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Vibrant Button Tree on Canvas

Buttons aren’t just for seamstresses you know. I always have a stash of buttons on hand for a variety of projects. I love using them with kid’s crafts, they are great for dressing up little projects, and perfect for a quick embellishment. Buttons definitely have more uses than just fastening a blous...

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Show your love in buttons with this one-of-a-kind wall hanging. As with all my button creations, I do not use glue. Each button is sewn into place by hand. I then attach the fabric and button letter to a 5"x7" canvas and join them together. This wall hanging measures approximately 10"x14".

This would be so fun to do with a name - could be hung side by side instead of in a square.

Button Letter Wall Decor. Why not use Sharpie to draw the initial for each child's name, then have them glue items inside for a personalized collage!

fun with buttons...I love buttons, I still have my mother in law's button tin. She was a seamstress and had some really awesome ones.

BeYOUtiful........Aleesha...this is like the shirt I was telling you about....for Joe

i think instead i want this quote: "Do not fear for I have redeemed you. I have called you by name; you are Mine." get it, cause monogram?

@Lori Shay Evenson Hudson, @Veronica Blaylock, @Britney Wood, I can see potential for this as a family tree. What if you did smaller buttons and made little cut-out paper leaves with a string loop attached? Then you could add them as babies are born or people get married? So cute!

16x20 Canvas Painting- Confetti: Metallic. $81.00, via Etsy... but lets be honest, a great DIY

Another pinner said, "Just need a round foam paintbrush - Did this for my bathroom! Used all the grey colors from the walls and a green, pulled from the shower curtain. Super simple and turned out perfect! I would use teal instead of yellow." Rhonda: Mom for your grey bedroom!!