Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Subway Artisan

Something about the Soho Subway paper was calling to me last week. This is one of the cards I made. I just couldn't bring myself to cover up the numbered panel on this card, so there really isn't much stamping.

Look how well the Simply Pressed Clay buttons took the colors with a marker! I am going to have to make a bunch more blank buttons, I am already half way through the stash I had made last month. I think I may even buy another set of molds, or 2... so I can mass produce these babies!
  • Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes
  • Ink: Early Espresso, Soft Suede, Summer Starfruit
  • Paper: Early Espresso, Naturals White, Soho Subway DSP
  • Other: Corner Rounder and Artisan Label punches, White Baker's Twine, Simply Pressed Clay and Buttons and Blossoms mold, Signo white gel pen, dimensionals

5 comments:

Tina Adams said...

The paper is very nice all by itself. No reason to cover it up. Do you color the buttons after they are dry? I noticed them on your other cards. They are so nice. I like how the brown ones look distressed.

Tanya Boser said...

Tina, yes I do color the buttons after they are dry, I use a marker. :)

Adriana Benitez said...

Nice card! And I can't believe how well the clay buttons take color. The brown ones look almost like wood - beautiful!

Yapha said...

Great card! I love the numbers and your buttons are fabulous!

Paula said...

Another great card, Tanya. Love the buttons.

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