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  • Katie Davis

    Adorable Christmas Decor: white buttons form a christmas tree, Fun red frame, and scrabble lettering- NOEL!

  • Christmas inTexas

    Christmas decorations Christmas ideas as cute as this one

  • Rene' Kurfman

    Christmas Tree with vintage buttons My Mom has a GIANT collection of buttons! A lot of them are really cool vintage buttons. This year, we decided to make button Christmas trees. We started with frames and painted them bright red. Then cut out scrapbook paper to use as the background. Place the buttons in the shape of the tree and the scrabble tiles for the base. They are so simple and cute!

  • Morgan Burke

    Christmas Craft Ideas

  • Pat Taddei

    button tree art | Vintage Button Christmas Tree Art

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