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Twisted Sketches – Card Sketch #4 with a “button” twist

April27

The latest Card Sketch (#4) went up last Saturday over at www.twistedsketches.com . The twist for this week’s card was BUTTONS….any how, or any way.  I love buttons….I have hundreds of buttons….I use buttons all of the time! So I wanted to do something a little less obvious than just adding “buttons.” 

So I pulled out my fabulous Martha Stewart embossing button punch and used it to make buttons….cut them in half…and added them as a scalloped border to the bottom of the card.  I then stitched them on for a little extra dimension, texture, and detail.

This card was almost entirely made from gorgeous file folders that I found at the Dollar Tree.  They had 3 different floral designs…all packaged in 3 files per pack…and each package for only a dollar.  I cut the folder so that the scored edge was already made for the card…super easy.

I used a chipboard design for my border, and glued it down to another one of the floral file folder, then used my exacto knife to cut off the excess.

I then used one of my small CTMH files to file the edges.

Here is a close-up look at the button scallops.

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4 Comments to

“Twisted Sketches – Card Sketch #4 with a “button” twist”

  1. Avatar April 27th, 2010 at 11:34 pm Patricia Says:

    Wow beautiful and so much fun ideas!


  2. Avatar April 28th, 2010 at 7:48 am Amy Baldwin Says:

    Nancy, the card is beautiful. I love the bright and vivid colors! : )


  3. Avatar April 28th, 2010 at 11:19 am Karyn Says:

    Gorgeous Card! I love that flourish across the middle. So beautiful! Genius idea with the button border. Thanks for playing along at Twisted Sketches. x


  4. Avatar May 1st, 2010 at 7:58 am Cindy Gay Says:

    Those button scallops are the best! (At first I liked the chipboard swirl the most…………but those buttons are the hit!)


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