I agree, LOVE buttons, I have some collected ,framed underglass. But also have my stashes of them in old tin lid jars for doing crafts with. I got to get over to the shop soon need a Joyworks fix, lol.Thanks for stopping by my blog Jana. Thanks for seeing if she has any pyrography , I appreciate it.I remember the table you had downstairs for a long time, loved it.Linda Q
Me too. Love your lovely display!
Jana:Just visited deep into your blog, and i just love how your shop looks. I hope things are going well for you. Laurie
Jana,How simple and wonderful is that.You are so clever.I too love buttons, and have found a new source here in Eugene that is wonderful!!!She's bringing a new stash this week.Blessings,Barbara Jean
I've tried to leave this comment a couple of times so hopefully I'm leaving multiples...but, I just wanted to say that that is a splendid picture! :-)
Oh golly - I tell myself not to EVER click 'publish' w/o proofreading. And then I tell myself not to 'proofread' after clicking 'publish'! :-) I meant to say "hopefully I'm NOT leaving multiple..." I'M A NUT! ...all just to leave a sweet, simple comment! the ever-so-'charming'-Elaine!
So cute! Where do you get all of your keys? I was in your shop the other day and noticed them on everything. I have such a hard time finding them anywhere. Thanks Nora
What a lovely composition! So many times the simple combinations are the most eye-appealing.Beth of the Salvage Studio
THis is so pretty and reminded me of the vintage button pins and jewelry i made years ago- they were so fun to make, each so unique!blessingsmary
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