On my first card I used the quick page shown below. It is from What Dreams May Come CD Album By Flergs.
An easy way to incorporate some real embellishments into your hybrid projects is to just place them over the ones that were placed on digitally. On this card, I added some real embellishments to the flower center. I also added a piece of chipboard wordart where the paper and tray were drawn on the quick page.
Products: Blank Card: PaperSource; Cardstock: Bazzill; Flowers: Bazzill, Prima; Chipboard: Technique Tuesday, We R Memory Keepers; Buttons: Papertrey Ink; Liquid Applique: Marvy Uchida. Digital Products: What Dreams May Come CD Album By Flergs at scrapbookgraphics.com.
On this next card I used a quick page from CF-OUAT: Happy Merry Unbirthday Quick Pages By Baersgarten.
I filled the photo spots with patterned paper and added some buttons. As I did on the first card, I took the cue for where to place my flower embellishments from the ones that were already drawn on the quick page. For a little extra detail, I cut around the banner flags so I could lift them up off of the paper a bit.
Products: Blank Card: PaperSource; Cardstock: Bazzill; Flowers: Prima; Buttons: Autumn Leaves; Ribbon: Morex Corp.; Brads: Bazzill; Diecut Circle (red polkadot): Crate Paper; Letter Stickers: Making Memories. Digital Products: Creative Fusion-Once Upon a Time: Happy Merry Unbirthday Quick Pages By Baersgarten at scrapbookgraphics.com; Everyday 365: Gingham & Dots & Stripes By Baersgarten at scrapbookgraphics.com.
The following card is made from a quick page in the My Happy Home Quick Pages Size A4 By Baersgarten.
Like I did on the previous card, I filled the photo spot with patterned paper and printed the quick page at a card size. Next, from the full kit, I got the digital flowers that were used on the quick page and I scaled them to match the size of the ones on the quick page. I printed them separately, trimmed them out and attached them to the card with pop-up dots. I added some buttons to the flower centers, added the 'congrats' letter stickers, and hand wrote 'on your new home' in the journal spot that was already provided on the quick page. I covered a chipboard house and heart in patterned paper and then sanded the edges to give it a bit more interest.
Products: Blank Card: PaperSource; Cardstock: Bazzill; Buttons: Autumn Leaves; Chipboard House: Maya Road; Letter Stickers; Jenni Bowlin. Digital Products: My Happy Home Quick Pages Size A4 By Baersgarten at scrapbookgraphics.com.
Next up is a card that was made from a quickpage found in Apearantly Quick Pages By Rosey Posey.
This quick page has multiple photo spots. I used them as placeholders for each word in the "I love U" sentiment. Then I added the embellishments (flowers and buttons) in the locations they were provided in the quick page.
Products: Blank Card: PaperSource; Cardstock: Bazzill; Buttons: Papertrey Ink; Chipboard Letters: Crate Paper, Tattered Angels; Chipboard Butterfly: Autumn Leaves; Chipboard Circle with Heart: Fancy Pants; Flowers: Bazzill, Petaloo; Small Letter Stickers: Cosmo Cricket; Glimmer Mist (Indian Corn, Candy Apple Red): Tattered Angels. Digital Products: Apearantly Quick Pages By Rosey Posey at scrapbookgraphics.com.
The final card for today uses a quick page found in What Dreams May Come Bracket Album By Flergs.
Here I did something a little different. I made a striped background that coordinated with paper pieces drawn in the quick page. I glued color coordinating buttons down to each colored strip. Then I cut the photo area out of the quick page to make a window. I layered this over the button-covered paper. I just happened to have that chipboard word 'smile' that matched the card perfectly.
Products: Blank Card: PaperSource; Cardstock: Bazzill; Buttons: Papertrey Ink, Autumn Leaves; Chipboard: We R Memory Keepers; Flowers: Prima. Digital Products: What Dreams May Come Bracket Album By Flergs at scrapbookgraphics.com.
OK - so I have one last thing to show you, since this month's challenge involves buttons, I thought I would share my clear button technique card with you. The different techniques shown here include: stamping on the backs of the buttons, covering the backs with patterned paper, covering the backs with ribbon, coloring the buttons with alcohol ink, filing them with micro beads, coating them with flocking, and placing small paper flowers underneath them.
here is a link to view all of the cards in my technique deck.
So, I hope you are a little motivated to join in the hybrid challenge this month. Here is a link to the challenge in the Scrapbook Graphics forum. Thanks so much for stopping by today! Patty