Thursday, May 27, 2010

Customized Buttons

I am just crazy about the new Stampin' Up! Bitty Buttons available in the Summer Mini Catalog. They come clear so you can customize them any way you want. Along with being cute, they are inexpensive too. You get 64 for under $5. The Punch Pack coordinates with these button sizes. All you need to do is layer the punched image behind the clear Bitty Buttons for your own custom embellishment. I used solid color card stock to match the patterned paper.

The card pictured above was inspired by the Pals Paper Arts Sketch Challenge (PPA44) today. I enjoy sketch challenges once in awhile. It's amazing to see all the different creations people come up with using a single sketch.

Enjoy your day and happy stamping!

Recipe (all supplies from Stampin' Up!):
Stamps: FYI (#114365)
Ink: Certainly Celery
Designer Series Paper: Tea Party (#113992)
Card Stock: Almost Amethyst, Whisper White, Pretty in Pink, So Saffron
Accessories: Bitty Buttons (#118761), Mini Library Clips (#109857)
Tools: Punch Pack (#118309), Scallop Trim Punch (available in 2010-11 upcoming catalog)


Debbie Pierce said...

I love your card, so bright and cheerful. Can't wait to use the bitty buttons!!

Linda Callahan said...

It's all in the details......perfect DSP placement and adorable buttons! Very sweet!

Cards by Gina said...

Oh, Tiffany, your card is so very pretty! Love Cottage Wall DSP and the threaded Itty Bitty Buttons! Great job on the sketch!

Ann Schach said...

Love those Itty Bitty Buttons! And I love the "i care" tag! Super job with using the DSP with this sketch!

Carla said...

Such a bright and cheery card. I love it and those awesome buttons. Hugs,

Kim said...

Super cute card Tiffany!! I've been on the fence about those punches and buttons, but they are just so darn cute!!

Melissa said...

Adorable! Just adorable!

Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

Ooooh Ooooh! Will we get these buttons & punch in our Sept IB&C???? Fingers crossed. Cute card ... very pretty, Tiffany! Hugs xxAxx

Mary Fish said...

impeccable . . . how you used the clip and the sweet row of buttons. Hugs, Mary

Jeanette said...

They are precious. This is the best example I have seen so far. Thanks.