>Flowers with vintage buttons

>There’s cute flowers all over the blogs lately! I decided to try my hand at some…

and I’m really happy with how they turned out! They’re so easy to make…you can definitely make some in no time! Start with a silky fabric, and follow these instructions (click on the picture to see it enlarged):

All of the fabric was remnants on 70% off sales, and the buttons were from my local thrift store.
I love that these can be used to embellish sweaters (I swear I wear a cardigan EVERY day…this can help make them more pretty!)

Or they can be used to dress up a headband:
You can hot-glue them to a picture frame…cork board…then possibilities are endless!

P.S…I added a LOT of new items to my Etsy shop today! Come check them out! πŸ™‚

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28 Responses to “>Flowers with vintage buttons”
  1. >I love the colors you used, the buttons add just the right touch! Very cute!!

  2. >Super cute! I've been wanting to make some fun, new accessories…I think I just found my next project!

  3. Allison says:

    >Love them! Super cute! Great job!

  4. Mary says:

    >This is an awesome post, I would really love it if you linked this up to Masterpiece Monday at Boogieboard Cottage, the link will be up all Week! Take care, Mary :O)

  5. >W-O-W!! Stunning! I thought those were metal before I even read the blog. See, those are flowers I could actually wear to work without looking like I borrowed them from my 9 yr old. Are you selling these on Etsy as well?

  6. Jess says:

    >These are gorgeous. I've got them on my craft to do list as well. I love the color flower you choose too. So fancy.

  7. >WOW those are beautiful!!! I'm with Amanda, I thought they were metal too!!! πŸ™‚

  8. Danielle says:

    >Just stumbled upon your site and I love it. You have a lot of great ideas and I will be following regularly! I am starting up a blog, more so as an online journal, but this gives me something to aspire to!

  9. Allison says:

    >Still love these. Thanks for linking up! πŸ™‚

  10. Kelli says:

    >I found you from linking up with Allison at A Glimpse inside! These are so cute! I will add this to my craft to-do list. Thanks for sharing!xoxoKelli @ loveoursimplelife.blogspot.com

  11. Katy says:

    >Adorable!! I LOVE these. I've been obsessed with fabric flowers too (I just posted some as well)…these are the ones I'm planning on trying next!

  12. >Love them! The button embellishments are perfect!~Marywww.thecraftygals.blogspot.com

  13. Brooke Anna says:

    >I love the color of them:)Found you through the linky. I'm at mommydoes.blogspot.com :)New follower.

  14. >These are really elegant looking! Thanks so much to linking up to Beyond the Picket Fence.

  15. >Oooh, so pretty. Thanks for the tutorial. I find great bargains on fabrics at thrift stores. I buy actual fabric remnants and skirts, shirts, sheets, any and everything in fabrics that I like and can use to make other things.Thanks for joining the party!Blessings,Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottagehttp://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

  16. Jill says:

    >Beautiful! Good luck with the sales!Jill @ Creating my way to Successhttp://jembellish.blogspot.com/

  17. >That is a very classy take on this project. I adore them!

  18. >Thanks for the tutorials! I need these for all the cardigans I wear too!

  19. >I love these! They look awesome on your shirt! And I totally agree, I wish we lived closer!! Lily would just love your puppy!!!

  20. >Ok I think those are the CUTEST flowers Ive seen yet! The buttons make them DARLING!!now following !Jumped over from Catch a Glimpse Thursday party :)http://accomplishingmotherhood.blogspot.com

  21. Lexi says:

    >So pretty! I love vintage buttons too! πŸ™‚

  22. Christine says:

    >these are adorable! I also wear cardis every day, I will have to try this. I hope that you will link this up to my Show and Share Sunday linky party, going on all week. http://craftygeordi.blogspot.com/2011/01/show-and-share-sunday_23.html

  23. April says:

    >These are so adorable! I have a ton of vintage buttons I got from my great grandmother's these would be a great use for them. I host a linky party on Saturdays called Sew Crafty Saturdays. I would love for you to come check it out and add some of your projects!

  24. Christine says:

    >I love the different buttons you used, great combos, love itChristinegreatoakcircle.com

  25. >Those flowers are really cute, I need to finally get it together and make some of my own πŸ™‚

  26. Rachael says:

    >Love the burnt curled edges (sounds funny!!) They give a different look that is really neat.

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