Monday, March 16, 2009

Pink Elephant Challenge #6 BUTTONS!

Yep, you heard right ~ BUTTONS! Buttons are always fun, we can use them on almost anything, they can be plain and they can be fancy.

The challenge at The Pink Elephant this week is to use buttons. I love buttons and so that made this challenge even more fun.

The base of the card was made using Pumpkin Pie and I layered that using some dp. The scallop is from the Cricut. I layered three kinds of ribbon and added the buttons, and yes the pretty bauble on the bow is actually a button that I found in a sewing kit from many years ago. I love this button, and the sticker is from K&Co.

Also, there is a lot of fun planned at The Pink Elephant coming up soon. Please watch for all the exciting games and giveaways coming up. I will also be posting some blog candy soon so remember to keep checking back for more updates.





13 comments:

Ann said...

Gorgeous card Angela - it has such a soft feel to it. Love it.

Ann xxx

poupetteval said...

so cute !!!

~Lori (loree2000 SCS) said...

So sweet! The buttons and embellishments are adorable!!

Robin said...

Great card Angela! I love that vintage button on the bow and the sticker you used is great!!
Robin

Dawn said...

Angela this is adorable. LOVE all those yummy buttons. Your attention to detail is incredible. TFS

Linda Barutha said...

You can never have too many buttons! I love your card!

Elizabeth said...

This is really beautiful!

Southernbelle said...

This is oh so cute! I just adore your work!

Aymee

Martha said...

beautiful card., oh my I just saw your ballerin acard too. its amazing

Anita Hovey said...

Very nice...I suck at using buttons...they just don't work for me.

Meda said...

Lovely as always! My fave parts are the lace and the button.
Meda

Rleen said...

Angela, your card is stunning! I love all the bling and the bow looks fabulous. You did an awesome job!

Hugs,
Arlene

stampin abi said...

love the buttons!

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