Saturday, August 26, 2017

using real objects...

..that's the challenge this week over at Less is More.
For my real objects I thought to pull out my buttons again. Haven't used them in ages, so thank you LiM!
At first I wanted to make a bear (polar bear would have been nice) but I didn't have the right colors and or sizes, so whilst rummaging in the button collection I came across these pretty butterflies and I thought I could use them on my card, and I did lol.

I stamped the grass border from Joy Crafts in Memento gray flannel as well as the sentiment from Clearly Besotted (brushed greetings 2).
AS I like thinking of you cards to be subdued and tranquil, with just a pop of color that is provided by my cute buttons, I attached
them with glue dots.

Coming up with the card took longer than making it ;-)

For more information on the Less is More challenge, or to play along, see this

9 comments:

  1. FAB make, and speedy too!

    Kathyk

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  2. Wat een leuk en vrolijk kaartje zo. Groetjes en fijn weekend, Ankie

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  3. Great use of those butterfly buttons! Great idea to leave the rest of the card black and white -it really makes the buttons pop Well done! Thanks for joining us at Less Is More.

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  4. It's lovely to get some buttons out again isn't it Maaike although they do make it a bit difficult for mailing cards. Love these super pretty butterfly ones which work a treat in your little scene. Thanks for playing along at Less is More with us.

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  5. Great use of the buttons they look so pretty with the black stamping great contrast.

    Marie

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  6. What a lovely scene ! I love these tiny butterfly buttons, they make such a beautiful contrast with their bright colours against the black wild grass ! A fabulous CAS take on our challenge. Thanks for sharing and for playing along at Less is More!

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  7. How clever to use buttons on your card,such a beautiful card. Thanks for sharing at 'Less is More';) Viv (Guest Designer) xx

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