July 23, 2016

WHAT CAN I MAKE WITH YOUR CAMEOS AND BUTTONS? INSPIRATION GALLERY

***I am still working on adding to this post.  Any images that is not cited were found on google images and there was no direct source linked to it.***

 

BUTTON EARRINGS & MATCHING BRACELET

TUTORIAL CAN BE FOUND HERE: http://www.cloverandviolet.com/2016/02/cover-button-jewelry-tutorial.html

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BUTTON NECKLACES

GLUE THE BUTTONS TO SETTINGS AND ADD A STRING

Product was found on Wanelo.com but it was not linked to any specific shop. 

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BUTTON HAIR PINS

Step 1: get some blank hair pins.  Available at most local craft stores:  Joann, Michaels, Hobby Lobby, Wal-mart

Step 2: get some buttons.  Use buttons you have in your craft boxes or buy them from my shop.  Flatback buttons from my shop works best for this project. 

Step 3: get some glue: (E-6000 or other craft glue). 

Step 4: glue the buttons to the blank hair pins and you are done.  Don't forget to wait 24 - 72 hours before you can touch the finished product.  Otherwise things may fall apart. 

Images from: craftgawker.com

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BUTTON HAIR CLIPS AND BROOCHES

Materials:

Blank hair clips (buy from craft stores or at Walmart or Walgreens).  I've even seen hair clips at the dollar store.  

Buttons (use what you have or buy them from my shop). Flatback buttons from my shop is the best for this project.

Glue: jewelry glue or E-6000

To make the pins, just glue a pin back (found at craft stores) on the back of the buttons.  Or I also make pinback ready buttons in my shop.  Just go to the Buttons section, make your image selection, then choose "Pinback" in the drop down menu option. Saves you a lot of time and money having to do it yourself.  But if you want to do it yourself, then here is the tutorial on how to do that. 

images from: madewithcotton.com

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BUTTONS MADE INTO BRACELETS: 

Step 1: Get a "blank bracelet setting."  Can be purchased on Etsy or from your local craft stores in the Jewelry section.  Joann, Michael's, and HobbyLobby all carry these.  

Step 2: Get some buttons.  You can use sewing buttons or I use the buttons that I have in my shop. 

Step 3: Get some glue.  Jewelry glue or E-6000 is my go to glue. 

Step 4: Glue the buttons to the blank bracelet setting.  Do not touch it for at least 24 hours.  It is recommended to wait a full 72 hours before handling or wearing. 

Image from: Pinterest (original source was not listed and unknown).

image from: goodlifeeats.com

image source: found on google search for images button jewelry

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image found on google and the source said etsy.com (it didn't label or link to which shop). 

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image found on google and it was source from wanelo.com but no specific shop was listed or linked to it. 

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Etsy.com, but no specific shop was linked to it.

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**DISCLAIMER: This will be a series of tutorials, how tos, and inspirations on projects to make from items that I have in my shop.  Feel free to make any of these items for personal use or to sell.  Ideas are to be shared.  Some of these are my own ideas and tutorials.  And some will be links and pictures that I have found from other sources.  I will include links to the appropriate owners of those contents where possible.  However, in some instances where images are found on Pinterest or through Google, the link to the original content is wrong or doesn't work.  So in this case, I am removed from liability because I am not taking credits for any of those contents.  I only take credits for projects that I do myself and pictures that I take myself.  But this is an archive to share with others my passion and ideas and not intended to make money on.  Also, if you are the original owner of an image or link, feel free to email me with any corrections.  I want to give credit where credit is due.  Thanks. 

 

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