Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Shopping our Stash Reminder - No Stamping!

Just popping in in the middle of our 2-week challenge to remind you we want to see your projects with no stamping over at Shopping our Stash!  I found these pre-printed 'topper' sheets which are perfect for this kind of card:


Supplies: uh oh....can't remember where the toppers are from, buttons are from stash; cardstock is random scraps (including the red frame left over from die cutting something else); oh! Tim Holtz design ruler & embroidery supplies for the little random stitches. Not much of a supply list! lol

You've got until Monday, December 7 to join in - won't you? 
xoxo,
Jessi

10 comments:

Barbara Godden said...

What an adorable image and love those buttons. Fab. job on the challenge.

Chana said...

Wow, Jessi, this is wonderful! I love the buttos and the cross stitches are a nice touch! Nice work!
Hugz
Chana

lauren bergold said...

this is SO BRILLIANT!!! a topper + real buttons + real stitching!!! super easy and yet completely "custom" and totally dimensional. pretty sure you're a GENIUS missus! ♥

Leslie Hanna said...

I sit and admire your sewn buttons, for which I have the skill but lack the desire to execute. And I don't think I've ever owned a topper. Probably a good thing ...

jimlynn said...

So fun and cute - and Christmas-y! Love all those buttons and the stitching just tops it off.
Lynn

lostinpaper said...

So darn cute Jessi!

Lindsey said...

Leslie doesn't think she's owned a topper... I'm not sure what a topper is. All I know is it works here! And I really am planning to enter! Thank goodness for a two-week challenge.

Carol L said...

You have an incredible amount of patience to sew on all of those buttons in a perfect circle! I love the cross-stitched corners too! Fun card!

Donna said...

You and your fabulously awesomely amazing button frames!! They just set the card off perfectly!

hellerlittle said...

great Idea to use a topper !!!
think it´s from LOTV .... cause I got a lot of them in my stuff
CU hellerlittle