Sunday, July 29, 2018

Button collection at the thrift store!

These moments are rare for me, but yesterday when I was thrift shopping I noticed a carded button display in the glass cabinet at the thrift shop.  I really dislike having to ask them to open the cabinets as a rule, at thrift shops or anywhere else, but I was glad I did this time!
Can you see where this cardboard is creased in the middle?  That's where it was folded and put into a plastic bag.  What I saw in the cabinet was actually only half of the button display, which I didn't find out until I purchased it for $3.79.
What it lacks in beauty and presentation, I think, it makes up with charm!  I was initially attracted to it only for the shell buttons...
 but when I got home I noticed the enameled ones, which made me very happy...
as well as the additional quantity of pretty glass ones!  There are a lot of whistles (one holed buttons), too.
The one int he middle with the two diamond shapes is my favorite, and I noticed there is also a smaller version of the exact button, so I have a "mother/daughter" set which always makes me happy.
Mostly, I was just pleased to "rescue" this button collection; it's at least 50 years old, and it was put together by someone who obviously valued them!

What buttons have you found in the wild lately?

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Share about the auction!

We're having fun at the auction, and it continues through Sunday, July 22 at 9 PM.  Here's another fun aspect:

Share this group's link on your Facebook timeline, Facebook Business page, Group you are in that allows sharing of other groups, your Instagram page, your Twitter account, your Pinterest page or any other social media share. Let us know by your comment and all the places where you shared. The more you share, the more chances!
Here's the link:
This drawing will take place Sunday at 6pm.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Button-themed Button!

I went to a local button club's sale event Saturday, and will be posting some of the fun and pretty buttons I got there.  Here's the first:
A plastic button of a button card!
How fun is that?
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