Have you ever come across some vintage cards from days gone by? Well I wanted to create a card today with a vintage feel. Core’dinations Tim Holtz Shattered Kraft-Core is the perfect cardstock collection to achieve this look. The Shattered look to the cardstock takes you back to days gone by.
Photographing the card with some vintage crochet doilies really does make this card vintage looking.
Here I have started out by using the Tombow mono glue on the back of the die cut tree allowing the glue to dry semi-transparent. This re-positionable option is my favorite.
Next step, is sanding and inking the Shattered Cardstock which created the weathered vintage feel that I was trying to achieve for my card.
The next step was to ink and tear the Shattered cardstock. The ink embeds into the cracked pattern of the cardstock giving the cardstock a weathered feel.
Gently, press the sponge pad to hook the two sides of the tabs together to help organize your supplies.
Whenever you want to use your ink, your sponge is on the back of your stamp pad making it easy to attach to your blending tool. Think of how convenient this will be whenever you need to ink a project.
For more projects check out my blog here. http://cottagerca.blogspot.ca/
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Here is a sneak of what you might see along the way from Gail Linder:
Thank you so much to everyone at Scrapfest for an awesome weekend!!!
Today we have a tutorial for you on how to make the project we did over the weekend in case you didn’t get a chance to visit us or you want to recreate it. Don’t forget that Arhivers in the MOA is selling the easels and wood bases in case you want extras.
1.) Cut the base from Graphic 45 Core Impressions.
2.) Using a corner round, punch all four corners and then sand.
3.) Adhere to wood base with some Tombow Mono Liquid Adhesive.
5.) Fold the green Core Essentials cardstock in half and cut two leaves along the folded edge (See step by step photos below). We recommend free handing it!!!!
Now it is time to make the flower. We like to call them Core’Sages here 😉
Design Team Member Lydia Jackson created a tutorial here for the flowers for your reference as well. (Please note the flowers shown here were created from a different color Core Essentials and Lydia used her Fiskars Paper Crimper to create the veins in the leaf).
Again, please note... For these photos Lydia used her Fiskars Paper Crimper. You do NOT need
it for this project. Just sand your leaf along the fold for the vein. This just gives it added texture. You could always score some of your own veins, too!
Now, clip your favorite photo or ink the edges of the frame and you have the perfect project!
Again many many many many thanks to all the amazing consumers we met and saw again this weekend.
WE LOVE YOU!!!!!