Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Buttons and Bows

It's new challenge time at Craft Room Challenge, thanks for sharing all your sporty crafty pieces, there were some fun entries in our last challenge. For this fortnight I'm the lucky hostess and I've chosen Buttons and Bows.  I'm hoping you get inspired in lots of different ways. My fellow DT members have produced some gorgeous pretty things.

Here's mine: I've made a shabby chic card, with a Friendly Plastic button that I made my heating up 2 colours and running a toothpick over them like you would icing on a cake. Then popped through the Big Shot with a circle die. Punched some small holes and Volia! a button.

I've collaged my own background by stamping and sponging, and randomly added some embossing powder.

Have you guessed our sponsor yet?? yep that's right Liz from Rarebird has given us another cool prize for one lucky winner.

Stamps: Crafty Individuals and Stampers Anonymous.
Cardstock: Stampin Up!
Other: Embossing Powder, Friendly Plastic.

Debi x


Suzanne B aka brookfies said...

A great theme Debi ...thank you! Your card as usual is a beauty. I love the decadence of the gold embossing...fabulous! Suzanne xxx

hazel said...

I love this lots Debi. The image and gold embossing is fabulous and I love your Friendly Plastic button.
xxx Hazel.

Maria said...

A fabulous theme Debi, and I love the FP button on your card. Your background is beautiful with those colours.

Maria x

Zoechaos said...

Fabulous theme Debi thank you. Beautiful card as well oddles of yummy texture as for the button WOW XOXO Zoe

Esther said...

Gorgeous Debi - love the gold embossing and your button is so pretty, haven't tried die cutting the FP yet. Esther xx

Terry said...

This sure has a "Wow" factor, Debi! The gold embossing really add a rich touch and I love all those images!

craft-roomjulia said...

Fabulous card Debi, love how you have used the EP, it makes the card so elegant. Thanks for choosing this great theme. Julia xxx

butterfly said...

Such luxury - all that glorious gold! Lovely use of a super image for a really eye-catching result.
Alison x