Monday, April 15, 2013

H2H Challenge Button Up Challenge & Color Dare #38 - Buttercup, Pear, & Twilight

 Over at H2H Challenges this week it is time to Button Up. Use buttons in your artwork and head on over to H2H.

I also entered this card in the  Color Dare #38 - Buttercup, Pear, & Twilight Challenge over at the Color My Heart Dare Blog.

I used the Chantilly Paper pack along with Pear and Twilight Card stock, Buttercup bakers twine, and Pear Ink. I used an old Birthday CTMH stamp set.




10 comments:

  1. Love these birthday banners. Setting them on the white background really lets the colours and buttons shine. THanks for playing along at Color My Heart this week, and huge congrats for your recognition at Heart2Heart, too.

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  2. This design is so versatile! I am totally copying it sometime. Great color combo too. Thanks for continuing to play along with us @H2H!

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  3. What a fun card! great combination of these 2 Close to My Heart challenges also! Thanks for playing along with us again at the Color Dare--we always look forward to seeing your wonderful artwork. Thanks for the inspiration!
    :) Marie

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  4. Going to lift this card idea-perfect for using scraps.

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  5. Clean and simple and cute, cute, cute! You always have the best stuff to share with us! I love the shiny buttons and the banners, great way to use up those scraps!

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  6. LOVE! So simple and such a great way to use those teeny scraps! Good stuff, Kelly! I saw this in a FB group and it didn't dawn on me it was for the color dare! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Color My Heart this week. :)

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  7. Simply adorable. What a fun way to use scraps and maybe some retied buttons. Thanks for sharing at H2H.

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  8. Such a simple and lovely card!!! Great use of paper scraps!

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  9. Cute way to showcase those gorgeous buttons, Kelly! Love your card! Thanks for playing at Color My Heart this week!

    Sarah

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