Monday, March 21, 2011

pushing my buttons

Hi my friends. Today is another challenge on the Squigglefly blog. It's called SFC90 - Pushing my Buttons. That means we want to see buttons on your creation.

Although you may use any images on your creation to enter the challenge, in order to qualify for the prize you must use at least one Squigglefly image! You may combine SF images with non-SF images to qualify! If you don't have any Squigglefly images, help yourself from the FREEBIES available.

You have until Sunday evening to upload your new creation to your blog or any on-line photo gallery. Please use SFC90 in your keywords.

Please add a DIRECT link to your project in the InLinkz box on the SF blog, so we can find it -- (new creations only and no back-linking please!). If you have more than one entry, link each one separately.

The winner will be announced at the same time the new challenge post comes up next Monday, so be sure to come back to see if you are a winner!

My card showcases an older set called Smell the Flowers. All the images on my card, including the sentiment, are from this set.

I colored the images with a combination of sponging and copic markers. I decided to use the stem image a little differently than normal and place it on its side.

I added white dots with a gel pen to the large flower and cut it out. The leaves are also cut out. I popped up the flower on dimensional tape. The flower center is a black button with a rhinestone added in the middle. All the buttons are from my very large stash.

Be sure to stop by the Squigglefly blog and check out the other design team samples.

We'd love to see your creations, so be sure to join in the challenge each week.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Have a great week.


*Vicki* said...

Oh Melody, this is so gorgeous hun!! LOVE the colors and the white dots along the edge of your flower too!! Gorgeous use of the buttons and great challenge card!! HUGS

JanR said...

The colours are absolutely fabby and I adore the buttons you used!

Holly said...

Fantastic card Melody! I love how you used the buttons and how you arranged the digital elements. The white dots really add a lot too!

Dani said...

So pretty!!!