Monday, November 17, 2008

International Button Week






When I was reading Dawn at The Feathered Nest I read that this week was International Button Week. You are supposed to post to show your love of buttons. Here are some pictures of the button jewelry that I made several years ago.
One is all silver tone buttons, the next are goldtone. I have collected buttons from all over the country.

I've tried REALLY hard to get pictures of my button jewelry. I had a hard time getting some clear pictures so I hope that you can see all the beautiful buttoms that are in these pieces. Enjoy!

9 comments:

The Old Painted Cottage said...

I can't begin to tell you how much I love that there is actually a week dedicated to buttons. What a wonderful world it is indeed.

oxox
Jennifer

The Feathered Nest said...

OMGoodness Sandy!! I'm in love! They all are beautiful...the bracelets really caught my eye! Such wonderful work ~ Thank you so much for visiting me so I could find you sweetie! xxoo, Dawn

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

Those are beautiful! I love the lace that the top one is on!

Jean Tuthill said...

The buttons are beautiful and you have put them together in such a wonderful way. I love the jewelry that you have made. I have buttons, yes, but have never organized them in any way. I must do that someday. Oh, and thanks for visiting me for tea today.

C Maisy said...

LOVE YOUR BLOG!!
~M~

Tea Time With Melody said...

I really enjoy your blog, please stop by my place, somethings waiting for you! :)

Sharon~heartsongs said...

You are very creative. I love your button jewelry.
And your entry way is so beautiful.
I'm going to go home and look for buttons!

Beth Leintz said...

They are so pretty- and so much detail. I love those old Victorian era picture type buttons. When you put them all together like that, its almost like you're telling a story.

Sondra said...

Sandy - love this idea, too. I enjoy making jewelry myself but have never thought to use buttons. I'll have to try a button bracelet. All of your pieces are so very nice.
Sonnie