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Coloring Christmas Buttons

Coloring Christmas Buttons

The little circle that popped out when I did a quick cut of the die in this video was what got me started thinking about making little buttons – the coloring of the image itself can be really basic, no need to stress over blending or anything. The magic is in the shadows that make it dimensional! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

I’m gonna be making a lot of buttons now…. LOL.

Supplies

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16 thoughts on “Coloring Christmas Buttons

  1. Amazing!

  2. I loved this and did an attempt for myself which I also loved. Thank you for your lovely video’s that give inspiration!!

  3. Ridiculous! I thought you had put clear domes over the top! You make it look so easy…

  4. After your previous review of the white Sharpie, I found one at Target for only $2. Unfortunately, it’s a medium point, but I’m one of those who struggles with the white Signo, so I was happy to find a pen that actually works!

  5. What a great new idea – I thought they were really dimensional when I first saw them! Can’t wait to try this for the grands.

  6. These are just amazing Sandy! I have pinned them to come back and try later, so utterly adorable! TFS!

  7. These are so adorable! I love the idea of the buttons! Thanks for sharing how to do this!

  8. AWESOME! I totally thought they were covered with a heavy layer of glossy accents or something until I watched the video. Y ou totally nailed the dimentional look!

  9. Great cards, when I saw them I thought realy that you put a transparant shaker round over it, if you know what I mean don’t know how they call them, very cute

  10. So creative and so cute. Thanks for sharing your adorable idea.

  11. Yes, you are right! What a fun idea… thanks so much for your creativity!

  12. Wow, so adorable and a great idea!

  13. So clever, Sandy!! They really DO look like buttons. I love the CAS feel of these cards! ♡

  14. Can you tell me what kind of Sharpie you used? This is so cool….they really do look like buttons!

  15. Your shading and highlights create such a perfect illusion of dimension! I can’t wait to watch the video. Amazing

  16. When I first saw the picture of these cards, I was sure you’d made real buttons!!! What a great, fun, easy technique – your imagination is amazing. Can’t wait to try this!

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