MORE Tim Holtz Shattered in here!

Some more Tim Holtz Shattered Collection layouts!  This line was a HUGE hit at CHA…you are going to LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!

A layout from Designer April Derrick:

Check out the fun folded card we learned from Guest Designer Leeann Pearce AND see that cool  postage stamp layer in the Kraft?  YEP…that is from the David Tutera Celebrate cardmaking system Step two. We LOVE mixing and matching these collections!

And another postage stamp layer from the David Tutera line. Told ya we liked ‘em! :)

On this layout, Designer April Derrick  used her Tim Holtz Distress Stain in Chipped Saphire by Ranger and inked the Shattered cardstock. See how the stain just soaks up in the cracks and turned blue??!?!?!?  HOW COOL IS THAT??? And she embossed some of it too (the layer under the photo). So many possibilities!

Stay tuned for more ideas on is BRAND NEW Line that we debuted at CHA 2013 featuring Tim Holtz-Kraft Core!

Technique Tuesday Featuring…

November 16, 2010 by  
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Paper Piecing!!! Core’dinations Cardstock is PERFECT for all your paper piecing needs.  You can find patterns all over the internet

How about this cute little birdie from Paula Gilarde?   Paula used her circle punches to make this cute little guy out of Core Impressions Cardstock. And the woodgrain Cuttlebug embossing folder is the perfect background. Just mount it to a Vintage cardstock base and then just add an SRM sticker and voila! You have a the perfect card.

Look at this amazing card from Linda Beeson.  She used Vintage Cardstock and embossed it with Cuttlebug embossing folders and gently sanded. The base is round and the front of the card is paper pieced.

Fabulous Friday Finds

July 24, 2009 by  
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Do you have a Dymo Labeler? I know I don’t and I am kicking myself right now.

I just love this technique and Core’dinations Cardstock is perfect for it! Thanks so much for Megan Smith who did this tutorial on how to thread your strips of Core’dinations through your Dymo Labeler.

It’s this easy!

And a close up of the strips after you sand them:

Finally, add them to your layout and you have a unique way to journal on any layout or project.

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