Flashback Hearts and Golden Buttons

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Flashback Hearts and Golden Buttons

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - Flashback Hearts and Golden Buttons Punch Detail

I sketched out this card weeks ago. Months ago actually, and when I came to make it, I knew exactly which colours and DSP I wanted to use.

I didn’t want a floral look to it, I wanted a geometric pattern that meant I could gift this to my husband.

It’s quite easy to make girlified (it’s a word…) cards with hearts ‘n stuff, but not manly ones.

Maybe the red is heading towards the valentiney feel, but I still love how it looks.

It’s a bit grungy with the Flashback DSP being a little faded, and the Cotton Ribbon and Linen Thread are a bit rough. Manly then!!!

So my centre though, it’s punch loveliness! The Sweetheart Punch over the top of the 2″ Circle Punch with a Basics Metal Gold Button on top.

Real Red, Naturals Ivory, and a little extra embellishment and you’re done!

I hope you like it.

And more to the point, I hope Chris does too!

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - Flashback Hearts and Golden Buttons

Sam xx

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Sam Donald

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. Nice! I like the use of the ribbon in the center!

  2. I love all your projects!!! I have a question that had been pondering for awhile. When I started card making I took a few classes and the cards always started with a white card base. Now I am in the habit of doing them that way
    You almost always have a colored card base. Do you put white on the inside for writing on and if so is it card stock or just white paper? Love your work and look forward to your emails.
    Leigh Ann

  3. Love the DSP. Great card!

  4. Diana W. says:

    Love the colors. Perfect! Thanks for sharing your talents.

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