Monday, December 19, 2011

Buttoned Up.

These are the other two makes that I did for the recent Button Floozies Christmas Ornament Swap.
Both made from Felt and a ribbon loop attached so they can be hung from the Christmas tree.
The bell is reversable with buttons front and back.

And these are the gorgeous button ornaments that I received back from my swap partners.
My adorable button angel from Sherry of Sherry's Simpleblog.
My cute red and white Candy Cane from Zoe who dosen't at present have a blog.
My lovely vintage button Heart Wire hanger from Barbara of Vintagebunty.
Thankyou so much girls. I love each one.
Show casing on 1st Unique Gifts: Handmade Mondays.

22 comments:

  1. Just had to tell you how adorable your ornaments are. I was wondering how you found all the swaps that you enter? Is there a blog where they can be found. Sounds like you have had a fun experience. Merry Christmas to you and yours. Hugs

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  2. I love these - both yours and the ones you received.

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  3. Love the name button floozies and your makes this week. Have a very Happy Christmas

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  4. These are lovely! Have a great Christmas and New Year Mich x

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  5. Lovely makes my favourite is the house xx

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  6. They are lovely - the hours is really gorgeous. Hope you have a great Christmas

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  7. Who would have thought that buttons could have so many uses apart from the obvious one. They are an essential, attractive and creative part of each one of those items. Particularly on the roof of the little Hansel and Grettel house. So cute.

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  8. Wow, love the button decorations. I'm a bit partial to buttons, so would love to get round trying some similar. Have a great Christmas

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  9. Lovely ornaments, just perfect for a traditional tree

    Have a wonderful Christmas

    Ali x

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  10. I like the house ornaments - look like a eatable biscuit for some reason (or might be because i am hungry) Merry Christmas.

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  11. I like the house ornaments - look like a eatable biscuit for some reason (or might be because i am hungry) Merry Christmas.

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  12. Gorgeous little gingerbread house decoration!
    Have a lovely Christmas

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  13. What great creations, love the gingerbread house. Merry Christmas. x

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  14. Great swaps, great for hanging from a tree or a door handle.
    Have a great Christmas and best wishes for 2012.

    Jan x

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  15. I love the gingerbread house - looks like it was a good swap. Happy Christmas

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  16. What a great idea, a swap! I like that. :) Those are all so lovely. And you gave as good as you got. Very nice.

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  17. Love the other two ornaments you made, especially the gingerbread house, the buttons really do look like sweets on the roof .... looks good enough to eat!

    My little Button Annie is now dangling near the top of our Christmas tree and very pretty she looks too xx

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  18. What pretty swaps all round! Have a lovely Christmas.
    Jo x

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  19. I really like the little house, what a cutie! xxx

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