Figuring out how to use a button was the hardest part to making this card but when I saw this sentiment in the Word Play stamp set, it made it so much easier. I stamped it on Very Vanilla with VersaMark and Pumpkin Pie ink and heat embossed with Clear Embossing Powder using the Heat Tool. I sponged around the edges with Pumpkin Pie ink and adhered it to a Rose Red card stock mat. The base of the card is Very Vanilla layered with a piece of the Sweet and Sour Specialty Designer Series Paper and Pumpkin Pie card stock, both cut on a diagonal. You can't see it in the photo, but this dsp has a shiny, almost embossed look to some of the pages. I used the Scallop Edge Border Punch on a piece of Pumpkin Pie and a piece of Rose Red card stock, adhered them together and added three Rose Red brads from the Subtles Brads. This was attached to the card front. Stampin' Dimensionals were added to the back of the image layer to help pop up the sentiment. A Very Vanilla button from the Deckthe Halls Big Designer Buttons was attached with Mini Glue Dots to the sentiment where a picture of the globe is in the word world. I used a very thin strip of Rose Red card stock to tie a "knot" through the button holes. I like the way the card turned out but you probably won't be seeing too many buttons on my projects. I sewed for years and that's what I associate buttons with. I know, stuck in a rut. Have a wonderful weekend.
Today is World Card Making Day. Take the time today to ink up some stamps and get creative.
Stampin' Up! Supplies Used
Super Stamp Set: Word Play (w-#120308/c-#120651)
Irresistible Ink: VersaMark (#102283); Pumpkin Pie Ink Pad (#105216)
Paper Confections: Very Vanilla (#101650); Pumpkin Pie (#105117); Rose Red (#102544); Sweet & Sour Specialty DSP (#117390)
Terrific Tools: Heat Tool (#100005); Stampin' Sponges (#101610); Scallop Edge Border Punch (#119882)
Finish It Up: Clear Stampin' Emboss Powder (#109130); Deck the Halls Big Designer Buttons (#121002); Subtles Brads (#119738); Mini Glue Dots (#103683); Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430)