HandCrafted WOODEN Buttons...Backyard Beauties

Here are three HANDCRAFTED (from tree limbs in my yard) wooden buttons..made by my most awesome hubby!...Arent they just beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee-a-u-tiful???...One of my customers in Canada had ordered a couple of sets of these for some knitting projects....and I asked my DH if he could make some extras for my ETSY shop.....so VOILA!...I LOVE how they are so natural .....and one-of-a-kind....like mother-of-pearl.
I am sooooooooooo excited I found BUTTON FLOOZIES, and have been accepted into the blog group.....I have always loved buttons...I am sure everyone else can relate to the wonderful feeling of running your fingers thru a big bowl of YUMMY buttons....very relaxing!!....The hardest thing for me to do is actually USE my button stash.....I have my faves that I love to look at....but, I am trying to incorporate some into my scrapbook pages, cards and altered pieces.(its so hard to LET GO!!)
Please visit my other blog StudioBeeCreations and my ETSY shop.....for more creations from The Bee Hive Studio!!
Creative blessings,


Rosie's Whimsy said…
Those are great! He did a super job. I love wooden buttons on big knitted sweaters....that just means comfy to me. :-) Rosie
Sherry said…
Welcome to the BF's Debbie!! These buttons your husband has made are incredible..it just proves that you can create something if you have the vision...
Kathleen Grace said…
What a fantastic idea! they look like they shimmer just like MOP:>) What kind of wood is that?
Abbie said…
Hi Debbie!
Welcome! The buttons are gorgeous! What a talented hubby you have! Thank you for sharing!
What A Great Fun Blog! I hope you
stop by my jewelry blog and see my
recent post about MOP and
Abalone buttons at:

{oc cottage} said…
LOVE the name of your blog! That is such a ladylike way to phrase it! And I share the sickness...or is it genius????

trisha too said…
Okay, I found "yourses" blog through Sherry/Cherie, and it's REALLY nice to know I'm not the only one!

The wooden buttons are WONDERFUL.

My grandma's buttons are in a canning jar by my bed . . . she said that's the only thing I ever asked her for, was her button can--
I was so little, I don't even remember!

Right now I'm drooling over my friend Kris's Fingernests--go see them! I about tore one off her finger last night!
Susan said…
GREAT buttons. Wow!

I know what you mean about having a hard time using your buttons. I made some cards tonight with buttons on them and I kept thinking, "Oh, no, I can't use THAT one. It's too nice."
Carolyn said…
These are totally gorgeous !! And what a creative husband you have !!
Carolyn said…
I was surfin' the blogs and stopped by for a visit.

I just wanted to say hi and nice blog!