I turned the button upside down and tied the ribbon through the shank(?). The twinkle jewel is leftover from a school project. I made the blue paper last summer. The flower is stamped on cardback of a 10 pack of M&M's.
Date: Friday, February 10, 2006 GMT Views: 239
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Sat, Feb 11, 2006 @ 6:41 AM
I really had to study your card. I love all the textures. I learned a lot from it too. I would never have thought of how to use a shank button on a card ... no less flip it over. The handmade paper adds so much texture. Also I don't think I have ever seen the use "cardback" what a cool idea the edges add so much. It's taking everything I have to stop myself from going around the house and tearing up every piece of cardboard in the house to see what it looks like! Thanks for sharing!