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June 25, 2009


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I love, love, love your button flowers!! Thanks for sharing them. They inspire my own creativity!


Oh I still cannot breath just seeing the tin lunch boxes!!!! THEN you have one full of buttons!!! OH I just love your house!!
Hugs, Lisa


What a huge lot of buttons you have! I love how your craft space looks -- it's very inviting.
Those button bouquets are gorgeous, and I have been meaning to make something out of buttons (my latest craze of which I must have been influenced by button-crazy bloggers out there)... Thank you for the tutorial!


Your button bouquets are great!. You have such a large collection that each flower is unique. It does inspire me to see what I have in my more mundane collection of buttons. You never know . . . . And thank you for the instructions.


Holy Cow Susan! That's not a vintage picnic basket..that's a treasure chest of little plastic gold!

BJ Lantz

Those are darling! And I am swooning over your button collection (and I've been dying to use the words swoon all day for something and this fits the bill!)... My grandmother had a huge jar full of buttons and she used to let me play with them. I loved spreading them out on the floor and organizing them. How I wish I had that jar....no idea where it ended up. Oh and the huge marble jar my grandpa had too.


Vintage button stacks make me happy! xo, suzy


The button bouquets are adorable. Love the tin you keep them in too! I am definitely going to try and make some.Thanks so much!


What Fabulous button bouquets!!!


very nice button flowers. I got to adding felted wool petals, embroidery stitches and seed beads for some really colorful bouquets. Lots of fun to create.


your button flowers are super cute

Jennifer Beaudet

Your button bouquets are such a creative idea! I love vintage buttons and this gives them a great use.

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