Friday, December 27, 2019

December Designer Inspiration - Judy

Hey there!
It's Judy here sharing a card project.

This year is winding down so
I thought I would create a New Year's card.

I colored the image with Spectrum Noir Markers and
glitter gels pens. I trimmed the image in to a rectangle,
rounded the corners and layered on top of a Gemini die cut frame.
The sentiment is sticker from Paper Wishes.

I hope you like my project and
 that you'll check out this stamp
along with all the other  products available at

And, don't forget to join us each month for the Blog Challenge

Tuesday, December 24, 2019

December Inspiration - Batgirl

Hello There,
It's Sherry here today to share a little inspiration using this beautiful image from
Cute As A Button.

...I enjoyed making this card with the beautiful "Batgirl"...

The image is colored with markers and colored pencils.
You can find more details on my blog...
Loose Stitches and Unraveled Threads

...There are many more wonderful images to chose from at...
 Cute As A Button Stamps

...Come share your Cute As A Button creations and join in the challenges at...
Cute As A Button Facebook Group

...Be sure to join in our current challenge...
Cute As A Button Challenge Blog

Thank you for visiting.
Happy Crafty Hugs,
Sherry xx

Saturday, December 21, 2019

December Inspiration - Gale

This is Gale back again this month with some inspiration for December.  I have used this cute stamp Deck the Halls.  Just another cute Christmas Elf for the season.

I have used Copic markers to color her.  More info on my blog: Gale's Stamping Corner.

You can find many more gorgeous stamps at 
Cute As A Button Stamps

Share your Cute As A Button creations and join in the challenges at
Cute As A Button Facebook Group

And don't forget to join in our monthly challenges at
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Thank you for dropping by.

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

December Inspiration using Ice Skating Elf

Hi. I'm sharing a Christmas card I've made using this fun Cute As A Button digital stamp called Ice Skating Elf. This image is also this month's Cute As A Button Progressive Facebook Challenge image. You can find more details about this challenge over at the Cute As A Button Facebook Group

I chose to colour him in with Touch Five Markers and pencils. I fussy cut him out and layered him up with foam tape onto two pieces of patterned card. 

Here are some useful links to Cute As A Button StoreCute As A Button Blog Challenge, (this month Blog Challenge is Anything Goes) Cute As A Button Showcase Blog and Cute As A Button Facebook Group (this is where you can find the Cute As A Button Facebook Progressive Challenge.) 

Thank you for stopping by.

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

December Cute As A Button Inspiration

The Ice Skating Elf image is located in the Cute As A Button Stamp and Design shop and colored with Copic alcohol markers.   The card stock and embellishments are from the treasure chest on hand.

Sunday, December 15, 2019

December Inspiration - Saphron

Hello fellow crafters!

For this month’s inspiration, I made a sympathy card with I Look To You Lord. I went with subtle colours for this one because she’s clearly going through a really tough time and doesn't need bright and busy on her card.


On this card I used Copics and a few different brands of flowers. For the full details of my card, have a look at my blog.

To find your next crafty creation’s image, check out the Cute As A Button store.

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And come along and join in this month’s Challenge!

Thanks for visiting!

Friday, December 13, 2019

December Inspiration - Wendy

Hello there, its Wendy here today with some inspiration using the gorgeous 

To create this card I have used the following:
White card blank
Black cardstock
Grey cardstock
White Neenah cardstock
Tonic scallop square dies
Hand written sentiment
Cute as Button Are we done yet? image coloured with Copics
Tonic Nuvo glitter paste

You can find full details and links by visiting my blog Wendy's Blog

Thank you for visiting.