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  • Claire Watt

    DIY ButtonBowl: Glue buttons to a balloon. Let dry. Mod podge over the top. Let dry. Pop balloon.

  • Deb Coombs

    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!

  • Kellie Jensen

    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 !

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At last. A fun use for all the plain, unassuming buttons in my collection.

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Button bowl! I just knew Aunt Peggy's button collection would come in handy some day!!