The topper for my card was made to resemble a little curtain. I used a stretchy ribbon from my stash and a double line of stitching to finish it off.
Vintage buttons and a Papertrey sentiment from Everyday Classics finish off my focal piece. I colored the bottom scallop portion with my green Copic marker and a white gel pen. Patterned paper is from October Afternoon.
Tip: When adhering buttons (I use Zip Dry adhesive), use simple clothespins to keep the buttons secure until they dry.
Thought you might like to see a couple of things I scored at an antique store...a jar of Vintage white buttons for $3 bucks. I love that most of them are tied....seems that the ladies were very frugal in the day and did not waste one single button. Many buttons I find have been snipped right off the clothing item because I can usually find snippets of fabric on the back of the button.
That's it for today. Hoping to cross a lot of to do items off my list so I better scoot on out of here. Have a great week!
Edit: 1. Font for my blog header is called Pharmacy 2. Sorry, I'm not sure of online sources for the EK Success slimline punches. I gave all my lovin' to my local scrapbook store. :)