Welcome to another day of our Tombow & Core’dinations projects! Tombow makes great adhesive for all crafts and today I thought I’d focus on how great they are for layouts! Stay tuned for a giveaway later this week, you don’t want to miss it!
Christmas Layout Supplies
- Spotted Tillie Dot 6 X 6
- Spotted Jillian Dot 12 X 12
- Core’dinations Essentials Neutrals
- Tombow Mono Aqua Liquid Glue
- Tombow XTreme Permanent Adhesive
- Core’dinations Sand-It Gadget
Step 1:Use an electronic die cut machine to cut out title and ornaments.
Step 2: Use Sand-It Gadget to sand both dotted papers and adhere to the black neutral base.
Step 3: Use Tombow Aqua glue to adhere the small parts of the die cuts.
Step 4: Adhere all the parts to the green base. Since Tombow is clear, no worries on any showing!
Step 5: Embellish with stickers and pearls.
Isn’t it wonderful how much we can do with beautiful Core’dinations Cardstock? Hope your holiday season is off to a fabulous start!
It is almost time for our annual trip “upta camp” so it is the perfect time to share a layout of one of the fun camp games we played last year. Core’dinations Tim Holtz & Ranger Distressed Collection was all the cardstock needed to create an earth-toned camp layout!
The Vintage Photo Cardstock was crimped, sanded and dusted to make the photo mat. For tips on crimping, check out the Technique Video HERE.
Before we get started today we have a quick update on the Northrige winners. They have been picked and emails will go out shortly! So stay close to your inbox and we will post names soon, too.
Today we have a layout from Designer Debbie Standard featuring some Core Amour. Sand the white wash and the black core comes through…it’s so cool! Debbie accented it with blues and yellows from the Spotted Collection. Love that pop of color, don’t you?
And how about pairing that Spotted Cardstock with some Fancy Pants Core Impressions? Mixing and matching our different collections is so much fun! Add some of your own embossing like Debbie did here with the Whitewash strip and who needs patterned paper?