Thursday, May 30, 2013

Saying hello

Sorry about being MIA yesterday. The night before we were getting some pretty bad thunder and lighting and I thought it best to shut down the computer. By the time the weather settled down I was ready to head to bed.

So on with today. I've got some flowers for you (sort of)


I have a Pinterest board titled Greeting card inspiration. Whenever I'm in the mood to make a card I browse the board for idea.

This is my version of one that I have pinned to that board.  I was going to give you the link for the original card but it appears to no longer be any good.

20 comments:

  1. It is really pretty, and would be so easy to make. I'm glad you are alright!!!

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  2. Cute card, I can see why you pinned it :-)
    Hugs, antonella :-)

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  3. really pretty card, i like the 3 d buttons. what did you use behind the buttons? i enlarged but cant tell.

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  4. The flowers look so sweet on this card! A lovely springtime card!

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  5. Okay what did you make those flowers with - paper - very pretty. sandie

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  6. That is pretty - the 2-hole buttons almost look like faces!

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  7. Very pretty! When I craft with buttons I tend to use so much glue that it looks like a 1st grader made it. I need to organize my pinterest boards as they are getting overwhelming!

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  8. Too cute and a big hello to you too.

    Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. ☺

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  9. What a cute card! I love the buttons for flowers!

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  10. Um, I don't know if that button in the middle will make people with glasses feel better or not.

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  11. Cute card. A big hello to you too:)

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  12. Very pretty card Ann! The button flowers are so cute.

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  13. Oh Ann, I love the little button cards. SO cute --and cheerful...

    Yes, it's best not to be on the computer during severe weather.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  14. So creative --- love those buttons. :)

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  15. Sweet....home made cards are so special to receive.

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  16. How did you do those flowers? They are cute- are the edges spreading marker, done before cutting out?

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