supplies: red and white cardstock, various red and white buttons, pearls, red and white baker's twine, Hero Arts CL163 Always Hearts, Adirondack Cranberry ink, Spellbinders Nestabilities Scallop Heart dies
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You know that this touches my heart, Lin! I, too, have always wanted to make a solid button card - but how much does it weigh? Full of love, that's for sure. Love this!
I LOVE THIS!! Your big, button-filled heart is gorgeous, Lin! :)
Darling card, Lin!! I love your use of the heart shape with buttons! Whose heart would not melt with a card like this? Hope you are enjoying the Thanksgiving weekend!! HUGS!
Love it Lin! I love your button heart so happy you got to make one! :>
Lin... I love this! It is beautiful! Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you are with your family!
What a gorgeous card Lin. Great use of the buttons.
Wow Lin! Such a pretty card! LOVE your button heart. TFS!
Beautiful Lin- love your button filled heart!
OH SO many beautiful buttons--LOVE the filled heart--LOVE each button--although that top cream/white/vintage one keeps catching my eye! LOVE:) You rock!!!!
This is so gorgeous!!! Can't look at it enough :)
Be still my heart!! SO beautiful, Lin! Hope your holiday was wonderful! Hugs, Marcy xoxo
Lin this is beautiful. I love all the different colors and shapes of buttons you used.
This is so pretty and happy! I think this is the perfect Valentine's Day card! It made me smile big! Have a good week!
Beautiful use of all of those buttons Lin! I really need to crank out my stash and use them, I think I neglect my buttons the most! Great inspiration!
Absolutely special, Lin! Love all the different sizes and patterns of all the buttons which formed into a heart-shaped!
SO cute Lin! I really need to try out this button filling technique - maybe I'll give it a whirl for that challenge! ;)
It looks like you stitched on the buttons onto the cards took. Was that hard to do?
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