Thursday, September 9, 2010

Friday's White or Color Core Projects

Lisa B used whatever scraps she found on her craft table to make this card. The brown card stock is from CTMH as well as the stamp. She scored the card stock on her Scor-Pal and tore the bottom so that the white core of the card stock could show thru. She used scraps that were left over from other projects laying around to complete the rest of the card. The sentiment stamp is from PaperTrey Ink.

Erin  used white core cardstock in two different ways for this layout. The brown cardstock border around the picture was sanded to allow some of the white to show through. For the paper strips, she tore the edges and then inked them.

Tish used white core cardstock for both her background and her flower embellishment. For the background, she embossed the cardstock with a Cuttlebug folder, then sanded the embossed areas. For her flower, she simply tore the cardstock into a flower shape and layered more flowers on top. (Be sure to tear the cardstock towards you to expose the white edge!)

Jessi made a birthday card that looks like a present using a coral pink/white core cardstock.  The cardstock was embossed with a Cuttlebug birthday embossing folder.  She lightly sanded the embossed images.  A tag was punched with the same white core cardstock and sanded along the edges.