Monday, 4 April 2011

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I saw this idea on the American Crafts blog a little while ago & thought it would be perfect little project for Benjamin's room. I decided to go for monotone in green to match his nursey, and I now have intentions of making loads of these - it was so simple & I just love the finished result hanging on his wall.

PS. This is also an amazing stash-buster, I am now almost out of green buttons and brads!

11 comments:

Rachael Elliott said...

Absolutely LOVE IT!!!!! Might just have to do a R and an E for the girls fab idea Jen :)

Katie said...

This is gorgeous! I love it. Must try it out soon. Might have to go for my initial to use up all the girly embellishments I have!

Cathy C said...

Brilliant idea Jen! I love it!

jenjock1 said...

Just had to stop by from the American Crafts blog to tell you that this is FANTASTIC! Love all the green.
So glad you were inspired by the project!

Bonkers About Buttons said...

just lovely! have been meaning to do this for ages - will def give it a go now!

Kathy said...

That is beautiful Jen! What a lovely gift it would make too. TFS :)

klmpink said...

Jen it looks gorgeous all framed up like that. Like it a lot!

Maurilia said...

So pretty!! May I ask where you found the buttons and beads??

Facts and Fairytales said...

What a great idea!! I might give that a try someday.

Inspire Me Heather said...

Your button monogram looks great and I've got this linked to my buttons post too today - for DIY ideas in home d├ęcor using buttons!

K Blocksdorf said...

Found this on Pinterest and now know what to do with my MIL's stash of a million old buttons! Thanks so much for sharing!