Friday, August 8, 2008


Isn't it fun to take simple things - like buttons

and make them into something cool?

I went through my jar of white buttons, glued them to a plain white frame and popped in a picture from our girlfriends weekend. (sorry about the terrible reflection!)

This is 'the other' morning glory vine - the one that hasn't bloomed. It keeps getting bigger - and attacking the plant beside it - but no blooms.

I'm trying to get started on a project - if I do, I will be without my computer for a few days so if you don't hear from me, I'm probably covered in paint!

Have a great weekend.


Anonymous said...

Love the picture frame, it turned out great!

Anonymous said...

Funny you should post about buttons today. I just posted an hour ago my first time on Button Floozies, which I recently joined. Believe it is't figured out how to link it to my blog yet, but I will. I love, love buttons! I put them on a frame once and many fell off. Someone told me you have to use a special glue... Have you checked out Button Floozies?

Michelle said...

Great job on the picture frame.. I can't wait to hear what project you will be working on!

Have a great weekend,

Anonymous said...

What a fabulous idea!! The frame looks great!

Unknown said...

Ohhhh Tina, I just LOVE your button covered photo frame. Such a awesome idea and one that I may just need to "borrow" from you. I have a container of my mother's button's that I wasn't quite sure what to do with, but now I do. Thank you for sharing this.


Rue said...

Hi Tina :)

I lve what you did with the frame and the bucket in the other post looks really cute!

The Morning Glory kind of looks like Sigmund the Sea Monster. Do you remember that show? LOL


Sonda said...

The button frame is "cute as a button"...ok sorry couldn't resist. Your morning glory looks like my grape tomato plant...I had to cut it back today, it was so out of control.

Melissa said...

The button frame is adorable You did a great job on it. Congrat on the Morning Glories. They look beautiful.

Teresa said...

That is the cutest picture frame! Great job!

Kathy said...

What a neat idea using the buttons. Love to play with buttons. Have quite a collection that I got after my mother passed away. No one else wanted them. I just love to look at them.