Button boutique fun

Hi all,
Just a quick card to share using another scrap stripes background that I made! This is quite an addictive technique (and *so* great for using up all those bits and bobs!).
Thanks be to Betsy Veldman for sharing the inspiring idea in the first place.

So here’s my card:

Papertrey Ink Button Boutique cardI fancied a bit of a Papertrey Ink fix, and the challenge over at A Passion for Papertrey this week is ‘Anything Goes’! Yay!
Here goes then…
I used my beloved Button Boutique set to stamp the button card and buttons, covering them with Glossy Accents for a shiny look.

Papertrey Ink Button Boutique card. Passion for Papertrey challengeThen I stamped a cute butterfly (Papermania), heat embossed in gold and trimmed out as an embellishment with some bling and a ribbon scrap:

Papertrey Ink Button Boutique butterfly cardHope all my bloggy friends Stateside are enjoying their Labor Day weekend, and wherever you are that you’re enjoying some crafting time ;)

See you soon, Rx

ETA: Don’t forget my giveaway is still open here – just leave a comment on any post between now and closing date! All comments will count as an entry, internationals welcome!!!

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  • http://rockwelldesignsblog.com/ Jackie R.

    You really captured the light shining off of those buttons. The strips of patterned paper is a great way to create an interesting background.

  • http://pauline-littlemrsp.blogspot.com/ Pauline

    This is gorgeous!! I love the Papertrey Ink vintage button tag, and the embossed butterfly, so gorgeous together with the strips of patterned paper.

  • http://glittermesilly.blogspot.com/ Caryn Davies

    Great use of the button card and lovely autumnal colours.

    Thanks for joining us at A Passion for Papertrey.

    Caryn xxx