Monday, February 25, 2013

Using Transparencies, Part 3

Don't you like how clever my titles have been the last few days? Scintillating, I know.

Here's the last transparency card that's good enough to share. Ta-da!!!

Julie Ebersole, Her Royal Rubberness, taught me to never, ever, under any circumstances, use nekkid buttons on a card. So these three all have brown DMC floss in knots, if you will!

One heart, two strips of wood-grain-stamped transparency, three buttons. Easy as 1, 2, 3!

And yes, that was on purpose. Give it a try!

stamps: Papertrey Heart Prints, Hero Arts wood grain background
ink: StazOn brown, Memento Love Letter
paper: Papertrey white, clear
accessories: buttons, dimensionals, heart punch, DMC floss


  1. This one is definitely my favourite. Pity I gave my brown Staz On away as it looks so effective.

  2. This is killer Susan. I absolutely love how CAS it is. Perfect! So calm and so very cool with the wood grain on the transparency. Two thumbs way, way up. Bev

  3. Lol, beautifully done (and said)!

  4. Fantastic ... I love the crispness of the lines and heart paired with the buttons and pops of colour! Thanks for the inspiration on all three posts ... Anita :)

  5. Love this one too! So CAS!!
    Lizy xx

  6. Lovely! I will be CASE'g, as I do so many of your cards. I'm with Julie. I cringe when I see bare buttons on cards. They look so unfinished. Who amongst us doesn't have some string or twine (or a rhinestone if we're really desperate) that will dress up that poor button just waiting to be anchored to the card by more than a glue dot?


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