Saturday, August 14, 2010

Buttons on the Seashore

Hi, I'm back for another quick post. ;) This week's CA&F Monday Mania is with Sheng. She wants us to use funky buttons on our creations. Please check out the DT's and Sheng's samples on the CA&F link above and hope you get to play along.
I was searching for some funky buttons, and found some that had a pearly-offwhite sheen to them. An idea came to mind. I thought they could look like shells on the seashore. I knew the perfect Anya I wanted to use, Sunshine Anya, and just a simple beach background would do. Hope you get a chance to play along.
I was also inspired by the gals over at Tamiko's. Not knowingly I used the same colors they have for their inspirations: turqoise, orange and yellow. :)
I'm off to Torrance for a bbq. Maybe I'll have some craft stuff to post when I get back. Mahalo for stopping by, have a great Saturday!!
Paper: White card; kraft cs-Recollections; Shimmer turquoise-Bazzil; Clouds dp-DCWV; orange/yellow dp-Me & my big ideas
Stamps: Sunshine Anya & sentiment-The Greeting Farm
Ink: Rich cocoa-Memento
Copics: E000,13,17,42; YR24;0
Swirls embossing folder-Cuttlebug; Sun embossing folder-Tim Holtz


Berenice R. said...

So cute card! I love the bright colors TFS :)

donna mikasa said...

Love the buttony shells--great idea! And I love the "Hawaiian Tropics" tan on your Anya!

Linda said...

Hey! I just saw that you won the Club Anya Sketch Challenge! Congrats Leanne! AND I'm loving this card ... especially the sun! Very clever ... TFS!

Angela said...

Too cute Leanne!! I also love your new blog look!! Hope you have fun at the BBQ!!

Cyndi said...

super cute! love the scene!

Amy said...

I love your seashell buttons, this is such a fun, happy card! Love it!

Janie Printz said...

Such a sweet little card. Love those buttons & am enjoying your blog for the 1st time.
I'll be back to see more of what you create.
Hugs from Montana, Janie

Jodi said...

Great idea to use buttons for the shells!! Cute Card!
Jodi =)

Kim Y. said...

Great use of the shells, Leanne! You are so creative!