Just wanted to give you a little heads up for something we have brewing next month…
Core’dinations Color Cardstock is teaming up with the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog for an exciting Festival November 18th to the 21st. Core’dinations is offering a prize valued at over $100! All you need is some Core and a Cuttlebug so make sure you mark your calendars for this wonderful event!
The design teams are brewing some wonderful projects for your inspiration.
We do! The Core’dinations Design Team has been working with the Chocolate Box collection recently. It is seriously good enough to eat!
Here are a few projects:
Carri Locken utilized some Chocolate Box on this layout, along with her Scor-It to emboss the lines around the edges utilizing Banana’s Foster from the Chocolate Box collection and Antigua from the Vintage Collection:
Enjoy! And we hope you leave here hungry for some Core’dinations Chocolate Box!
Check out your favorite LSS or online store for the CoreImpressions Jenni Bowlin Collection. View the Store Locator to find out where you can purchase Core’dinations Color Cardstock.
Norma Kennedy, Designer for Cut Cardstock, made this beautiful layout using the Black Magic Label Core’dinations Cardstock from the Jenni Bowlin Collection.
Here is an image of the full sheet. Norma cut hers down, sanded it and then used it on the landscape 8.5″x11″ layout. Beautiful!
One of the great things about Core’dinations Color Cardstock is that is coordinates so well with so many scrapbooking manufacturers. We have seen what you can do with Core’dinations Cardstock and the variety of embossing tools out there so please make sure you check out the Cricut Christmas Challenge blog for inspiration on how to incorporate Core’dinations with your Cricut.
Each week at the Cricut Christmas Blog uses two different Cricut cartridges to create all kinds of Christmas goodies! Their weekly schedule of creations is:
Monday: Simple Card and Video
Tuesday: Home Decor
Wednesday: Gift Packaging
Friday: Fancy Card
Saturday: Crafty Gift
Sundays: Weekly Giveaway winner named & ad for new week’s giveaway
Please check out the Christmas Challenge blog for oodles of amazing creations every week.
It was a gorgeous weekend here in the Northeast and fall is here. This is my favorite time of year and I try and cherish every one of these crisp fall days with my sweater and scarf and favorite pair of jeans.
Do you know what else makes me think of fall?
This gorgeous wreath Paula Gilarde made. What a great way to showcase how you can use a few of the different lines Core’dinations Color Cardstock together. I can just imagine how happy I would be every time I came home to see this hanging on my door!
Here is a close up showing how Paula embossed and sanded each leaf and how the color core shows through the Chocolate Box Cardstock.
I apologize for the length between posts this week but I have been battling a terrible cold that knocked me out. I wanted to share this card for Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Most people have been touched by this disease in one way or another so we, at Core’dinations Cardstock, ask you to take time and get your mammograms, take care of yourself by being vigilant and do a self breast exam regularly. I know it is hard because we get busy but the best thing we can do for our family and friends is take care of ourselves.
With that being said, here is a card I created for a dear friend battling this disease right now using the Quickutz Awareness ribbon die. I cut little slits in each ribbon and adhered them together because when I think of this disease, I think about how we need to fight together to defeat it one day.
Also, this week is Ichthyosis Awareness Week. Our fearless leader, Sarah Hodgkinson has taught us a lot about this disease and if you get the chance please visit the site to learn more about what you can do.
Here is a beautiful bookmark Sarah and her daughter made:
Ema and Sarah made butterflies using a Cuttlebug die/embossing folder set and then sanded them lightly…using Core’dinations ColorCore Cardstock. She then typed out a few facts about ichthyosis and added them to the body of the bookmark.