Stampin' Up! Circle Circus & Puns From The Past!
This weeks challenge is a Clean and Simple Elements of Style Challenge themed “Button, button, whose got the button?” Any time I think of sewing terms I think of of Puns From The Past stamp set. I thought this might be a good opportunity to introduce my faux stitching technique (for you non-sewers out there)! Now where did I put that button?
Stamp Sets -
- Circle Circus (115778)
- Puns From The Past (111676)
- Inviting Clear Mount (120630)
- Real Red Classic (103133)
- Rich Razzleberry Classic (115658)
- Pumpkin Pie Classic (105216)
- Pumpkin Pie Stampin' Write Marker (105115)
- Daffodil Delight (119667)
- Basic Black Classic (101179)
- Whisper White Card Stock (100730)
- Rich Razzleberry Card Stock (115316)
- Pumpkin Pie Card Stock (105117)
- Brights Collection Designer Buttons (119722)
- SNAIL Adhesive (104332)
- Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)
- Mini Glue Dots (103683)
- Mat Pack (105826)
- Paper Piercing Tool (116631)
Putting It Together Tips:
- Glue Dots are the absolute best to adhere heavy items like buttons to the face of a card or scrapbook page. A thin strip of Pumpkin Pie Card Stick serves as the “thread” that appears to hold the button in place.
- The appearance of DSP was created by randomly stamping Circle Circus images on Whisper White card stock. I chose to use one color for each shape to create the illusion of more buttons as the background.
- The stitching technique is created by using the Mat Pack template to evenly pierce the card stock creating the illusion of needle holes. The holes are connected using the fine tip of a Stampin' Write marker - in this case Pumpkin Pie. Voile! Stitching! Check out my YouTube video above!
- I just had to complete the illusion by using the pin from the Inviting set to give the appearance that the sentiment was pinned to the card face.
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