Friday, August 19, 2011

A few more Button Buddies...

How about some more Button Buddies cards? I think that I'm going to offer a class with this stamp set. Everything I've seen made with these is just too cute!

These cards were made by Diane Kipp. She brought them to our Chalk-a-holics meeting to share. The first two are 3x3 cards - perfect for those little cards to put with a shower, wedding, or thinking of you gift. By the way, have you seen how much those little cards cost in the store? Ouch! Smiley from
If you look really closely at the Wisteria flower and the button on top, you will see that Diane threaded little, tiny, small, skinny pieces of CARDSTOCK through the button holes! It's cute, but is she NUTS? I don't know how she did it. I don't think I would have the patience for it! Smiley from

This next one is a larger card - about 5" square (I didn't actually measure it, so I'm going from memory). It's so cheery - and I love the combination of the Real Red and Basic Black. It's a very sharp card. Wouldn't it just make you smile to get a card like this from a friend?
In case you were wondering, yes, all of the buttons are from Stampin' Up! That way we know that the colors in the buttons will coordinate with the cardstock and inks. We have buttons available in all four colors groups - Neutrals, Subtles, Brights, and Regals. Stampin' Up! really make it so easy for us! We can just relax and not stress about whether our items will coordinate - that's already been taken care of for us! How easy is that! Smiley from

I hope you enjoyed seeing some more samples with Button Buddies stamp set. Be prepared to see more coming because I really like this stamp set! Until next time...

Jayne Stenstrom

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