Saturday, 12 September 2015

Green Buttons!

Happy Saturday Everyone.

First today I'd like to say Hello and give a very warm welcome to Jo and Jean who have just joined me here.  Jean if you'd like to leave a comment I'll visit you as I can't find you at the moment.

Jo has lots of lovely work on her blog so you may like to visit her.

My card today is one I'd like to enter in the Allsorts Challenge blog where the theme this time is ..... buttons!

I die cut the dress onto a strip of card, stamped the sentiment then put on the three banners using a matching coloured paper.

I chose a selection of green buttons and stuck them onto the base card in the area where the dress would be then attached the strip of card using foam tape and finally added the purple bow.

  It's a bit drizzly and overcast here but I'm  off up the garden to do some crafting now

.I hope you have a lovely weekend.

20 comments:

  1. Barb this is brilliant! Love what you have done with the buttons and the dress.
    Hugs Lisa

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  2. I like how you placed the dress ontop instead of trying to get the exact shape with the buttons. Looks good.
    Thanks for coming along to class last night, have a lovely weekend x

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  3. This is lovely Barb, super use of buttons and really eye catching.

    Hope you have a good weekend and thanks for joining in at Allsorts this week.

    B x

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  4. Good morning Barb.
    Beautiful card and fabulous idea.
    Thank you for joining us at Allsorts this week :)

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  5. Hi Barb,
    what a great card, and a wonderful way to use up buttons.
    That is clever thinking on the design of the buttons.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  6. Now this is one creative way to use buttons on a card! I love the way it turned out - cute!!

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  7. Hi Barb.....love how you used the buttons on this, a great idea & very creative. Hope you're having a lovely weekend.....we're in the middle of a thunderstorm......eeek!
    hugs Jo x

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  8. This is so clever - I love how you put the buttons behind the die cut - might have to lift this idea! Beautiful card!

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  9. A button dress!What fun Barb :)It has been a miserable day here today too-but I am not complaining,I spent a few happy hours in my craftroom and have cards and tags all finished and ready to Blog!
    Enjoy the rest of the weekend :)
    Nessa xxx

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  10. Hello Barb,

    A beautiful card and a cute dress with the buttons.Love it.A great idea.

    Hugs,Sylvia.

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  11. Hi Barb, thanks for giving me your blog address. I don't have a blog, but I wanted to follow yours. Love this card. I think the green, pink and purple look lovely. Was nice to see you at the class on Friday. See you again soon x

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  12. Hi Barb, I don't have a blog, but I wanted to follow yours. I love the green, pink and purple in this card. They look great together. Look forward to seeing more of your cards and seeing you again soon x

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  13. Love the buttons in the 'shadow box' dress design. This is most clever, very pretty and made a wonderful look to the lovely design, and also liked the soft colors. TFS & Happy wkend.

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  14. A button dress, that's brilliant. I thnk I have some of that paper in my stash too. hugs Mrs A.

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  15. What a sweet card Barb. Amazing use of the buttons!

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  16. Hi Barb....Love what you done with the buttons on this card.,...brilliant design...Joolsx

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  17. Darling card, Barb! Love how you used the buttons--so creative!

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  18. I love how you've used the die cut and buttons, very clever idea Barb.

    Hugs Erika.

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  19. What a wonderful and innovative way of using buttons Barb and those little paper banners are the perfect accompaniment. x

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  20. Clever card barb. Thanks for joining us at allsorts Tracy x

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