Paper Crafting Inspiration

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Today I thought I would share some paper crafting inspiration. Sometimes you come across things that just make you want to create with paper. Often I don’t have the time or patience to paper craft, but alas it is something I want to try more of because the more you do something the easier it gets! Right?

Well Michelle Wooderson made these little button cards that were paper crafted, it was love at first sight. I have always wondered what to do with my grandma’s vintage buttons that sit in a jar or little box only to look at once in awhile. Now I am inspired to make button cards and put them in a display to hang on the wall!
To see where Michelle got her inspiration and to take a peek at her lovely blog just visit her at Mish Mash. She has all the details of which rubber stamps she used to help make this card from a website called

 Mores button cards I am  inspired by!

Look at this card made with little buttons. I was inspired by this paper crafted card at first sight! I am so temped to make a card for my daughter who is getting married. I am sure to find what I need from Emma’s Paperie. Have you ever shopped online at Emma’s Paperie? Well I have and I was swept away with lovely things from here. I have blogged about a designer for them before and also shared a teacher’s box I made with supplies from Emma’s Paperie

These paper craft goodies are designed by Melissa Phillips via her blog LilyBean’s Paperie  and has me knowing I am in love with the idea of making these button cards! 


Well dear friends, I hope this has you inspired to do some paper crafting! Have you ever made any cards or displays with your vintage buttons? I’d love to know~ 

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  1. Aloha Terry,
    I love these button cards; I love buttons. And you're right, it's a great idea to create button cards and display a collection of buttons that way, gives more character to the buttons!

  2. Aloha Creative Grammie, Thanks for your visit. Yes, I am excited to do this sometime soon.
    Have a wonderful week. Theresa

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