I’ve been crafting up a storm here with Core’dinations colored cardstock, and wanted to share with you what I’ve been up to!
This cardstock is awesome for so many projects because it comes in great colors and the color goes all the way through the core of the paper – no white lines when cutting!
I made this checkerboard in fun colors to play checkers with my games-loving preschooler. It was simple to make, learn how to make this checkerboard.
I love simple projects, so I cross stitched a heart card. It took less than 30 minutes, and I love that there are no white circles around the holes I poked for stitching!
You know how much I love to quilt, so I quilted up and framed this Americana Quilt block with the Core’dinations papers. The distressing… the topstitching… I LOVE how it turned out!!
Have you had a chance to play with these papers? What would you make?
ps – This post is a response to a Design Team Call by Core’dinations. If I get the gig, I might be doing some fun videos… if you haven’t already seen my love for video crafting, you should check out my other project – Craftyhangouts.com!
Comments & Reviews
Amy Anderson says
Cute projects! Hard to pick my favorite, but that cross stitching is so awesome. I love it! They are all fun though. Yay!
Heidi @ Moms Crafty Space says
I adore that stitched card – super cute!
Love these! They are all so unique too. I love how they all so totally represent you, yet who wouldn’t love them. Unique, yet Universal, I’m trying to say…not sure if that is reading like i mean it. 🙂 Great job!
Laura / The Shed blog by Pet Scribbles says
Of course you would come up with a fantastic “quilt” to frame! I love how it turned out! I’m also loving the checkers set, thinking my nephew would love something like this!
Cute!! What great ideas for cardstock. I’ll have to try the checkers with the kids over Spring Break. They’d love it.
Brandie @ Home Cooking Memories says
Carolina…these are such cute paper crafts! I love the checkerboard and the heart card! You always inspire me with just what can be created in 30 minutes or less. Great job!
Megan Chamberlin says
Wow, super cute!! I think I’ll need to attempt that checkerboard for MY son! 🙂
Jessica Hill says
Wow! Solid color through the paper is a really cool feature! I love that cross-stitched card especially. Off to check out the quilted piece!
Billie H. says
OMG how cute are those homemade checkerboards!
The Joys of Boys says
You are so talented! I love, love, love the checkerboard! I might need to make one with my boys. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us!
Gina H says
Love It! Heading out to grab all of the stuff to make this with the kiddies.
Colleen Jorgensen says
I’m in love with the quilt block! But everything is absolutely adorable!
Angie Holden says
I love that checkerboard!! Off to see the tutorials!
Vivienne @ the V Spot says
I love, love, LOVE that quilt square. They are all great, but I especially love that one. Why have I never heard of this paper before? I want some.
Cute projects! So many things you can do with paper. I have to check out that line.
Abbie @ lovinourchaos says
I love the Checkers project! Such a cute idea and I can just imagine having my 6 year old help me choose the colors and put it together. And how fabulous is that paper quilt square?!
Mary Beth says
All of your projects are so cute ~ I love them all but especially the quilt square.