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Catered Crop–Button Up!

The Catered Crop has another fabulous recipe swap – BUTTONS!  Woo hoo!  You know how I love buttons!  Let’s get cookin’!


2013-07-11 CCbuttons WM


If you need more inspiration, check out the fabulous button projects Linda curated on her Pinterest board, Button, Button, Who’s Got the Button.  



Share your button project at the Catered Crop!  We can’t wait to see what you create!


Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day!


  • Stamps:  Hero Arts Chevron Background and Papertrey Handwritten Nots
  • Inks:  Versamark and Close To My Heart Chocolate ink
  • Papers:  Papertrey kraft cs, Stampin’ Up vellum, scrap white CS
  • Tools: Sewing machine, Martha Stewart butterfly punches, Stampin’ Up photo corner punch, Big Shot, Papertrey canvas texture plate, Sweet N Sassy Heart dies
  • Embellishments:  Starbuck coffee sleeve, May Arts burlap twine, misc. buttons, Smooch Lipstick spritz spray, Tsukineko Lady Bug Fireworks glitter spray, Tattered Angels Starfish glimmer mist spray



Lisa said…
This is so beautiful!! I love the buttons and twine!! It looks amazing!!
Have a great day :)

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Sara I. said…
Talk about simply amazing!!! Love the butterfly you created and the fabulous contrast of colors!!
Sandra H said…
Gorgeous card and l just love how you have used those buttons and twine absolutely stunning x
Anna Jasiolek said…
Dear Cheryl, yes, your card is simply amazing! Love this CAS style and how you used the buttons. Thank you for your inspiration!
Anna xxx
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I've got enough buttons to choke a horse! I should get to playing with this one!

Love the subtle chevrons!!

Hope you are well :)
Oh I love how you used your buttons! That twine and button trick is so cute! Love this fabulous design. I have a few jars full of buttons I rarely use, I think I will make it my mission to use some soon. Thanks for the inspiration. Thanks for playing with us over at Loves Rubberstamps!
A beautiful CAS card ..Thanks for sharing on Make it Monday
Sheila said…
Lovely card, thank you for joining the my craft creations challenge. Good luck x
KraftyKoolKat said…
This is lovely Cheryl, you can make a simple button look gorgeous. I spotted you over on MIM and came for a closer look and I am so glad that I did.

Angela said…
I just bought some thin twine for a project - never thought of adding buttons until now! Such a cute idea!
Janis said…
Thank you for Linking Up at An Inky Situation. Your project is featured on our Facebook Page today and linked to your blog!
An Inky Situation Page on Facebook
:) Janis
Shop Stampin' Up! with me
Your button butterfly is very pretty. I am enjoying all the button projects.
Pam said…
I love buttons! This is such a pretty card!
Saints Rule! said…
A fabulous project! Thanks for joining us this week at Word Art Wednesday!
Pia S said…
The sentiment says it all - your card is simply amazing! Love this clean design, with the pop of reds against the neutral colored DP - lovely! I spotted your card on MIM.
Davi said…
Beautiful Cheryl and love the fun way you strung the buttons on the string ;) Have a great weekend!
Cheryl: I have been a big fan of your work for quite some time, and I know I've begged (a few times) to have you stop by and share with us, so....I was SO excited to see that you've linked up with us this week. Your card is just darling and I thank you SO MUCH for sharing it with us. Have a blessed week and please join us again soon - I LOVE seeing your amazing cards.
Blessings & Hugs,
Word Art Wednesday
beautiful CAS card, love all the buttons!
Thanks for joining the TTCRD challenges!
Pat (mspfd) said…
Love the button treatment. Your card is fabulous!
Linda McClain said…
Oh my goodness gracious. You are the button queen. I love it.
I love that card, and all those so sweet buttons. That was one of the rowdiest games we played as children. So exciting. Things have changed in the last 60 odd years.
Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful paper crafts with us today at WAW. We appreciate your participation and love seeing your diverse gifts and talents.
Carole Robb Bisson
Shelby said…
Very cool CAS design and love how you've used the button and the butterfly.

whoistracy said…
Thanks for your sweet comment Cheryl. This is just adorable!! Hope you've been enjoying summer so far.
Jennifer said…
Oh I love buttons and how you added them to your card is fabulous! Beautiful layered butterfly!
Marcy said…
Beautiful card! I love your butterfly and all of those red buttons. I hoard buttons and charms too! :) Thanks so much for joining our challenge over at Loves Rubberstamps! :)
Beautiful! I love how you added the buttons and thread border! So fun!

Saints Rule! said…
Beautiful project! Thanks for joining us at Word Art Wednesday!
Kerri said…
beautiful card!! thks for joining us over at One Crazy Stamper..Good luck!!
Janis said…
Thank you for Linking Up at An Inky Situation. Your project is featured on our Facebook Page today and linked to your blog!
An Inky Situation Page on Facebook
:) Janis
Shop Stampin' Up! with me
Lady Anne said…
Wow, I love the simplicity of this card, it is beautiful. Thank You for sharing with us at Lady Anne's Challenges. I hope we see you again soon.
Love ~ Lady Anne xx

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