Monday, February 28, 2011

Cute as a Button!

It's Monday, again, and that means it's time for another challenge at The Kraft Journal. The theme for this week is "Cute as a Button". This theme has so many possibilities, I was almost overwhelmed trying to make a decision on what to make. Then, as I was searching through my stash, I found a cork board in a frame that I picked up at the $1 store a long time ago knowing that I could make something out of it...someday.

Well that someday arrived and I think it really is "Cute as a Button"!!


I will be giving this to little William's mama to use at their house. I think this is just  adorable as is, but you could certainly add a picture to it. Oh, another idea just hit me...I could have removed the cork piece and added metal behind it and it could have held up pictures with magnets and I could have made matching magnets with the bottle caps...oh the wheels are turning my friends!!

I used a piece of precut chipboard to reinforce the back of this frame, it was pretty flimsy and it really sturdied it right up....is sturdied a word?

I hope you enjoy this project and are inspired to create your own "Cute as a Button" themed piece of craftiness. Head on over to The Kraft Journal and see what the other amazing designers came up with for this challenge.

Kraft Outlet Supplies Used:
#142 Bottle Caps
#34 Precut Chipboard
#925 Xsmall Grungy Prim Tag

Other Supplies Used:
DP - Snips & Snails (Three Bugs in a Rug)
Buttons - (Stampin Up)
Paint - Light Buttermilk (Deco Art)
Ink - Tea Dye Distress Ink (Ranger)
Sealer - Mod Podge Matte (Plaid)
Tools - 1" Circle Punch, Hot Glue Gun, Fine Sand Paper

9 comments:

  1. Ha ha not sure if "sturdied" is a real word but I lvoe it anyway...
    This is adorable. I would love it.
    I have just bought a Tim Holzt configuration box, have you seen them? they are like a box of boxes! really cute, you fill them with stuff, anyhting really. Going to make one up for my daughter and make it all girls. Debbiexx

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  2. SO completely adorable, Kristina! Love, love that you took a plain old corkboard and turned it into something fabulous. I love the paper that you used, and the scattered bottle caps and buttons are so fabulous. Great job rocking the button challenge this week, my friend!

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  3. This is an absolutely delightful piece of art Kristina! I love this project... you are just so clever and artistic! xoxoxoxo In 17 more days you will be here with me! I better go clean. LOL :-)

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  4. I LOVE this project!! It is so stinkin' cute and anyone would love to have this! I love the tiny buttons inside of the bottle caps, such a cute idea! Oh a magnet board... thats a great idea! About sturdied... it is now! LOL Great work Kristina! Regan

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  5. I looovvveee altered projects. Love this. The bottle caps are so fun. Gotta get some. :)

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  6. This is adorable! I love the way you used the bottle caps and the colors are so fun and vibrant. Lots of great suggestions for different ways to use it too. You're awesome!

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  7. nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    i can't wait to find some bottle caps. love what you did w yours.

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