Friday, 25 March 2011

The Stamp Man challenge - Anything by Tim

But first here is a snapshot of the yummies our retreat friends will be sampling this weekend.
MMMMM Yum!

Its been a busy old week so here is my sample for The Stamp Man challenge which is also combined with part of workshop 1 of the retreat - making buttons.


Inspired by last years Button tin project in Craft stamper Michelle and I have added our own twist and had lots of fun with it.

Shrink plastic buttons are such fun! We used nesties to die cut then brilliance inks to stamp and edge before shrinking - dont forget to punch the holes before shrinking!


These are chipboard buttons die cut from Tims sewing room die - the first one is stamped in brushed corderoy then glazed with 2 coats of clear embossing powder - the second has 3 coats of blue embossing powder then is stamped into with a stamp from the TH Haberdashery plate of stamps by Tim - These are going to be so well used this weekend! Finished off by sewing the buttons onto the freebie download from craft stampers website, printed in grey scale and adjusted slightly to fit the embelishment box which I will show you fully on Monday after the retreat.
The Stamp Man has a fabulous range of Tims Goodies if you have a few pennies to spare and with free p&p over £10 you can't go wrong! Do stop by the challenge and see what fabulous projects the DT have come up with.
See you after the weekend!

8 comments:

  1. Fabulous buttons Janet, such a gorgeous variety. Have a great time at the retreat, wish I could have joined you.
    Happy Friday and have a great weekend.
    luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox
    PS I will get my ATCs in the post tomorrow for the SM swap. xx

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  2. fab buttons and the cakes are to die for enjoy yourselves jenniexx

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  3. fabulous buttons and wish I had taste a screen as those sweet treats look so scrummy
    Hugs and have a great time
    Kate xx

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  4. I love those buttons. I thin I need to have a play. X

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  6. Great idea for the buttons Janet, lots of things used to make them so great for a crafting playtime, they look great!

    Jill x

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  7. Fabulous buttons Janet, and they look great sewn onto their card x

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Thanks for taking the time to stop by and look at my bits and pieces. If you leave a comment I can pop over to yours and have a peep at your work too.