studio
Vellum – American Crafts
flair- a flair for buttons
twine- the stringery
wood veneer- studio calico and freckled fawn
alphabet stickers- jillibean soup and Glitz
Silhouette
Embossing folder- cuttlebug
Sand it
Dust Buddy

 

 

 

Sand, Sand, Sand

September 13, 2012 by  
Filed under Core Blog

Wow..is it Thursday already?

We had a bunch of announcements including our Card DT and September Guest Designer, Rebecca Keppel so make sure you bop around the blog for some fabulous inspiration!

Today we have a very cool layout from Design Team Member Leica Forrest! So Sand…Sand…Sand…does it ever get old? NO WAY! We love how Leica just sanded the Jillianbean Soup Core Impressions around the photo to create a beautiful focal point. AND she inked the Jenni Bowlin Core Impression Everyday Collection strips to really make them pop. Remember to Sand with a Sand It Gadget, then  use your Dust Buddy THEN ink.

OR you could even turn it over and use the back side! Cool, huh?

Mark your Calendars!

Card Design Team call update:  We are still narrowing down entries.  We are HOPING to have a decision by the end of the week.

This is not an easy process and something we don’t take lightly so we appreciate your patience!

It is going to be GREAT! We always have such a GREAT time doing our cross promotions!

So here is a little taste of some of the Petaloo flowers created specifically to match our papers!!! How much do you love the fact that you have everything that will core’dinate at your finger tips?  It makes creating easy AND beautiful!

Melissa used a bunch of Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L on this layout, too!  She used the Dodz to adhere the flowers (once these guys go down they aren’t going anywhere!) and some of the 3D foam adhesive for the hand cut flowers that she alternated with the Petaloo flowers. Did you know those hand cut flowers are from our Jillibean Soup Core Impressions pack? Melissa also used some Vintage cardstock (green) and Fancy Pants Core Impressions (yellow) and Core Essentials (pink).

Here is a close up of the Whitewash hearts and the 3d Foam adhesive on the flowers.

Day Five with Bella Blvd

June 22, 2012 by  
Filed under Core Blog

Sniff Sniff. I don’t know about you but this has been an AWESOME week! Our team has create some really gorgeous  projects showing off just how great Core’dinations Cardstock goes with the beautiful Bella Blvdproducts. From fabulous patterned papers …to alpha letters …to fun designer tape…Bella Blvd has  products for every paper crafter.

We are hope you had fun!

So sit back, relax, and get ready to be inspired. Our Design Teams have worked hard for you!  AND we would LOVE it {and I know they would, too} if you could head over to their Facebook page and give them a great big “HI!” from us and the Bella Blvd blog is looking fabulous, too!  There have been giveaways almost every day between the both blogs so make sure you check out  EVERY day!

And guess what?!  We have two packs of Glitter Silk cardstock to  giveaway so make sure you head back to every post this week here on the Core blog to find the blog posts to comment to win. We won’t pick a winner until Monday!

AND Bella Blvd is giving away THIS on their blog today! So head over there to comment to win and, of course, see the gorgeous projects there DT created today.

Today Design Team Member April Derrick created some super cool layouts for us! April works the ink and mists like no other!

First she sanded the Whitewash Jillibean Soup Core impressions and then added loads of color with blue ink. All that texture is FABULOUS!

And how about some Whitewash with Bella Blvd? LOVE!

And Tim Holtz Kraft Core…ooooh….ahhhhhh! Looks fab against all those gorgeous colors!  And notice how April outlines certain elements in black to make them “pop”?

Fabulous Friday

March 30, 2012 by  
Filed under Core Blog, Jenni Bowlin, Jillibean Soup

So I hope you have loads of good things to do this weekend! And if  you are crafting, I hope it’s gonna be with some Core.

Need some inspiration?  Don’t forget about our Hard Core Crafter program! We just loaded some new videos just in time for the weekend for you to get crafty. Join or Login in here. You don’t want to miss out on exclusive videos AND giveaways!!!

Today we have some super cute mini’s from Design Team Member Leica Forrest. using some Jillibean Soup Core Impressions.

The Jenni Bowlin Mini Calendar papers are the perfect fit for the front page of this album, don’t you think???

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