I'm debating if I need to replace that green panel - I died the seam binding with Slate ink, and apparently it wasn't as dry as I thought before I assembled. In person, I don't really mind it much... it just seems like a little more distressing.
So, here are the details: the buttons are cut with the Artiste Cricut cartridge and 2 of them are stamped with the Buttons, Bits, and Bobs stamp set. I ink distressed them all with coordinating ink on Sponge Daubers. All of the other papers are sponged with Chocolate ink, and the sentiment (from the same stamp set) is also stamped in Chocolate on a banner cut at 1" from the Artiste Cricut cartridge.
The blue pattern paper is from the Balloon Ride paper pack, and the green pattern is from Ariana. The patterned button was a scrap from the discontinued Avonlea paper pack.
Now that I look at this more, I think I may need to make a girl version of it too! I think it would look great with a floral print...
- Balloon Ride paper pack
- Ariana paper pack
- Buttons, Bits, and Bobs stamp set
- Artiste Cricut collection
- Exclusive Inks stamp pads in Chocolate, Cocoa , Cashmere, and Slate
- Sponge Daubers
- seam binding or ribbon
- Cardstock in Chocolate and Colonial White
- scrap of Avonlea paper (discontinued)
- 3-D Foam Tape