Day 2 of Challenge with Dawn McVey

It’s Day 2 of my fun Challenge Week with Dawn McVey. I adore this girl so very much… and her cards. Her card yesterday was aMAZing.

Today we will both use the Hero Arts Simply Handmade and Papertrey Ink Button Boutique stamps with the color pink.

I decided to make an envelope bag to hold some embellishment goodies to give to a new crafty friend. Yep – that little bag is made from an envelope and is so easy to do. (Click HERE to see a great video my friend Lisa did showing an envelope bag creation.) I love how it is the perfect size for a stamp, an ink pad or a few crafty embellishments…

Inside the little bag are these handmade treats…

I love how the images on the Hero Arts set fit perfectly in the Papertrey pieces. Oh, and I made the clay flowers and light pink buttons. (I will finally get around to sharing a video on this next week.) The others I bought on Etsy…

For these pieces, I use Jenni Bowlin Cotton Candy Ink, Hero Arts Latte Chalk Ink and some fun textured Bazzill cardstock. So fun to create.

Now be sure to head over to Dawn’s blog to see what masterpiece she has created.

See you tomorrow.

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46 thoughts on “Day 2 of Challenge with Dawn McVey”

  1. Cuteness! I love Dawn too, she is so amazing and creative! The button cards are great.I love mixing my stamps and inks. Great work, Jennifer.

  2. Loving what you and Dawn are doing Jennifer! Love the box with the button cards that go inside! What a cool idea!

  3. What a great PEAR!!! two of the most amazing stampers together?! and just one week? will not miss it! Thanks for sharing !!! Blessings form Mexico city!

  4. Jennifer: I absolutely love your interpretation of the button images from Papertrey. I already have those and have been making some up for myself – but I didn’t have the cool backgrounds you used from Hero Arts. It really makes a difference in the final product. Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Jennifer, why not a challenge with Kristina Werner?, another great and amazing pair!!! well just thinking out loud, and if you already made it, sorry, I have like a year stamping and following some blogs. Hugs.

  6. Oh My Word … Jennifer!!!! I’m agog at the beauty and brilliance of your creations today. Your wee gift bag is just perfection in every way, and I simply can’t believe you MADE all those buttons … they are *gorgeous*. Absolutely Fabulous goodies … I’m drooling, and can’t wait to see your button-making video … and also what you’re going to delight us with tomorrow … what a fantastic treat this challenge is for us all 🙂

  7. What phenomenal stamp sets!! LOVE them!!! Great creation too and thanks for the video! Your bag is just too cute!

  8. Love the custom buttons on the cards–So perfect! I can’t wait to see how you made your own buttons! 🙂

  9. Oh my goodness, Jennifer! These button cards are stunning! I cannot wait to see your buttons and flowers. I have been thinking of making these but wasn’t sure if I would be happy with the way they would look. I want to see your instructions because I would be VERY happy with yours!
    Thanks so much ~ you have an AWESOME partner. I LOVE Dawn!

  10. These are so darling! I’ve had my eye on those PTI sets since they were introduced! Love the little bag that will hold all the goodies!

  11. These are gorgeous! I love the stamps you see in the back of those cute button cards, gives it a true vintage handmade feel, love it! The bag is so cute, what a wonderful gift this will be! And those buttons… oeh, love them, all the details there!!!
    Hugs, Wendy

  12. How beautiful, Jennifer! Love the buttons, can’t wait to see your video on making them – I’ve made some flowers and things recently, it was great fun :o)

  13. WOW! I am in awe of this, what a wonderful gift to be able to give to someone…gorgeous work my friend…..Love it! cannot wait for tomorrow, so much fun…Hugs!

  14. Oh, I am so excited to see how you make buttons. I love buttons, so, of course, I should try making them. Ha! This set is adorable.

  15. Great!!!! Now you are going to have me making buttons!!!! Can’t wait to see you next weekend. I am bringing you cookies!!!!

  16. Jennifer
    I love your envelope bag and button cards. These are some of my favorite things to make and these are two great stamp sets. I can’t wait to get them. Thank you for sharing.
    God bless,

  17. those button cards are yummy! sweet vintage goodness. Love the way you gals are combining stamps sets. Gives me inspiration to “shop” my stash and see what stamp sets I can combine for a fun, new look! tfs

  18. wowowowowoowwo what amazing buttons cards and gift bag!!!!!!! the hero stamps are perfect with the papertry stamps. What inspiring projects Miss Jennifer. Hugs, Kathy

  19. I’ve enjoyed seeing both Dawn and your inspiration for yesterday….and today you WOWed us again with this great combination of PTI and HA stamps! I would be a happy happy girl to receive a gift bag like this!

  20. Love these Sewing Stamps, so cute. Thank you so much for the link to Lisa gift bags. Too Cute.

  21. I love this stamp set! I have the little card of buttons Nicole gave me at our scrapping weekend sitting just above my Accucut machine so I can look at it every day. 🙂

  22. You made these two sets work together so perfectly Jannifer, you always create such amazing pieces. I assume you did some masking here? I already have Button Boutique but Simply Handmade has been in and out of my Two Peas bucket for quite some time. I think it is time to get it and then try out your awesome button cards! Have a great day.

  23. these are so stinking cute…this would be a great gift for my scrappy friends…Thanks for sharing!

  24. I’ve used the idea from Lisa many times to make the gift bags. Love it and love your take on it today. Can’t wait to see the video. I’m a former Home Economics teacher and I love anything connected to sewing. The button cards are adorable!!!!

  25. I can hardly wait for your video tutorial about how you made the flowers and buttons!!!! I’ve been wanting to try making buttons out of clay, but have been a bit afraid to try it.

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