“Button, button, who’s got the button?”
Well, this week, I’ve got the button – actually, I have a LOT of buttons thanks to the Build-a-Flower die cut set now available from Clear and Simple Stamps.
As the name says, this set of dies allows you to create an adorable arrangement of flowers with a simple run through your manual die cutting machine. Included in the set are two button dies. They can serve as the center of your flower OR can be used all alone, which is exactly what I did for today’s modern baby card.
For today’s card, I also wanted to challenge myself to use a gender neutral color palette. Of course, I still love my pink and blue for baby cards, but today I went a different route. I hope you’ll like the result – I sure do…
Until Later Loverlies,
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Yup, it works! It’s so crisp and fresh! 😀
Oh my gosh, these are dies??? I really thought they were actual buttons!!! Going to have to have a look at these!!!
Your card is fabulous!!! It really is darling for a baby!!!
Wow these dies look perfect. love the neutral colours.
Simply adorable, Amber!
Your card is adorable! Thanks for sharing what this die can do
Absolutely gorgeous cards! You have such a wonderful style!STC Technologies
Just wanted to say, howdy. Just discovered your blog. Though, of course, it turns out I’ve seen lots of your work before. Love your party ensembles and gifts (none of which I will ever have time to make but love them just the same) and the calendars. My mother-in-law gives me a set that fits in a 4 x 6 magnetic grame every year and every year I think, gee, I’d like to make these as gifts. Maybe next year, starting with your templates I will be able to do so. Good luck with your wedding. And please, do not WORRY about the details of your magnificent day and just enjoy yourself.
I adore your cards and party ideas. They are all so elegant.
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Thanks Connie 🙂
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