My obsession with craft supplies started at the tender age of four. According to my mom, my pre-kindergarden classroom had a big bucket of buttons that I was quite enamored with. Each day I would “borrow” a handful of buttons to bring home to admire and each night the teacher would call my mom to tell her I stole the buttons. So, the next day I would return the handful of buttons and “borrow” another, different handful. This went on for a while and, eventually, my mom started my very own button collection that I still have to this day.
Anyways, my button collection took center stage when I started playing around with my latest DIY tool, the HP Sprout, and made this Makers Gonna Make printable card.
I’m a big fan of snail mail (I mean, who doesn’t love to receive a handwritten card in the mail?), so I’ve been wanting to make a cute little card that I can send to my creative friends. With the help of my Sprout, it was super easy to make. I used the “Capture” feature on the Sprout to scan in different buttons and then I resized and arranged them and then added a clever phrase.
Want to make one too? Just download the free printable here and print it out on some card stock.
Curious to learn more about the Sprout? In my words, the Sprout is pretty much the love child between a paint splattered art studio and a hardcore PC. In HP’s words, the Sprout is a revolutionary all-in-one computer that makes it easier to go from thought to expression in an instant. Learn more about the Sprout here.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by HP but, as always, the thoughts expressed in this post are my own.