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Clear Scraps and Core-dinations!

Core'dinations and Clear Scraps

A match made in heaven! We here at Clear Scraps are lucky enough to have Core'dinations as one of our product swap partners. This gives those of us on the Clear Scraps design team the opportunity to work with their lovely card stock. I was sent the Ebony&Ivory pack of paper. On this particular card I used the Whitewash paper in a light blue. I love the softness that this paper lent to my project.



I started with a piece that I die cut with a Spellbinders die template. Then I used one of the new flower accents from Clear Scraps and put it under the Core'dinations papers to trace around it for an embossed look. Next I lightly sanded the edges of that flower to let the core (light blue) of the paper to subtly. After that I took another one of the flowers and ran it through an embossing folder and embossed it, after I had some raised flowers on it, I light dabbed some white paint on them. Last I took a Sharpie and traced around the edge of the flower.



Hope you enjoyed this little card. Thank you so much to Core'dinations!

Tonya Dirk


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Karen Day

Very cute!


Very pretty card!! Love what you did with the flower!!

ellen s

LOVE LOVE that Core'dinations!!! Thanks for sharing all these awesome projects!!!

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