Thursday, May 25, 2017

May Inspiration - Judy

Hello!
It's Judy here sharing a little inspiration with you!

Sumer is almost here so I have a card
I created using



I colored the image with Spectrum Noir pencils and fussy cut.
Then popped with foam tape on a layered die cut oval.
The sentiment was computer generated and die cut.
I added layered flower stickers.

I hope you'll check out this stamps along with
 the others available at

And don't forget to join in our monthly challenge at

And we always love seeing your Cute As A Button creations at

Until next time,
Happy Crafting!
Saturday, May 20, 2017

Spring Daisies


Hello all, may I share the wonderful Spring Daisies from Cute as a button store with you today. Francesca really is an amazing artist and it is truly a privilege to work with these fantastic images!!
There are more details about how I designed this card on my blog  - http://getthejclook.blogspot.com/2017/05/spring-daisies.html, I always enjoy a wee visit!

I hope you enjoy seeing just what the team can achieve with these great digis, I know we enjoy working with them so much!

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Victorias May Inspiration Card uing Our Wedding Day

Hi. It's Victoria stopping by today. I'm here to share my inspiration post for this month using this gorgeous Cute As A Button image called Our Wedding Day. You can find more of these stunning images at the Cute As A Button Store.


I've coloured her with Touch Five Markers and Pencils. I've created a diamond fold card which can fold flat for postage. I've embossed and coloured the edges of the background paper. I added lots of die cuts to create the frame around the image. Then I've embellished with premade flowers and butterflies. I hope you like my card.

We'd love it if you could stop by and see the current challenge going on at the Cute As A Button Challenge Blog and the Progressive Challenge on the Cute As A Button Facebook Group.

Thank you for stopping by today.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Run The Good Race

 The inside of my card!
Good Morning! I hope everyone has a free day to craft. Since it is the season for track events I thought I would use this fun stamp called "Run the Good Race".  I hope it inspires you to check out the fun sport stamps you can find at Cute As A Button! I colored this stamp with Copics. The die cut is from Marianne Designs. Some pretty pearls and design paper from Stampin' Up finished off this card. Have a great day and be sure and check out the Cute As A Button Shop!
I hope you will go over to the challenge blog  http://cuteasabuttonchallenge.blogspot.com.au/
 and join in the  May challenge
You are also invited to join the facebook group
Inspiration posts every so often on the Showcase blog: 
http://cuteasabuttonshowcase.blogspot.com.au/
Saturday, May 6, 2017

Margaret's inspiration post

Hello, it is my turn to do an inspiration post for Cute as a Button

I have done another journal page in the journal I am making for my second grand daughter.


I covered journal page with white gesso, then sponged with Coffee bean brilliance ink.  Stamped some stamps from Limited Edition clear stamps Art parts around the edges.
Stamped more of the stamps on a piece of Steampunk paper from Bearly Mine designs.  Painted over stencil with moulding paste onto the paper and when dry sponged some of it with distress ink and layered paper onto journal page.
Printed Cute as a Button Steampunk Evelyn, coloured her with markers, cut out and layered on top.   Cut out the sentiment that comes with the stamp and layered on top.

I hope you will go over to the challenge blog  http://cuteasabuttonchallenge.blogspot.com.au/
 and join in the  May challenge

You are also invited to join the facebook group

Inspiration posts every so often on the Showcase blog: 

Some lovely new stamps will be released on the 10 May and the design team are busy making cards to show on the challenge blog.


Monday, May 1, 2017

Flying Away With You

How to make this fun slider card:

video

To make this super easy, yet super fun slider card you need to start with an 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" piece of card stock, 3-3/4" x 5-1/8" piece of solid cardstock and a smaller piece of cardstock about 1/2" x 2-1/2".


Fold all of the score lines then figure out how you want the front of your card to look...You can cut your line anyplace on your card front for your slider.  For this card I cut it about 1" in on the left side.  Using your smaller piece of cardstock (1/2" x 2-1/2") put it through the slit, this will be your slider piece.  On the inside you will place your double stick tape so it will stick to the 3-3/4" x 5-1/8" piece of cardstock and place a pop dot on the piece that is stick out to place your image.  I'm not very good at these tutorials so I'm going to give you a link I've used...just keep in mind how she did it is flexible (as far as where you can put the slit).  Here is the card I made using Hold Tight Please.  Yes, I did make her "balloon" string a lot longer.  I added some re-purposed balloons from a store bought card, added some flowers, gems and used a fun edge punch.





Thanks for looking!
The Ribbon Girl Blog –  Use any image
613 Avenue Create (UP TO 3 ENTRIES)– anything goes/ optional challenge –   spring
Pile It On – (winners announced on Wednesdays) – interactive and/or birthday
The Paper Shelter (enter up to 3 times, one must use a TPS image) –  a Birthday Card
Simon Says stamp Challenges (up to 5 entries) –   Anything Goes
Word Art Wednesday (up to 5 entries) anything goes   
Crafty Gals Corner (up to 2 entries) – Embellish It
In The Pink (always use more pink than any other color) up to 3 entries – Birthday
Seize The Birthday (up to 3 entries) – anything goes 
Delicious Doodles Challenge (one entry per person using a DD image) – ribbon and flowers