Hi there! Suzanna here with a seasonal Tim Holtz Kraft Core Seasonal Impressions layout to share with you using one of the individual embossed papers focusing on the American No. 17 sheet. It’s perfect for the 4th of July.
Embossing Folder – Tim Holtz
Cut File – 3d Banner, Design ID #53911
Silhouette Cameo: Font - Independence
Twine – The Twinery
Wood Veneer – Freckled Fawn, Studio Calico
Dies – Lifestyle Craft, Die-Versions
I selectively sanded the word that corresponded with my theme. I also happen to have the Tim Holtz embossing folder that matches this pre-embossed cardstock and was able to fussy cut the 4 in a slightly bigger size. It worked out perfectly!
This entire layout was created using all Kraft Core products! I love the vintage feel it gives to the layout.
Another fun technique that is unique to Core’dinations cardstock is the ability to run it through your label maker for some fun banners. By sanding the raised print, like I did on the little red flag to reveal the colored core underneath, you can really see the letters!
With Design Team Member Debbie Standard!
Core’dination’s has so many wonderful collections to choose from it makes creating easy! I love this Pink Paisley Impression’s collection. I picked pink for my page and sanded it with my Sand it Gadget so that the embossing would stand out more. Then I used my Dust Buddy to collect the extra dust from the sanding. Next I chose a piece of the Spotted Jillian collection – attached it with my Xyron mega runner and stitched on it. I added some of the pastel Core’dination’s tags and layered it. I added a David Tutera tag on which I stamped. Then using some of the Glitter Silk collection I punched out some snowflakes and topped them with pearls and pom poms from Queen & Co. I created a little film strip along the bottom of my photos of more of the photos from the day.
I hope this post finds you warm and cozy! Suzanna here from Life’s Trivialities to share with you a winter layout created with left over scraps of Coredinations cardstock. Gather colors in the hues of a pleasing snowy palate, emboss a few and lay them out as you would a cozy warm quilt. In order to tie the paper into the theme of the layout, chose snow filled embossing folders. Fill in some holes with David Tutera tags and zig zag with your sewing machine (or use a pen for faux stitching). The layers of the layout in some places are as numerous as the layers you will need to be out in that winter wonderland. Voila! The base of your layout, it’s that easy!
oooohhhh! aaaahhh! Core Tags!
This is a great way to use multiple embossing techniques and different cardstocks!
Spotted Jillian; Aqueduct http://www.coredinations.com/index.php/products/spotted/spotted-12×12/
Glitter Silk 6×6; Glitter Girl http://www.coredinations.com/index.php/products/glitter-silk/
Gemstones Collection http://www.coredinations.com/index.php/products/specialty-collections/gemstones-collection/
Core Impressions; Fancy Pants Collection: Refreshed http://www.coredinations.com/index.php/products/core-impressions/fancy-pants-collection/
Core Tags; Smooth Tag; Gift Tag White http://www.coredinations.com/index.php/products/core-tags/
David Tuterra Tags
Embossing Folders: Darice, Stampin Up
Die: Memory Box, Avery Elle
Stamps: Avery Elle, Stampin Up
Ribbong: Tim Holtz
Paper Clip: Prima
Alpha Letters: American Crafts
I cut the snowflakes out of Core’dinations Snowflake using my Silhoutte, painted the die cut with some glue and added some fine glitter.
American Crafts Thickers
Every month we challenge our designers with something fun and this month it was all about monochromatic color schemes.
Did you get the August newsletter? Well if you did then you got a FREE downloadable PDF from Designer Mary Pat Siehl featuring a quick “how to” on how to create EASY monochromatic looks with just embossing! Core makes scrapbooking easy, don’t you think? By being a Hard Core Crafter you are automatically signed up for our newsletter.
Our Design Team also did some for us today as well. As you can tell our team likes blue
First up Kate Nolan-Deham…Kate used a banner to really enhance her monochromatic color scheme. And how sweet is her Glitter Silk dress form that she embellished!
And look at all this texture from Designer Gail Linder??!?! LOVE how she chose to use some yellow…a color I think a lot of scrappers struggle with:
A super simple card from Designer Ava Gavloski…monochromatic doesn’t need to be complicated….
and one last card from Designer Heather Kaesgan…LOVE how she mixed in some Gemstones for her monochromatic look for that bit of shimmer….
Clare Buswell used our Core Amour Cardstock to create a unique monochromatic look:
And Tracy Gruber always creates the CUTEST cards….hippo-ray, LOL! So cuuuuute! And monochromatic doesn’t need to be the exact same color. Tracy used different hues of purple for hers and added some Gemstones as well.
And how about a Pink Monochromatic layout from Designer Ava Gavloski? Look at all that gorgeous detail! Using the BasicGrey Core Impressions for her base and then just adding fabulous bits and pieces in pink and white….
Wahooooooo! We are super excited to have a GREAT week lined up for you with Imaginisce this week. Here is today’s list. Make sure you hit all of them for more chances to WIN!
Leave a comment on each designer’s blog post & the company blog posts EACH day. Don’t forget our Facebook Page and Imaginisce’s Facebook page as well…tons of inspiration there, too! We just celebrated 15 Likes and give away a lot over there so you won’t want to miss anthing there.
Here’s a looky at what you might be seeing along the way….
Did someone say prizes? Look what is up for grabs?
Missed yesterday’s line up?
What a wonderful Monday! We are hanging out with Imaginisce ALL WEEK LONG!
Here is today’s list. Make sure you hit all of them for more chances to WIN! Keep on reading for those great prizes. So all you need to do to win is a few things:
Mary Pat Siehl
Looking for a sneak of what you might see on your way? L@@k at all that torn Vintage Cardstock!
Did someone say prizes? Look what is up for grabs….All you need to do is comment on the design team blogs all week long and we will pick a random winner. Make sure you head over to the Imaginisce Blog to win, too!