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Monday, February 20, 2012

BSS MONDAY IDEA - BIG BUCKLE CARD

Welcome to the BUFFALO STAMPS AND STUFF Monday Idea

Today's idea is a Big Buckle Card.  You can find a written and video tutorial at:


The Big Buckle Card has a slit at the bottom and a paper
buckle that fits through it, it also holds the card closed.


The inside of the card with the buckle opened.


Card Recipe

Stamps - Birds, Northwoods Rubber Stamps (P8425), buckle sentiment - A Muse Art Stamps
(9-82498),  inside sentiment - Penny Black (4176H)
Paper - My Mind's Eye
I used a white 5x7 card base
Border punch - Martha Stewart
Die cut - Spellbinders Label 11 (Grand)
Flower - Prima, leaves - punch (maple leaf)
Colored with Copics
Sky colored using ripped paper towel and
a stipple brush

This is a unique card, and easy to put together.  Have fun making one and decorating it!

Have a great Monday.  Thanks for stopping by.  Until later..............


13 comments:

downrightcrafty said...

stunning colouring as always and a gorgeous card
Hugs Kate xx

catherine said...

This is a beautiful card Sue and lovely image.
have a nice week
x catherine

CraftyC said...

Gorgeous card Sue, such a pretty scene!
Clairexx

scrapperjulia said...

I love buckle cards, Sue! This one is gorgeous! Love your coloring! Have a great week, my friend!

Sandra said...

Gorgeous card and the colouring is stunning!:) Sandra H

Dora said...

hello Sue,
beautiful.
like the picture and wonderful coloring.
the birds are pretty!!
greetings dora

KarinsArtScrap said...

oo wow this one is gorgeous sue.
very beautiful card.

greetings karin

*Vicki* said...

WOW! Really stunning image my friend and what a fun design!! HUGS

Sandra1968 said...

This is really gorgeous!
Hugs, Sandra

Glenda Atkins said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Lee said...

Really Beautiful in every way.xx

Sue from Oregon said...

This card will definitely get me in the mood for spring Sue! I can hear the birds chirping now!

America said...

What a super cool card. Love the coloring, the fab fold, the images and the shape.