Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Button Hungry...

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Hello to all button crazy...

I want to say hello and how glad I am that I can say it publicly - I collect buttons and really don't like them go!

like many of us - got hooked when fumbling in my grandmother's sewing box and stayed hooked since... I buy buttons to make things, but this do not happen too often as I don't like to see them go - but when I will do I am going to share it here :)

there is a little part of my collection of vintage, handmade and unusual buttons:



I can also be found here on my Blue Fish Handmade blog where I share all the other passions of my life

thanks for having me here!
x

7 comments:

Bunty said...

You have some beauties there! Thanks for sharing.

Barbara

Adya International said...

http://adyainternational.blogspot.com/2009/12/vintage-buttons-from-grandmums-closet.html

Go to this link for more buttons - very vintage and very classy

Indigo Blue said...

What a lovely photograph!

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

It is always wonderful to meet...yes meet another button afficianando...these are so wonderful ...sorry about the spelling...I just had a brain procedure but I never lose my quest for beauty in a button...so many stories to be told. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

x vInTaGe VioLeT x said...

welcome to the button floozy club Izabela :0)

Kady said...

Oh my goodness! I have found BUTTON HEAVEN! I love old buttons too and first got "hooked" by running my chubby little fingers through my grandma's and my mom's sewing tins. I have so many old buttons and keep telling myself that "one day" I'm going to organize them. For right now, they reside in old tins and mason jars which I display in my backyard cabin. I love looking at them and going through them. I may never part with mine either! Love your blog...and I'm off to see what other treasures you've shared.

yarkaya said...

your buttons are beautiful!!! I remember - when I was small, I loved to look through my gran's box of vintage buttons.. They look more or less like this (but they were from 50-60s of Soviet Union). Now I steel keep some.

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