Well, as you saw in my previous post, I finally managed to finish the Button Bouquet for the wedding. I took several photos of it, to include some detailed shots, and I figured I’d share them with you all (both). If you click on the photos, you’ll get a larger view. You knew that, right? Read the rest of this entry
Hey there, fans! (all both of you) Since I need to finish up this tutorial, I thought I’d do that, since I haven’t really had much time to make anything other than a mess in weeks… Read the rest of this entry
Today’s tutorial is on how to create a button bouquet. Button bouquets have become a fun alternative to fresh flowers, both for weddings and for general decorative purposes. The benefits include the ability to mix and match specific colors and the fact that they don’t wilt. You won’t save money by making a button bouquet over a fresh flower one, but it will last much longer.
I have seen some button bouquets in a single color, a limited number of colors (generally 2 or 3), and a whole rainbow of candy colors. I have even seen several done entirely in sparkly rhinestone buttons. The beauty of this crafting technique is its versatility. You can make it as formal or casual as you like. Read the rest of this entry
Finally, I am able to give you all a teeny little glimpse into my current project. Soon, I hope to present a tutorial on how to do this craft. Read the rest of this entry
The other day, I discovered in a very tangible way why you should use bright light when when sorting colors. Read the rest of this entry