Thursday, May 28, 2009



This card is for today's SCS Ways to Use It Challenge(WT220)!!! We are to use buttons!!! Thanks for a great challenge, Julia!!! I am using a large button as a ribbon slide because the holes on the inside were large enough to get the ribbon through. I also used a small button in the top corner as an accent.
I am giving you a sneak peek of one of ODBD new June 1st stamp releases called Ask, Seek, Knock! I colored the door with some Ranger inks and an aquapainter. I enhanced the coloring once it was dried with some copic markers. I added a fiskars punch border detailing. I only show a portion of the punch, though. Love this look.

I kept the background dp and layers sort of in the monochromatic look eventhough the dp comes embossed with the flourishy leaves. I used some Prism by Prismatics cardstock in Birchtone Bark. This cardstock comes in every color under the sun and I am convinced will match any dp that is impossible to match. I finished my card with my button as ribbon slider and corner punch detailing.



STAMPS
ODBD Ask, Seek, Knock
CARDSTOCK
Prism by Prismatics, PTI vintage cream, strathmore watercolor paper, Studio D dp
INK
Palette Noir, Ranger inks in antique linen, vintage photo, tea dyed, walnut stain
ACCESSORIES
Nestabilities, photo corner punch, fiskars border punch, PTI dark chocolate buttons, sponges, foam tape, aquapainter, copics


3 comments:

  1. Oh Betty! This is stunning!! LOVE the button with the ribbon!!

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous Betty! Love the button as a slide! Perfect coloring of the image too!

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  3. Great color scheme, Betty! Totally awesome card!

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Thanks so much!

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