More to explore:
DIY ButtonBowl: Glue buttons to a balloon. Let dry. Mod podge over the top. Let dry. Pop balloon.
DIY ring storage Glue buttons to a balloon. Let dry. Modge podge over the top. Let dry. Pop balloon. Button bowl! What a fun project for kids! buttons from their clothing they have outgrown could be used, to make this a bit of a "memento"! This would be a great way to use some of the vintage buttons from our Grandmothers, also!
Glue buttons to a balloon. Let dry. Modge podge over the top. Let dry. Pop balloon. Button bowl! What a great craft idea for the kids !
Buttons on burlap. Use spray paint to make buttons the same color. Too cute!
Button bowl - Glue buttons to a balloon. Let dry then Modge podge over the buttons, let dry and pop balloon. Enjoy bowl!
now this is cool: glue the buttons to a balloon and then pop the balloon once the glue dries to make a button bowl
Colorful buttons for closing things prettily! #ASubtleRevelry
glue buttons around a balloon when they dry pop the balloon and you'll have a button bowl! =)
Baby Monogram Button Letter on Canvas -- Pink Buttons on Gray Grey Silk -- Unique Childrens Kids Letter Art via Etsy
KOTSU-KOTSU button necklace
Button word art
Glue the buttons to a balloon...pop the balloon and voile! A button bowl
At last. A fun use for all the plain, unassuming buttons in my collection.
Supplies: paper clips fancy buttons hot glue felt Hot glue your paper clip to the back of your button and then cut a small piece of felt to go on top. The felt will keep the glue sealed in and leave a smooth finish.
Button bowl! I just knew Aunt Peggy's button collection would come in handy some day!!