Nov 1, 2017

It's all about buttons and blueberries

Colleen from Scrappin Granny here sharing with you a recipe page.  I am creating 6 recipe books for my grandchildren and one for me.


I started by using Marcella by K&Company for the background and then layered it with another piece from the same collection.


Another piece of paper from my scrap pile was used on top.



I used the Buttons 1 die by Cheery Lynn and once the buttons were cut I used clear VersaMark ink and clear embossing powder to make them a little shinny.






I also used the Spring Flower Burst Doily by Cheery Lynn and white piece of white cardstock.  This doily I used as the background for the flowers.  The flowers I made and then used ink on the petals and used some of the buttons for the centers for the flowers.  To finish off the buttons I used liquid pearls in each one of the holes or I used twine for the rest of the buttons on the flowers.


To finish off the page, I used a scrap piece of yellow cardstock and cut them with deco shears as well as tag.


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7 comments:

  1. Awesome, Colleen. I'll have to try the recipe.

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  2. Beautiful recipe page; love the colors.

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  3. Can't believe those buttons are dies - they look great!

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  4. So fabulous! Such a great idea and what a family keepsake!

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  5. delightful project! great idea for them, hopefully they will hang on to it and always have it!

    Alicia

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  6. What a beautiful recipe page. Your grandchildren are going to treasure these books. Love what you did with the buttons - the embossing makes them look so real!

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