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Category Archives: Buttons
Do you need to make or sell button making supplies? I made this set of cat themed buttons in minutes! The John Bead catalogue has several sizes of button covers! Creating buttons for jewelry making continues to grow in popularity … Continue reading →
These are the samples I made for the class I taught at the Craft and Hobby show in California earlier this month for John Bead. “Learn how to turn a blank brass cuff bracelet into one of the trendiest accessories of … Continue reading →
This is one of the cuffs I brought as a sample to my special cuff making class at CHA. The buttons are the featured embellishments. I selected them from these special button jars from John Bead. The metal cuffs are … Continue reading →
My table looks like it is going to a party. I am pleased to announce that there is another new tool in the Dazzle-It product group. Last week I decided to make some small ribbon charms. You just need ribbon … Continue reading →
I have always loved buttons. Vintage or new. Glass, plastic or wood. You name it, I collect it. I also really enjoy making my own buttons too! These fabric covered buttons were made in minutes! John Bead has a huge … Continue reading →
I have something very different to show you today: Beads on a Button. The idea started when I stumbled upon this bag of beads during my last visit to the warehouse. Have you been in the Ceramic and Cloisonne bead … Continue reading →