Feb 1, 2010

From Our Home

Hello Peepes!!!
Good Morning !!!!
Here is another card from the Thoughts and Prayers stamp set. I am really enjoying these colors together. I also added the button that you are asking about. Please e-mail me and I would be more than happy to provide you the link on how it's done. On the stamped flowers, I used the piercer to put a hole in the center. I also added the gorgeous satin ribbon.
Stamps: Thoughts and Prayers
Paper: Old Olive, Kraft, Whisper White, DSP Melon Mambo
Ink: Old Olive, Melon Mambo
Accesories: satin ribbon, button
Tools: Score-Pal, Itop tool
Thanks for stopping by.
Have a great day stampin'


Anonymous said...

Hey Chat!
Beautiful Color Combo! I have an idea about how to make the button, but if you could email me the link I would greatly appreciate it! TIA

jjcreations said...

This is stunning. So happy and bright. I just love love love the matching buttons.

Vicki Burdick said...

Gorgeous Chat!!! Love that button!!! Sooooo cool!!!

Leonie said...

That is a gorgeous card!

Unknown said...

ooh! pretty! I'd love to know how you do the matchy matchy buttons. I know it's DSP, but ?? Can you please email me some details?

Thanks in advance!
Michelle (chelle at hanwayink dot com)

Kristin Moore said...

Just beautiful! I LOVE what you do with THoughts & Prayers!

karen h said...

I would love to know how you did the button!

Julie Marshall said...

Love the colors on this card and the papers you've paired up. Great Card! TFS.

Vicky said...

Love this card, the colors, the layout, that adorable matching button!! well done, TFS!

Unknown said...

Beautiful, Chat!

Allison said...

This is so gorgeous!

Marisa said...

Love how you anchored the branch with the button. Lovely card!

bakerbabe said...

I love this stamp set! Would love to know how to do the button. Thank you, Julie hcfam210@sbcglobal.net

Sharon said...

Very pretty card. I have always liked that stamp set. I would love to have the link that shows how the button is done. Thank you so much.

Anonymous said...

Love the cards. Please email me the button tutorial. zumbach@charter.net

Ashley said...

Hey Chat,

Beautiful card! If you could email me the link to make the button, I would greatly appreciate it!



Ladybug Landing said...

Great card! I love these colours together. Could you email me the link for the button? I've covered buttons with fabric before, but not paper. Looks gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

I love those buttons - so would love to have the link. I enjoy your blog - often look to see what you are doing - thanks for sharing. claudia

Emma Fewkes said...

Chat, I absolutely love your card and would greatly appreciate a link to how the button is made! Thanks so much for continuing to inspire me! (ladyandthestamp at gmail dot com)

Lisa said...

I would love to see the button tutorial, great colors!

Paula said...

Once again you have outdone yourself!!!
Would love to know how to make that button! LOL

Anonymous said...

Once again you have outdone yourself!!!
Would love to know how to make that button! LOL

carol h said...

Ditto to all that has been said. Beaufitul card. I, too, would llike the info on how to make the button. Thanks in advance. carolhaffner@sbcglobal.net

Susan Brooks - The Closet Stamper said...

Chat - would love the button link.

TIA Susan - bwildman@charter.net

Missi said...

Your cards are beautiful! I love the covered buttons! Would you add me to your list to send the link too.
Thank you !!

Mary Haden said...

Just found your website this evening and I've been enjoying your work. Very classy cards.

You mentioned a link that you used for the buttons. If you're not too tired of sending out that information to all who've asked for it, please add me to your list of 'groupies'.

I'd love to try it.

Mary :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Chat,

I just love your blog!! All of you cards and projects are just beautiful. & I just stumbled across these beautiful buttons. I would just to love to know how to make these.

Thanks in advance!
Kim :D

Anonymous said...

I LOVE the paper Buttons. They really make for a coordinated card done with the DSP. I would love to know how the button is made
Connie Ingram

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