Friday, April 20, 2012

All Buttoned Up

I am back with my favorite male character.  This is Spontaneous Gus - Tidbits from Bugaboo Stamps.  Male cards are always a challenge and Gus has so much personality, my cards just create themeselves.  I created this for my DSIL whom I adore and just love to tease.  He is used to my humor and tolerates me with polite dignity.  Although I do have to say that sometimes he has outright smirked at me and has been know to show some gestures of disgust.  LOL .  I do love that boy.

Our talented Anne is our hostess this week and she wants us to button up our creations.  I love buttons and tend to used them almost as much as ribbons.  (Please note there is not a ribbon in site on this one!)  You should see what my other DT Sistahs have created with their buttons this week.  I peeked in at them when I posted my card and saw some really cute  designs.

Look at this great prize you could win this week.  I certainly would love to win this one, but unfortunately, as a DT Designer I am not qualified.  :(  But guess what you are.  So grab some buttons and go for it.  Can't you just see that lovely blue gingham ribbon in your stash basket?


Mother and Daughter, Mary and Andrea started the Ribbon Girl when they became frustrated at not being able to buy 'just a metre' of a particular ribbon or piece of lace - now card makers, crafters, cake decorators, stitchers and scrapbookers can choose to buy as much or as little as they need, even if it is just one metre!   There is an amazing choice of numerous types and colours of ribbon, twine, diamante picks and buckle slides, an abundance of beautiful vintage and modern style lace and seam binding ribbon, tiny pom-pom and ric-rac trim, plain, sparkly and polka dot buttons, fancy pins, charms, pearl and crystal flourishes, wool felt squares, seasonal and unusual embellishments, mulberry flowers, sticky tape. We stock only the best quality products such as Divine Twine, Berisford, May Arts, Zva and only offer for sale goods that we would personally buy and use ourselves.  


                                                       



Recipe:
DP and CS - DCWV "The Green Stack"  70% Recycled Paper
Scalloped oval punch - Marvy
Button and embrodiery floss - my stash
Picture hanging on the wall is cut from a piece of DP
Glitter pen - Sakura

16 comments:

  1. Imagine teasing the poor boy. Don't you know he'll get his own back when yer old and demented lol Only joking Linda, he'll love it. It's a smashing card
    Anne x

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  2. Brilliant card Linda,made me smile, what a fab image ...enjoy the weekend.
    Wendy xx

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  3. Linda I couldn't wait to comment on your card. This is adorable! From the wall paper to the rug and then the tiny picture detail on the wall you rocked this creation. Thanks so much for helping me out this week <3 Have a happy crafty weekend.

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  4. Bahahaha! I love it!!!
    Great scene you made here Linda. No doubt Bob will get a big kick out of it. All that's missing is the dog at his feet. ~jeni :)

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  5. Hi hun
    lol a fantastic card, do luv these bugaboo images, great papers & design,have a lovely weekend hun, sue,x

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  6. Heehee. This has made me laugh! Great card Linda. Fabby colours.

    Have a great weekend.

    Susan x

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  7. Fabulous card Linda :-) I love Gus, such a fun bloke :-) I am sure your SIL will love this :-)

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  8. fantastic male card linda.stunning colours and i love the fun bugaboo image :D

    xx coops xx

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  9. I love Gus and I just adore the scene you've created with him! He gave me a chuckle. :) Hope you're having a great weekend!

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  10. Ah ha great card. I love these images. Jeanette

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