We interrupt this Thursday post…

September 22, 2011 by  
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with an important announcement….


It’s going to be GREAT!!!

Fabulous Friday Finds

March 5, 2010 by  
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Today we are sharing a fun layout from Kim Crawford.

We just love how she used the images of the apples on this layout. The Chocolate Box cardstock is perfect for this Apple Picking Theme!

Here is what Kim shared about her technique:
I used the new limited edition Spellbinders die templates, “Nested Apples” underneath the cardstock and sanded away the cardstock to bring out the core color.

Make sure you check out more of her fabulous creations on her blog!

Cards, Cards and more Cards

November 10, 2009 by  
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Good Monday Morning!

Today we are going to be sharing some wonderful cards the Design Team created with Core’dinations Color Cardstock.

For this first card, Kim Moreno used Whitewash and Core Essentials along with some wonderful Jenni Bowlin products:

Heather Bowser used some Chocolate Box and Vintage Cardstock on this great Thank You card along with some Jillibean Soup products.

And for this fun card, Paula Gilarde used one of her Spellbinders Templates to create this beautiful background on the Core Essentials Cardstock:

Hope to see you back this week with some more great projects from our Design Team!

2,4,6,8 Core’dinate!

Core'dinations ColorCoreCardstock core'dinates with other manufacturers such as Jillibean Soup and My Little Shoebox!

Core’dinations has team spirit! We’ve teamed up with other manufacturers to show you how our products “core’dinate” together. Check them out by clicking on the logos below and let us know what you think!

Jillibean Soup and Core'dinations ColorCore CardstockMy Little Shoebox and Core'dinations ColorCore Cardstock

To visit Jillibean Soup on the web, click here.
To visit My Little Shoebox on the web, click here.
To visit Spellbinders on the web, click here.

Best Witches by Debbie Seyer

October 15, 2009 by  
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Forty is the New Twenty by Debbie Seyer

October 15, 2009 by  
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