These are the buttons that will be framed. They are tiny and rather non-descript and with 8 of them, there really aren't enough. I see them on a blouse or something. I just loved the way the looked and thought they would make nice art.
What a very interesting way to turn buttons into art? And sort stuff from your button box to find sets. I don't know about you - but my buttons are all a jumble.
The other buttons were just interesting to me. There were some very pretty silver and turquoise ball buttons.
In 2 different sizes - I grabbed 12 of the large ones and 6 of the smaller - I thought they would be nice added to a cardigan with the smaller being used as embellishment on the sleeves.
Next up - another stamped card of buttons. But I thought these were lovely and could be used somewhere. There are only 7 of them, but they would be a lovely accent on a cardigan or a button front skirt or even a shirt dress that doesn't button all the way.
Finally - in the same booth as the ball buttons I ran across these lovely blue and white buttons. They remind me of old blue enamelware and I love them. I can clearly see them going down the front of a white beignet skirt. However - I believe I'll take the Simplicity straight skirt that fits and figure out how to make that a button front. I think I can do it. And I know it fits. Now to find some heavy white denim. Please don't point out that wearing a white skirt has the same risks in my house as wearing wool.