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September 01, 2010

Did you know?

Chocolate Box Collection Core’dinations ColorCore Cardstock® Scrapbook Cardstock Paper, Projects, Tips, Techniques and More! - Mozilla Firefox 8312010 33200 PMDid you know that A Walk Down Memory Lane carries Core'dinations card stock? I was thrilled when AWDML started carrying this card stock. What's the difference between Core'dinations and regular card stock?  Core'dinations is card stock that has a colored core.  This means that the color you see when you look at the card stock is actually the second color. The first color is a complimentary or contrasting core color. Why is this cool? You can emboss, sand, tear, or antique the cards stock to reveal the core color on your layout or card. It comes in a variety of color combinations too. The photo on the left is just one of the collections (The Chocolate Box), but there is a similar collection in black (Black Magic), one in white (Whitewash), and a number of tone on tone collections.

ThinkinghighlyHere's an example of what you can do with Core'dinatios Black Magic, an embossing folder, and a sanding block (I like Tim Holtz' sanding block the best).  I ran my Black Magic Core'dinations through my cuttlebug with an embossing folder and sanded it to reveal the red core. Then, I used it as a layering piece on my card. And, just in case you're wondering, that cute stamped image is from Lizzie Anne Designs High Hellos stamp set. If you want to learn more about Core'dinations, and you live in the area of the B&M store,  AWDML is having Cards with Texture class that will feature Core'dinations on October 2nd. You can click here for more information.

I'll see you tomorrow for a fun back to school project that you can even do with your kids!

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