Monday, April 19, 2010

Buttons


Today I would like to show you how I always have the suitable buttons for my cards available

 It really does not take long.
 All you need is:
 any chosen punch (heart punch from SU)
 Glue
Crop ( to make the button holes)
Cardstock
Design  paper
Glossy accents'
 
 First you punch 4 x card stocks with your punch and 1 x design paper
 

then glue all 5 parts on top of each other


 You can distress the corners with Distress ink as an option


 Next step is to punch the holes with the Crop as we want them to look like a button

last but not least I overlay it with Glossy accents to give the buttons its last touch

thereby the buttons obtain a beautiful glossy touch after they have dried


 I hope I was able to inspire you with this little tutorial...

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30 comments :

  1. What a clever idea! Thanks for the inspiration :)

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  2. Great idea, don't have a crop for button holes though!

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  3. Brilliant idea, thank you.
    Pam x

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  4. Really great idea. I don't know where to buy the glossy accents in the netherlands maybe i can use something else.

    Greetings,
    Katja

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  5. Simple and very clever - thanks for the inspiration!
    Diane x

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  6. These are brilliant and look super - thank you x

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  7. Thank you for sharing this great idea
    hugs Linda

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  8. Fantastic idea thanks for the inspiration
    Christine x

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  9. Very cool. I love this idea.

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  10. Such a wonderful idea Sonja! Love those homemade buttons, they look fab:-D

    Hugs, Inge xOx

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  11. wonderful tutorial. Thank you so much for sharing:)

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  12. Wow, such a usefull tutorial, thanx a lot for sharing!

    Lins x

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  13. what a great idea, i must try it to.
    thank's for sharing. I do learn here a lot of things.
    Dana :-)

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  14. Have done buttons before, but never had the glossy accents to use. Have recently purchased said product, so thanks for posting a great idea! Could you please share what diameter the heart punch was? Thank you! CM2

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  15. Oh YES YES YES!!! Thank you so much. I LOVE the buttons :o)
    Hugs, Candy

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  16. AWESOME! Thank you : )
    Love and hugs ~
    Lori

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  17. great idea! thanks for sharing it with us!
    Grtz, Katrin

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  18. Fabuloso tutorial, me encanta, se abre un abanico de posibilidades.Bss

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  19. This is a wonderfull idea .
    You make me verry happy.
    Thank You !!!!!

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  20. I`m absolutely gonna be watching this blog!! This was also a great tutorial :) Thanks alot...

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  21. Soooooooo clever - these are going to be a HUGE hit!
    xXx

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  22. Amazing! I am all over this!

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  24. Very clever - thanks for the inspiration :D

    Fotf: If you don´t have a crop - you can use eyelet tools (I think):)

    *Hugs*

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  25. thanks for this brilliant idea...clear tutorial....thanks for sharing!
    xxx Margreet

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