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Thursday, February 28, 2013

i-top Button Feature - Day 8


Welcome to our final day of our i-Top Button Feature.
We sure hope that you've been inspired by all of the amazing creations that you've seen over the past 2 weeks.  We certainly have!  The possibilities are endless as you can clearly see!

Let's take a look at our final projects today.

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Home Decor Canvas

I have been wanting to make a home decor item for my office.  The room is so full of sun that I thought I would like to try my hand at a canvas project.  I decided to make a field of flowers.  For this project I used my I top buttons and covered them with the awesome Childhood Memories paper.  I just love the colors in this collection and they worked so well with the felt that I had on hand.  
After I cut out my flowers I sewed my buttons on to create the center.  I then used my I Bond and glued them onto my canvas.  I then used some on hand supplies to finish off the scene of a field on a sunny day.  I made one last button and made that my center of the sun.  Now I can see my canvas and always have a  sunny scene!




Supplies:
Tools- I top, Buttons ( small, medium and large), I Bond
Paper- Imaginisce Childhood Memories
Canvas- Personal Stash
Mist- Tattered Angels, Heidi Swapp
Twine- The Stringery
Ribbon- Doodlebug
Chipboard- Maya Road
Felt- Personal Stash





Flip Flops

The I-top tool can be used for all sorts of fun projects.  My fun project was embellishing a pair of flip flops.  I secured a silk flower to the center of the sandal.  Placed a button daddy in the center, covered with A Day in The Life paper from the Childhood Memories Collection and then embellished it with Hot Rocks and the I-rock tool.  This was a quick and easy way to add a little pizzaz to a pair of sandals sitting in the closet.






Supplies:  I-top tool, Medium Button Daddies, 22mm Imaginisce punch,  I-Rock tool, Hot Rocks, Pogo Adhesive, Silk flower. Childhood Memories Day In The Life Paper, Flip Flops







 Well, as you can see ... the i-top Buttons can be used to create just about anything!!!
We want to shout out to our amazing DT because they did such an incredible job creating these fabulous & stunning projects!  So much inspiration!  Thank you ladies.

As we mentioned at the beginning of these past 2 weeks we are having a giveaway and today is the last day that you can enter.  (details are posted below)  Good luck!!!


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Don't forget about our Giveaway!
If you love to cover buttons then you will love this prize!


We'd love to hear what you would create using the i-top tool and some accessories.  
Just leave us a comment about what you'd create and you'll be automatically entered into the random drawing for an ...


i-top tool package!
(winner will be announced Fri., March 1st)

25 comments:

Texas Cattlewoman said...

The past two weeks are the busiest two weeks each year for our ranch. By next Monday I will be totally exhausted and take a week of recovery. I've not been able to comment each day but I am amazed at the tremendous creativity of the design team! I love both of today's projects. My daughter would love a pair of flip flops. The home decor peace would fit perfectly in my scrap room. The i-Top for a month now is something I would love to have in my collection of tools! Thank you for the wonderful inspiration!

Mary Pat Siehl said...

those flip flops are so awesome!!! great job!

Gregsgirl's crafty corner said...

what an amazing and ingenious tool, I love the projects you created, I would use it for my layouts!

Guiseppa said...

These projects are rockin'! Wow...fabulous ideas ladies!

Annette said...

love Mary Pat's project and those flip flops are so fun... would use this tool for get embellishments for my cards.. thanks for sharing..

Margie said...

Great projects! I especially love Mary Pat's canvas!

Caryn S said...

Wow! Here I am thinking I have some ideas for what to do with an i-Top, and every day I come to this blog and see more cute stuff! Love that canvas and, Goodness Gracious, the flip flops are adorable! I was just thinking jewelry and headbands for my girls but now I'm thinking we're going to try some of these too!

Onehappyscrapper said...

Cute idea with the flip flops. I am trying to figure out how to use it in making a memo board as magnets or a calendar! Think that would be awesome using photos for each family member.

Scrapycandy said...

Love these ideas! Who knew?

Anita Braddock said...

super cool idea I love the cards and the flip flops are Awesomely cute thanks for the ideas and the chance to win.

littlen said...

i like making my own embellishments and this tool would make it so easy to make everything coordinate.

Romy said...

Such lovely projects! That card is amazing! I would love to use the i-top to pimp my clothes a little bit. I usually wear black, but would love to add some colour to it.

scrappin2babygirls said...

i love all the different things you can make using the itop products.. thanks for sharing.
-jamie
babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

Iris said...

Loving all those cute buttons! Iris

Carla said...

Fun ideas! I'd like to make some magnets to put on a memory board I want to make.
Carla from Utah

sharon g said...

I would make hair decorations for my niece.

Kim M said...

I would make some cute things for my little girl!

Natasha G.P. said...

The flowers are so cute, especially the picture. That would look nice in my craft room.

Robin B. said...

What cute projects today, love the flowers!

Editor-in-Chief said...

Love these projects!! I was at a crop this weekend and used the itopper to make a couple brads, a magnet and a pin! Loved it! Would love to make some buttons now! I really liked the ribbon and button hair bow that you showcased!

Editor-in-Chief said...

Love these projects!! I was at a crop this weekend and used the itopper to make a couple brads, a magnet and a pin! Loved it! Would love to make some buttons now! I really liked the ribbon and button hair bow that you showcased!

Sue D said...

Cute canvas and flip flops--would be fun to make these.

Alina said...

I would be more than pleased to have this tool in hand! It will be great for using it in cards.

Teresa said...

the flip flops are so cute!

Summer Braxton said...

Flip flops?!?!?!?!? I love it.. Pure genius!!

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