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Core Impressions Layout





  • Core’dination paper and your base page 12×12
  • Dust Buddie and sanding block
  • DD03 and #355 May Arts ribbon



Scrapbook Page:

  1. Cut 4 different colors of paper 3×3
  2. Cut 1- 4×12
  3. Cut 2- 1×12 coordinating to the 4×12 piece (this would be the flip side of the piece you choose for your middle section)
  4. sand all your pieces and attach to base 12×12 per sample
  5.  attach your ribbon, about 15 inches, per sample


  1. Using a square punch (1 ½) cut 4 different color squares
  2. Cut 1- 5 ½ x 2 black piece of cardstock
  3. sand all the core’dination pieces and attach per sample
  4. stamp your sentiment
  5. ribbon  about 12 inches and use the “Naomi” technique to adhere to card

Blog post by: Peggy Cain

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  1. Dee

    How wonderfull!! I love the use of different colours, it looks awesome!

  2. Smokie

    Loving the ribbons with the card and layout!!

  3. Holly Elliott

    I love the layout and card! Its stunning with the different color squares and patterens! I am totally lifting this one!

  4. Cynthia B.

    This is so gorgeous! Great look to both the layout and the card! (Way to use the square punch. 🙂 )

  5. Sue D

    I like the sanding and embossing on your projects.

  6. Trudi Wilbur

    Love all the core'dinations and patterns.

  7. DebbieC.

    Great layout and card…so colorful.  Lots of great texture and ribbons.

  8. Holly Tolman

    I love the different textures you chose.

  9. Julie Shearer

    Great card !!  I love Core'
    dinationd papers. TFS.

  10. Barbara Johnson

    Great video!! Love the card!! Love the pre-embossed card stock too!

  11. Sue VanDeVusse

    I love how the card and layout match.  Great combo of textures and ribbon.

  12. rush

    nice projects.  thank you for sharing.

  13. Latrice

    Fun layout! Great use if the cardstock. 

  14. Linda R

    What a pretty layout.  I love being able to sand paper!

  15. Emily h

    This is such a great idea! Wonderful colors!

  16. Grá

    Great projects. Haven't tried this yet, must give it a go 🙂

  17. Becky D

    Sweet projects today Peggy!  I love the different textures you used and that you used the papers on 2 projects!  Very clever!  I probably never would have thought to do a whole textured sheet and cut it up for different projects 🙂  Thanks for sharing!

  18. Pendra

    Love the different embossed designs and colors, looks like many different patterned papers with but with the embossing it just adds that over the top touch!  Love it!

  19. Angie Hall

    This paper will make terrific cards and save time since it's already embossed for us.Peggy's video covered all the bases for the page and the card. Thanks

  20. Caryn S.

    I love all of the colors of coredinations used in these! And such pretty polka dot ribbon too.

  21. Sharon Gullikson

    I really like this because it uses embossed paper. I LOVED embossed images, but don't have an embosser. So Coredinations embossed papers are PERFECT for me!! I also LOVE May Arts ribbon, as you well know!

  22. Kristie Maynard

    What a great layout and card.  TFS!

  23. Charlene

    So pretty, Peggy!

  24. Dorina D

    What wonderful projects. I love the use of paper and embossing and the textures you created. Great video and tutorial, Thanks so much.

  25. Melinda Wilson

    I love their paper! Awesome layout!

  26. Lisa P

    That is gorgeous.  All the different embossed designs add so much texture.

  27. Miriam Prantner

    Great layout and card!  Love how you used the same sketch for both!  Great video too!


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