Monday, August 31, 2009

Wanted to show off some of the core'dinations projects I have been recently working on (mostly done before I had surgery just hadn't posted yet). The first four are Halloween cards using the Black Magic core and different Cuttlebug embossing folders. Just got this first folder and LOVE it. I almost can't pick up any scrappy supplies anymore without thinking how I can use the core'dinations papers with it. They definitely add that extra something to anything you do.

Next comes this little card I made using some Memory Makers small scalloped papers. I added a Glitz rub-on as well as some Heidi Grace rub'ons and a big bow. And I've had these funky prime flowers I've just been dying to use on something and this was perfect. And so ok - no core'dinations on this one but really tried to figure out how to put in on there - lol!

This card I made yesterday - done with the new JenniBowlin/core'dinations papers which are just so pretty. Then I added a piece of core'dinations navy which I had embossed with a Fiskars embossing folder (my favorite one) and added this ribbon I got the other day that feels like a big old rope.

For this page I had just got this beautiful picture of my little great-niece, Katy (who has my coloring, blue eyes and the hint of red hair) and it was just so pretty. While I was planning on using the JenniBowlin papers I happened to see the Webster's Pages piece (a favorite manufacturer of mine) laying on a table (yeah yeah yeah - in my messy scraproom - but who knows where inspiration comes from!) and together with this piece of Crate paper together worked for this page. Also used a Fiskars punch there along the right hand side. And my favorite letter stickers from Webster's.

Last of all is a page I did with Jillibean ( another one of my favorite manufacturers) and the core'dinations papers. I used a Cuttlebug embossing folder around the edges and then used my Creating Keepsakes circle cutter as a tool to emboss the hat.

Thanks again for stopping by! Hoping everyone has a wonderful week.


  1. Wow, your details are just outstanding! You soooo made that Core'dinations cardstock shine!

  2. Wow, you really do know how to work the Core'dinations!!!!!Beautiful projects, love what you did with the Jenni Bowlin line! Thanks for the sweet comments on my blog, appreciate it! xo, sam

  3. Debbie, everything is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing some new (to me) sketch sites :)

  4. holy core'dinations love!!!! you have inspired me to get my sandpaper out :)