Friday, December 21, 2012
Hexagon's are big, BIg, BIG this year, so I thought the adorable collection " Forget-Me-Not " from KaiserCraft would be a great way to feature some Hexagon's. This simple card really pops and I love the way the patterned paper really shows off.
I outlined all the shapes with a Uniball white pen...that made them pop all the more. Also the stitching around the card is faux with the Uniball pen.
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
My favorite new release from KasierCraft has to Tropicana.....I adore everything about it. This is a layout I created for the Saturday Sketch. I had snapped a picture of my feet in the surf of the beach and couldn't have chosen a better collection to feature my little piggies. LOL
Sunday, December 16, 2012
Here's a complete list of all the products used: You can subscribe to the kit of the month here and also pick up your extras at Scrap-Mart, the best online scrapping store.
Remember that 40% off coupon for Scrap-Mart if you haven't already used it...40% off retail on one item, just use code STOCKING.
Spellbinders: Standard Circle
Spellbinders: Lacey Squares
Spellbinders: Grand Labels One
Spellbinders: Amazing Paper Grace: Filigree Corners
Spellbinders Amazing Paper Grace: Vintage Frame Labels and Spool Topper Dies
Amazing Paper Grace Stamp Set: It's Sew Vintage
Amazing Paper Grace Stamp Set: What Defines Us
Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Posted by Lori at 12:00 PM
I use Core'dination's Paper all the time so when I heard that Scor-Pal and Core'dinations were teaming up for a week, I was in heaven. So I literally took it there with this prayer layout I created with a library card pocket, ready to hold my requests and thoughts.
Here is everything you'll need to create this layout: Core'dinations Core Impressions BasicGrey Ornate Paper Pack, Core'dinations Tim Holtz Kraft Core Collection,Core'dinations Sand It Gadget, Scor-Pal , Scor-Tool, Scor-Pal Tape
Other products Used: My Mind's Eye Paper, KaiserCraft paper blooms, Cheery Lynn Dies, Glitter, Card Stock, Foam Tape
Step One: Cut a piece of designer card stock 9 x 4 1/2
Step Two: Using your Scor-Pal score paper at 1/2 inch and 4 inch .
Step Three: Turn paper and score at the five inch mark to create your fold.
Step Four: From the shorter side cut away the 1/2 inch scored strip to the center score line. Also you can angle your corners on the remaining edges.
Step Five: Apply Scor-Pal Tape to the tabs that will fold over. Be sure to not apply the tape to far up where it would stick out past the fold up.
Step Six : Fold over and crease down with your Scor-Tool for a perfect finished Library Card/ Pocket. Then just apply to your card or layout as desired.
I must brag a bit about the Core'dinations Sand it Gadget. I already had some sanding blocks and files but man does this little tool do the trick on Core'dinations Paper. It was wonderful for sanding the whole page quickly and easily. I really love it.
Posted by Lori at 7:26 AM