June 7, 2013

You're My Fave!

Hi there!

Today i have a quick and easy card! Its a perfect little card to send to anyone, just because! And it had to be quick, because i yesterday i had to get back to studying! This post is going live while i'll be on campus taking a test! Eek!! :)

I made this card for Cherry Lynn Designs Challenge #83 - Red, White & Blue. They have challenges every week and this week kicks off there Summer Blast Giveaway!! Click here to see the challenge and get all the details (you have to participate in each challenge this month, and the 1st challenge ends Sunday!)

I started by die cutting a star button from white cardstock, then i covered the front of the star with glitter glue, and set it aside to dry.

Then i used some red cardstock and blue pattern paper and die cut several round buttons. I made my cardbase and adhered the buttons with pop up dots.

I stamped my sentiment in black ink and last tied a tiny bow on the star and adhered it at the end of the sentiment.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Cheery Lynn Designs: Buttons 2
Stamp: Hampton Art - Bella Blvd: Kiss Me
Glitter Glue: Tim Holtz
Twine: May Arts


  1. So cute! (Cute as a button....hee hee)

  2. Hi Dana,
    What an original card. Super cute and extremely eye catching. Thank you very much for joining us this week at Cheery Lynn Designs.
    Huge Hugs*

  3. Dana, this is so stinkin' cute! You did a great job with it :) Thanks for joining us at the Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge! Remember to play with us for the rest of the month to be entered to win an eBosser! Good luck!

  4. my favorite color combo of all time! you've used it to perfection here Dana! love the dimension, the perfectly cut buttons and that sweet sentiment.

  5. I love this card. It's so simple and clean and yet just pops. Thanks for joining us this week at Cheery Lynn's Challenge and best of luck.

  6. Hi Dana :)

    What a really cool card!

    Thanks so much for joining us at Cheery Lynn Designs this week,



  7. I love it! So bright & cheerful - and how it manages to be CAS and so detailed? Just too cool :D