- Creating Button Art
- Great Button Art Projects
- Today’s Project – The Button Art Tree on a Canvas
- Adding the Buttons
- Finishing up your Button Art Project
- More Reading on Button Art
- 26 Innovative and Beautiful Button Crafts and Projects
- Button Bowl
- Quick Bookmarks
- Simple Wall Art
- Oh Christmas Tree
- Beautified Button Shoes
- Fridge Magnets
- Leather Cuff
- Cupcake Art
- Flower Bouquet
- Fun Frames
- Buttoned-Up Handbag
- Pretty Gift Bags
- Resin Paperweight/Coaster
- Woven Coaster
- Button Tray
- T-Shirt Upgrade
- Bobby Pins
- Embroidery Button Clock
- Gift Wrapping
- Button Tree Art
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- Button Artwork Amazing Ideas To Try
- Button Art Wall Hanging Materials
- Button Wall Art Instructions
- How To Make Button Wall Art Video
- DIY : Button Art & Ideas
- Incredibly Diy Button Artwork That Are Going To Fascinate You
- Diy Wall Art Using Buttons Printable Template
- Diy Monogram Button Art
- Button Art Print Orginial Artwork Diy
- Diy Button Art Project Create Craft
- Button Art Elephant Christmas Gift Idea
- Button Art Animal Butterfly Pink Canvas Panel
- 48 Excellent Button Craft Ideas
Creating Button Art
There are so many ideas around when art can be constructed from buttons. Our craft today is no exception! Creating button art is a challenge in some respects because the type of button art you can create is only limited by the imagination. I have seen lambs, hearts, sunflowers, jellyfish, and mosaics that will bring a gasp because they are so intricate and beautiful.
Great Button Art Projects
You needn’t look any further than doing a Google search or looking on Pinterest for some great ideas. Search for “button art” just to see what you get! On my Pinterest DIY Craft Tutorials board, I have re-pinned some really interesting designs – go take a look. Is there anything there you want to make? I know I want to make more than just today’s project.
Today’s Project – The Button Art Tree on a Canvas
I decided to make a tree for our project today. Before I got started, I realized that I needed to have a tree silhouette for my canvas.
Instead of copying someone else, I created a whole new tree silhouette and placed it in my resource library for you to download. This is a free file for you.
I have it in 2 versions: SVG (for those with a Cricut) and PDF (for those who prefer to hand cut).
- Buttons in multiple sizes.
- A canvas or cardstock for the artwork.
- Patterned paper or acrylic paints. For this project, I used a patterned cardstock for the background just to save time.
- Glue – a glue that will hold the weight of the buttons when the project is framed. I love E6000 and tend to use it a great deal. You may have another type of glue you prefer to use.
- Tree template – download the template as either an SVG or PDF file from the resource library.
If you are going to use paint on a canvas, you will need to prep the canvas with the colors you will be using for the background.
If you are using heavy card stock, as I did for the project, then you can cut the paper to approximately 12″ x 12″ for a larger tree or 8.5″ x 11″ if you want to make a smaller one. I used 12″ x 12″.
Make sure you have downloaded the tree silhouette from the resource library before starting this part of the project (it is sized for an 8.5 x 11-inch sheet of paper so you will not have to make any adjustments when you upload it to design space).
Note that I used 12″ x 12″ paper. All I needed to do was upload the file, insert it into my project, then save it and make it.
The silhouette came out perfectly although the weeding (taking the tree off the cutting mat) was touchy as some of the branches are thin and I had no problem.
If you are hand cutting, you can print the tree on any color (except black – it will not show) and cut the outline. Remember the cuts do not need to be perfect, you are after a barren tree look.
In the image below you can see the tree silhouette I cut with my Cricut Maker. You can achieve the same look with scissors except your branches may be a bit thicker. It does not really matter which way you do your cut, it will work.
Adding the Buttons
This is absolutely the most fun part of the project. You will want to layout your buttons before gluing them down to make sure you have the arrangement you . I tried several layouts before I decided on my final one. See the image below on how I made my arrangement.
The finished project will look so amazing!
Finishing up your Button Art Project
Now is the time to glue your buttons to the art. Make sure you have a glue that will dry clear and not show on your finished canvas. As an option you could sew on your buttons – this will take a lot more work but you will be assured that your buttons will not fall off your project.
More Reading on Button Art
As research shows, there are many books on button art, some are very simple, but wow the ideas they can give you! Here are my book recommendations you should buy.
This project took several hours just because I needed my canvas to dry in stages. The creative part was exciting and I was able to use many different colored buttons in the project. I had a box full of old buttons (never throw out old clothing without taking off the buttons and saving them for projects such as this one).
I am so pleased with my results!
Don’t forget to read our other articles from this week: Paper Plate Weaving – lots of fun and Ideas for Creating Art with Toilet Paper Rolls. These are just a sample of what we produce each week. During the 100 day challenge, you will find great paper craft ideas and more.
Did you do a button art project? Don’t forget to share it with me in the comments or on my page.
PS The password for the resource library is love
26 Innovative and Beautiful Button Crafts and Projects
Whether you’re a sewing master or an all-round crafter, you may be one of the many who have a big collection of buttons stashed away.
There’s no way that you’ll be able to use them all up on fixing buttonless shirts, so perhaps it’s time to think outside the box a little.
These cute and clever button projects will give you some fantastic inspiration with regards to putting your collection to good use in non-traditional ways.
This cute and whimsical button bowl is the perfect way to store your little bits and bobs jewelry or keys. It uses the same method as the cotton thread balls where you use a balloon to create the shape you want, much a mold, which is then popped and discarded once everything is set and dried.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – DIYnCrafts
Everything you make doesn’t always have to be grand or complicated; you can make something as simple as a button bookmark with a paperclip that you know will be put to good use. It’s a quick and easy craft that can really help your school-going kids.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – IHeartNaptime
Simple Wall Art
I just love this fleur-de-lis symbol, although, of course you can go with practically any image or monogram as long as it’s not too detailed or finicky. The best part about this project is that you don’t have to sew the buttons – you can cheat and just glue them on!
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Makely
Oh Christmas Tree
If you have a good range of sizes among all your forgotten buttons, then you may be able to make yourself a few of these charming Christmas tree ornaments. If you don’t have enough greens, though, you can either spray paint them or simply embrace the non-traditional colors.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – ModernMinerals
Beautified Button Shoes
Whether you want to vamp up an old pair of shoes, or you found a plain pair on sale for next to nothing, a really cute way to do so is to add buttons. You’ll have to take the longer sewing route with these; when considering all the movement of your feet in your shoes, the buttons may just pop off if you use hot glue to attach them.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – StarsForStreetlights, ILoveToCreate and Scrapbook&CardsToday
Ok, so here’s a really nice and easy craft that is so simple, yet people don’t seem to think about it – button fridge magnets! It really is as easy as it sounds: glue magnets onto the buttons and you’re good to go! It adds a fun and playful element of whimsy to your kitchen.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – BigBoxDetox
There are so many ideas and ways that you can make some really pretty and interesting necklaces, ranging from simple to intricate to chunky, so I’ve found a handful for you to gloss over and get some inspiration for your own creation. Or, you could just make them all!
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – YellowBlackbird, Ohoh, TheDrewFamily and LittleMissMomma
As with the necklaces, your button bracelet making possibilities are seemingly endless. There are so many techniques that you can use, so once again, let your own imagination and creativity run wild and see what you can make with the types of buttons that you have.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – OhDearAngie, ResinObsession, HopeStudios and HomesteadRevival
I love all things bohemian, so this leather button cuff is right up my alley. If you can get the blank leather cuff with all the hardware on it then you’re already halfway there, otherwise you’ll just have to attach those yourself. This could make a really interesting belt idea, too!
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – LilBlueBoo
This is just too cute! It’ll perfectly adorn something a nursery or child’s playroom. After seeing the tutorial, it’s clear that you can paint and button just about any image, but the cupcakes are definitely my favorites!
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – BustedButton
Making a really cute button headband is actually really easy. The toughest part is just deciding on which buttons to use and how to arrange them – you can cover the entire piece of fabric, or you could just make a little accent part on the side.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – TheRibbonRetreat
These felt and button flowers are just adorable, and they’re so much fun to make, too! You could get your little ones involved in the project so that they can proudly display them in their rooms, or even give them to their teachers as gifts.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – AmericanCrafts
This Christmassy garland is a real cinch to make if you can do a simple chain stitch. I love the holiday themed colors that can turn your home into a real festive place, but of course, you can just pick any colors for absolutely any time of the year.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – BlogALaCart
Any simple frame can be transformed into something noticeable and pretty with the addition of some buttons. You can keep it simple, or arrange the buttons according to color for a rainbow or ombre theme.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – TheRibbonRetreat and PunkProjects
If you have the patience and the sanity to cover an entire handbag with buttons, then you truly deserve to have something this gorgeous! Sure, this is a big job, but if you don’t think you’ll see it through, then perhaps you could use the same technique on a smaller clutch.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Craftster:Pixeldust
Pretty Gift Bags
Give a plain gift bag a personalized touch by adding some buttons and yarn as embellishments; it’s a great way to use some of your plainer buttons. You can even do this to blank cards as well!
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – NorthPole
Resin is freaking fantastic because you can cast pretty much anything in there – buttons included! These make really cute paperweights or coasters, and finding the right mold can be as easy as using a cup or even a jar lid.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – LilBlueBoo
If you’re not a big fan of the bulky resin coasters then you can try this woven technique instead. And this isn’t just limited to coasters, you could make some gorgeous placemats for your dining table – it’s not too difficult, but it will take some time if you want a set.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Craftylish
As you may have noticed by now, you can add buttons to pretty much anything and it’ll come out looking lovely! Give a plain and cheap tray a whole new look by lining the bottom with buttons for an interesting look.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – MelStampz
The addition of some buttons, fabric, trimming and whatever else you have among your craft supplies can totally transform a regular pillow to something unique and adorable. Just make sure to map out your arrangement before you start sewing.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – FiskarsCraft and AllYou
We’re used to buttons on clothing, but they usually serve a function of closing something up. This tutorial shows you how you can add buttons to a regular t-shirt for the sole purpose of decorating or embellishing; doesn’t it look great?
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – iCandyHandmade
A couple of bobby pins, a touch of glue, and some interesting or vintage buttons are all you need to make some very simple yet striking hair clips. I just love simple projects these!
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – ChristinaHomemaker
Embroidery Button Clock
If the hours seem to fly by when you find yourself heading into your craft room, then perhaps it’s time you make yourself a clock to go in there, and what could be more fitting than an embroidery hoop and button clock? If this isn’t quite to your taste, though, have a look at our other DIY clocks.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – OccasionallyCrafty
When it comes to my really close friends and family, I prefer implementing some interesting and unique gift wrapping techniques as opposed to just using regular wrapping paper. This simple little button detail is so cute and it just gives it that little special touch.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – CraftAndCreativity
Button Tree Art
This is such a cute idea – instead of painting leaves on a tree, you can just glue on some buttons! This is also fun to do with the kids, since you can paint the trunk and branches, and then let the little ones choose where they want to place their buttons.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – CraftsByAmanda
This site doesn’t contain a step-by-step tutorial, but I think it’s quite easy to figure out. You can either buy a lampshade frame or just remove the fabric from an existing one, and then thread your buttons through some thin wire. I wonder how it would look with the light on!
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – LuckyKnitter
Button Artwork Amazing Ideas To Try
We’ve scoured the web to bring you lots of gorgeous Button Artwork Projects that you will inspire and delight. View them all now and Pin your favorites.
We love buttons and if you do too, this collection of best Button Wall Art ideas will no doubt inspire you to get creating!
There are so many things you can make with buttons and these designs can be easily recreated. You can inject your personality with different sizes and styles this stunning Peacock below that we found on Etsy.
You can use painted backgrounds, fabric, wallpaper or some burlap. You can also make your button art to suit holiday themes.
You can add them to a canvas with your hot glue gun and you will have a truly stunning piece. It makes a beautiful homemade gift too! You can make animals, or even letters for words or the kids names. Monograms the one featured below from Etsy look great too and we love the ribbon hanger and the fabric background.
There is no limit to what you can do, let your imagination run wild! Be sure that you scroll our page all the way to the end. We have included lots of beautiful versions that you will not want to miss. You will also find a video that is filled with loads of great uses for your buttons so be sure to watch.
Button Art Wall Hanging Materials
- Acrylic paint
- Paint brush
- Mod Podge
- picture of animal, tree etc to trace onto canvas
- Hight temp. hot glue gun
Button Wall Art Instructions
Google an image that you would to use for your Button Art creation. Trace it onto your backdrop using a marker or pencil. You can color the image in a silhouette or you can use buttons in the entire picture.
Use your hot glue gun or any clear glue to adhere your buttons. You can add glitter, brooches, glass gems, in fact, anything at all. There are no design rules. Just GO for it! Images above from Painted Buttons and available for purchase on Etsy.
You can add texture to your canvas for a lovely backdrop this Sea Horse. We found this one on Etsy
Here’s another gorgeous button art idea. We love this Fox on Etsy
We love this Button Tree and it’s another gorgeous example you’ll love to make.
Don’t you just adore this framed Disney Princess Button Art. This is such a cute idea and very easy to recreate. We found this stunner and the Tinkerbell version below on Etsy
How To Make Button Wall Art Video
We’re excited to share this excellent video with you. There are so many uses for your Buttons and you are going to be amazed at all the different ways that the creator shows. You will love these ideas. Watch the video and continue scrolling for more ideas. To view click Play above
The following beautiful designs including the Button Balloon, Button Bird, Button Butterfly, Button Dragonfly and Button Horse Carousel are all available for purchase from Painted Buttons on Etsy
The above beautiful designs including the Button Balloon, Button Bird, Button Butterfly, Button Dragonfly and Button Horse Carousel are all available for purchase from Painted Buttons on Etsy
We found this gorgeous Peacock Button Art on Etsy
Button Heart Canvas Art from ‘The Woman Cave’
This stunning Owl Button Wall Art is great inspiration. We love the way he has been added to a piece of wood and has the rope handle, it looks lovely and rustic. Found on Etsy.
Trees are popular when it comes to Button Art is a great example we found on Etsy
This Apple looks lovely and is a simple project. We found it on Etsy.
You can find a full tutorial for this gorgeous Owl Button Art in a further post on our site. Isn’t he super cute. He would look lovely hanging on your wall and as you can see, he’s simple to recreate. Find him here
Here’s some more adorable Button ideas including a Hippo, Giraffe, Pink Flamingo, Owl, Bird, Duck and Elephant. You will find lots more ideas in our other post here
Here’s another great way to use up your buttons. Create words. Simply add your buttons to cut out cardboard letters and hot glue the buttons to the backing via —> Bright Star Kids
Button Peacock via Crazy Craft
DIY : Button Art & Ideas
Last week I stumbled upon a cool Reindeer Button Art photo that I shared with our followers. And that sort of set the ball rolling. If you recall my not so legendary fashion college education from the previous posts, you would know any person who passes out from a design course ends up with about two tonnes of raw material accumulated from various projects.
So here I am, drowning in my drawers of Buttons and I decide to give them a new purpose in life – BUTTON ART ! What I love most about Button Artworks is their absolute lack of any discrimination against any kind of buttons. They don’t need to match in color, in size, in shape, in detailing or in any way. And somehow it will always end up looking good.
Online has two kinds of button art. One’s the intensive exhibition kind – massive installations done by professional artists. And the second are the DIY projects (which normal souls us can execute). Here’s the best examples of Button Art (the do-able ones) I could find online.
BUTTONS REINDEER & MORE
Starting of with the one that got this post going. The image on the right is what I had posted on our page. I initially found it on a DIY page and loved the shape and color mix.
When I got this blog idea, I revisited the photo and discovered the origins at Shelterness.com which also had many more tutorials on Button Art. You can read all about these two and others here.
When I saw the reindeer, my first thought was – how cute would a wall full of assorted animals be !
BUTTON CHARACTER PORTRAITS
Coming to the intense ones, Lil Blue Boo has created some of the popular characters through Buttons.
I can already imagine the effort that has gone into making this one, but I guess the number of hours you put into this will directly reflect on the end result. So if you do have some time, then portraits would be pretty cool.
the trick is to find many tones of the color to show proper shading. They have uploaded a video tutorial showing how they went about it, which you can access here.
BUTTON VALENTINE HEARTS
This one’s for the romantics (or for that matter, anyone you love). Create a heart-shape through assorted Red buttons give it an added edge with some nice background or pattern.
You can grab a printed fabric or wrapping paper for the background. The image on the left was done by Mama’s Crafty Place on a square tile.
The right image is by Southern Lovely Stripes done on striped burlap cloth which was framed.
BUTTON LOVE PLAQUE
Taking the love theme forward, you can try doing the word instead of the basic heart if you want.
Infact if you check out the basics of this DIY tutorial by Jen Goode,you can pretty much use that info and come up with any word on a plaque – either some word thats important to you, or a personalised one a name or family name.
If you would notice, this particular image above has a Pink Ribbon, which is in support of the Breast cancer campaign – such a subtle but important message. When you try button art, you can also think of what causes are important to you personally.
Stemming off from the previous idea, I found lots of Button Art ideas for Alphabets.
I think this would make for a very cool birthday gift for your friends and family – you can make it in assorted colors or maybe their favorite colors and get it framed for their wall or desks.
If you’re into bigger-DIY mode, then you can also consider making a wall collage of the first alphabets of your family’s names. Living Pretty Blog has a pretty great Tutorial explaining the nuances of decorating alphabets.
BUTTON TREES & FOLIAGE
For your living rooms and more neutral themes, you can always take inspiration from Mother Nature. Starting with flowers to scenery to foliage, you can end up with a landscape masterpiece.
The images above are from East HomeStead’s blog where they have assembled lots of tree projects for 2D and 3D looks.
You can either go traditional mixing up green and brown shades, or create a completely psychedelic tree using multiple colors.
BUTTON CHERRIES & FRUIT
A unique take on Button Art, Iris Fuller paints her subject on a smaller canvas before copying her design onto wood and covering it with buttons.
If you’re looking at a detailed project, then this might be the best advice on offer for you. Ofcourse if painting is not your forte, you can consider using an existing photo/painting as your reference point.
You can check out more about Iris & her amazing work here.
BUTTON GIRL POTRAIT
This one was honestly jaw-dropping for me – I’m probably never going to gather my guts to go so intense DIY, but if you’re up for the challenge, then lots of luck to you.
This particular artwork is titled “Girl with a Pearl Earring” and was created by Jane Perkins, over at http://www.bluebowerbird.co.
uk Using assorted buttons has been the key in developing such an effect here, if you’ll notice – you would find everything from pearl tops to flat square buttons here.
One of the most appropriate recycling projects for anyone who’s from a design school – taking the raw material back to the fashion theme ! These artworks are the creation of artist, Lauren Levy, who created it as a part of her Exhibit in Texas,USA in 2009.
You can find more images of her Exhibit and products here. I think designers with their own studio’s and shops can work this one so well – recreating design stationary scissors, bobbin and thread, dress forms etc. and hang them on their walls or entrance.
Here’s an idea for a personalised touch. Using Button Art to create a cute little parachute, they have hung a photo from the base using strings. I personally thought this was adorable because of the colors and graphics. It has a real charm to it. I couldn’t find any specific tutorial for this one, but you can go snooping around at Collage Scraps where I found this image.
BUTTONS WITH TUMBLR
I found many good examples of Button Art on Tumblr that I think can easily be converted into DIY projects. Two of my favorites from there are the Button Embroidery Circles (imagine them on a design studio wall) and the Lady (i’m not 100% sure if it was supposed to be Marilyn). You can check out all the Tumblr ideas here.
BUTTONS WITH FLICKR : PEACOCK
I also found lots of artists who had uploaded their Button Artworks on Flickr. The first image that caught my eye is titled Curacao Button Art, its by Chrissy Olson.This particular one is crazy with the detailing and you can also note how she has created multiple layers to give the peacock more dimension. You can find the detailed photo and more about the artist through her Flickr account.
BUTTONS WITH FLICKR : OWLS
Also on Flickr was this adorable little owl, made in 3D and uploaded by Melmashman. It would be harder to create a button sculpture and would definitely involve stitching, so keep that in mind while going for this project. If you are bored of flat button art, then this one is definitely for you. You can find the Owl image here.
BUTTONS WITH ETSY : BIRDS
Etsy is a popular website in US that acts as a platform for independent artists to sell their handcrafted wares. So I was bound to find some Button artworks there.
But I had no idea they would be this awesome ! My first and immediate favorite was a Bird artwork by BellePapiers who mixed up playful button shapes to create a delicate flying bird. The use of shaped buttons flowers has added a new dimension to the design.
It even got me thinking – how about a tree full of colored birds. The image on the right is a wallpaper, but I think it could work very well as a DIY inspiration for buttons.
BUTTONS WITH ETSY : UNION JACK FLAG
Since Britain and the royal baby is on everyone’s mind, this one is quite apt ! The Union Jack artwork by CardsByJane is available on Etsy for $48. Consider creating your special flag using the flag color buttons for a patriotic DIY project.
BUTTONS INSTALLATION : BIRDS
Remember how I started the post segregating Button Art into two categories. In case you were feeling deprived of knowing about the first Exhibit kind, here’s a sample. Artist Ran Hwang creates this large wall installation from buttons inspired by the flock of birds. You can view more of his Installation art here.
Here’s hoping you would have found something to inspire you to upcycle buttons for your homes !
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48 Excellent Button Craft Ideas
If you're me, you don't throw anything away without first removing the buttons. The trouble with this is that you end up with lots of buttons and nothing to put them on.
That's going to change, as I've rounded up a number of lovely projects that will deplete your excess button inventory! Some of the projects are easy for kids, but there are a few difficult crafts you may want to make yourself.
If you want to try making the beautiful button clock pictured above, you'll find the directions at Occasionally Crafty.
What a cute and colorful headband! You'll find this a very easy project to make for all the girls you know. Imagine the different button color and style combinations you can try! SUGAR BEE crafts shares how to create this delightful piece.
I'm really impressed with this craft project. I how the buttons and seed beads were used to fill in the star shape. Get the instructions for this ornament at Fireflies + Mud Pies.
Here's a fun star wreath to make to celebrate birthdays or holidays. I think it's an easy project that is inexpensive to put together and beautiful to display. Find the instructions for making this wreath at Little Birdie Secrets.
These magnets are perfect for holding schoolwork, artwork, and reminders! The kids will be so proud that you want to display their work. Go to Homemade Gifts Made Easy for the directions.
Add these cute-as-a-button flowers to a green foliage plant and enjoy seeing the amazed look on your mom's face when she receives them.
Imagine how much fun the kids will have making a button-bug infestation for all of the house plants and garden flowers. The instructions are found at Parents.
This looks a fun art project for the kids. Get the directions and turtle template by going to Fireflies and Mud Pies.
You'll find a great picture tutorial to making these pendants at Craftsy.
A monogrammed letter would make a nice addition to any child's room. Just remove the glass from the picture frame to make room for the button letter.
There's something about the simplicity of this little bouquet that I find beautiful. To find the instructions for making this project, go to KIDDLEY.
The buttons definitely take the blah paper clips! These could even be used as bookmarks. Go to Bella Dia to see how to put them together.
Little button animals are so easy to make and so very cute! These pendant necklaces are a great project for kids to make and give as gifts or to wear themselves. The instructions are found at kiwi crate.
Enhance your dinner table display with these homemade napkin holders. What could be more satisfying than to know you made them yourself? Easy directions can be found at Think Crafts.
I would never have thought to make a button garland and also never realized they could be so attractive.
Imagine a Christmas tree loaded with these pretty and colorful ornaments. They are so easy to make that you can have the whole family pitch in for this project. Go to Speech Room Style to find the instructions.
Okay, I admit this project doesn't use many buttons, but the little peg bunnies are soooo cute and only take about 10 minutes to make. I just couldn't resist including them! Find the tutorial and bunny pattern at LITTLE BIT FUNKY.
You'll find the owl template and the tutorial for this project at A Spectacled Owl.
Make a custom button pendant to coordinate with all your different casual outfits. Use gold, silver, black, or white for more formal outfits.
Notice that the buttons are inside the bottle caps. I think this is an outstanding wreath that doesn't look too difficult to make. For the directions, go to SHAKEN TOGETHER.
Make an elegant headband over at the BUTTON RETREAT. So many different styles and button colors exist, which means your headband will be one-of-a-kind.
A button tree is a work of art that would make a nice school project or a scout craft activity. Go to Ideas2Live4 for the directions.
I didn't know that it was possible to dye buttons to get the desired colors! Check this tutorial out, and you'll be amazed at how easy it is to do.
I absolutely love these black cat pillows. They wouldn't take long to make, but they are really cute. For the directions, go to 365 days of Halloween.
If you have lots of buttons, this is a cute craft to use them up. Make a mosaic bowl by going to favecrafts.
Kids would love making these, and even the youngest of them could have fun. You could perhaps even use gold or silver glitter glue to attach the buttons. For the directions, go to CRAFTS FOR ALL SEASON.
Imagine this wreath created with buttons that are all gold, gold and black, gold, or black and white with black and gold ribbons. Use colors to enhance your décor using directions from Running with Sisters.
Check out this tutorial by Little Miss momma, which has the instructions to make a checkerboard. This one is made using wood, so you'll want to reference her tutorial to make it correctly.
These napkins are so simple and beautiful. Go to this mama loves for the steps.
Not only is this perpetual calendar a beautiful piece of décor, it is also a useful piece. You'll find the tutorial at Makezine.
Favecrafts shares how to make this felt and button ball. Cutting the shapes is easy to do, and adding the buttons makes a nicely finished ball you can use to decorate a child's room.
Any girl would enjoy making and wearing this cute button hairband. Find the instructions at B.Cheniful.
You can use up your old t-shirts and make cute bracelets for you and your friends. Follow the tutorial at BUTTONS GALORE & More and upcycle old shirts!
These tiny-eyed owl ornaments can be easily whipped up to decorate the Christmas tree or give out as party favors. Learn how to make them at button it up.
Pretty Handy Girl made these beaded flower vases using beads and buttons. It's such an easy and attractive decoration to make for a special occasion.
I find this bib necklace to be an eye-catching piece. With so many choices of buttons, it's possible to make a necklace for any outfit. Go to The Scrap Shoppe blog for the easy tutorial.
Younger children could use white glue to adhere the buttons onto the felt for this project. If you want to display it on a mantel or on the wall, you will probably want a more permanent method. Go to KROKOTAK for the tutorial.
Make cute button snowman ornaments over at funEZcrafts. Imagine all the different sizes and colors can make your snowmen! It's also a great craft idea for seniors.
I love the looks of these statement rings. Find out how to make them by going to Miss Kris.
Cute as a button….and useful too. Find the tutorial for making this outstanding, and extremely easy to make, key chain at Craftiness is Not Optional.
These burlap owls are easy enough for kids to make. Find the instructions at KIDS CRAFTROOM.
These snowflake ornaments have a shabby chic appearance that some folks love. If you are one of them, use the instructions at Erik Homemade to make your own!