Saturday, August 25, 2012

Technique for Today!

Core’dinations Card Stock and Stampin’ Sanding System

Core'dinations Card Stock
Holiday Mini Page 6
Early Espresso #127848
Stampin' Sanding System- Holiday Mini- Page 6
Stampin' Sanding Block #129367-$3.95
Stampin' Sanding Block Refills #129368

Are you addicted to texture? It’s okay to admit it, many stampers are! So we’ve created a 3-step program just for you!
• Step 1: With Core’dinations card stock you can take texture to a whole new level. The lighter colored monochromatic core of the Core’dinations card stock makes a huge impact when you sand, tear, distress, or emboss it. The Core’dinations card stock is available in three super-versatile colors; Early Espresso (#127848), Cherry Cobbler (#127846), and Gumball Green (#127847). Each single-color package includes 12 sheets of 12” x 12” Core’dinations card stock that is smooth on one side and lightly textured on the other.
• Step 2: In true Stampin’ Up! style we’ve also created the ideal coordinating tools to make using the Core’dinations card stock simple - the Stampin’ Sanding System! The Stampin’ Sanding Block (#129367) makes sanding easy with its soft, easy to hold shape that keeps your fingers protected and neat. One small side and one large side of the block are covered with hook-and-loop fasteners (Velcro™) making it easy to add, remove, and replace the sandpaper and to sand detailed or large areas. With the Sanding Block, you’ll receive 4 sheets of sandpaper (2 of each of 150 and 180 grits).
• Step 3: Once you’ve sanded and distressed the Core’dinations card stock, clean-up is a breeze with the Core’dinations Dust Buddy (#129366). Simply cut off a small square of the specially-designed tacky cloth and wipe up dust and residue to keep your craft area neat and help adhesives adhere better.
So get your Core’dinations card stock and Stampin’ Sanding System and go texture crazy. It’s not only okay, it’s encouraged!

A new Core’dinations Dust Buddy can have a strong aroma. Air out in a well-ventilated area for a day or two then return to the package for storage.

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