April 26, 2011

Monday's THEME Challenge: MTC3 - Buttons

Hi Gang!! Sorry I am late with posting this week's Monday Theme Challenge. I am trying to fight this nasty cold, and with a busy weekend, oh boy, I just couldn't get it posted on Monday. Ok, well, first - let's announce our winner from last week's "Easter" theme challenge.....


#4 was:

{{ Cindy }}

Congrats Cyndi!

Here is a badge you can proudly display on your blog (simply copy & paste):


And Thank You all who joined us last week! We hope that you will join us for this week's Monday Theme Challenge!!!

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This week's Theme is:

{{ BUTTONS }}


Yes!! We wanna see what you create with your buttons!! You must use at least 2 buttons on your project. You can use any type of buttons: Die Cut Buttons, Stamped Image Buttons, or Regular Plastic Buttons...

Here are the rules:

  1. Create your project according to the theme posted above. You can create anything, it doesn't have to be a card.
  2. Post your creation on the web. (Blog, Gallery, Flick'r, Photobucket, etc.,).
  3. Copy (ctrl + c) the link to your project by right clicking on your blog's title post, and then paste (ctrl + v) it to the section below by clicking on the blue "Add Your Link" button below.
  4. Deadline to submit the link to your creation will be on Sunday, May 1st, 12 pm, Hawaii Standard Time.
  5. Winner will be announced next Monday, prior to the NEW Monday THEME Challenge.
This week's Sponsor is:

{{ From an Anonymous Blog Reader }}


Of which she has donated:


1 Set of The Greeting Farm's "Oh Baby" (Partially Cut)
3 Sets of 3 Very Big Buttons (Clear, Yellow and Blue)

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Here are our projects to get your ideas going:


Ali made her own flowers, simply by hand cutting layers of jaggity circles, and scrunching and then layering them on top of each other.

This card was a quickie card for my nephew, as I was creating it minutes before walking out of the house and heading to his birthday party. Buttons really come in handy when you need to get a huge space filled...


I cut this bag out using my eClips Machine {{yes! I am loving it!!}}, then I used my Scallop Oval Nestie to create a window for peeking into (covered with acetate). Then decorated with Prima Flowers, and buttons for the middle of them.



We hope these'll help yo get started on yours and join in on the fun!! God Bless!

Ali n' Jen






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