If you’re looking for a last-minute gift idea for the person who has everything, the person who appreciates all things quirky and vintage, or the person who has a strong addiction to sewing notions (trust me, there are more of them out there than you think), then look no further than right. Here.
I have a large collection of vintage sewing buttons, but my favourites are the ones with the pearlescent sheen — so I have extra of those.
I picked up this mini wood frame at Michaels back when I was doing the coffee stirrer wall art.
At the time I figured I would make another, smaller version of the same, but it was not to be. Instead, I painted it purple and started sticking buttons on with Mod Podge (though any white glue — or non-white glue — would work here).
I kind of went with an ombre sort of pattern from purple to red to white.
These buttons attach with that little sticky-outie thing and won’t lie flat, so I glued them into small spaces between other buttons, where the other buttons would hold them up.
Don’t forget to stick some hanging hardware on the back.
The finished product. Easy peasy blamo kablam.