Thursday, March 3, 2011

Button Eggs

Easter is of course an important holiday to us as Christians, but it is also so fun to decorate for!   When I think of Easter, I think of fresh colors and new starts.

That's probably why, even though Easter is almost two months away, I couldn't wait to start some Easter projects.

I hot glued some buttons (most of them are old--given to me by my Grandmother from her personal collection!) onto styrofoam eggs and stuck them on wooden dowels....nothing to it!

One I made from neutrals dotted with a little orange....

And the other is made of Easter pastels....

Anyone hunting eggs this year?

Happy early Easter!

To see what fun parties I link to, check my Blog Parties tab! I'm also linking to Sunday Showcase and Someday Craft's Easter Party, as well as:


  1. Hey Kelly! :) I hope you're right that my little guy will be a good can't start em' too young in this economy! :)
    Your button eggs are so sweet! I love old buttons..I have an old blue mason jar filled with them in my laundry room! so pretty!
    Have a great day!

  2. Cute...cute...cute! You have such original ideas, Kelly! Nice way to show off the buttons given to you by your grandmother. Easter is one of my favorite holidays. There was an article on vintage buttons in the new Flea Market Style magazine that I found interesting. Love these!

  3. What a lovely egg with the buttons of memory. Sweet !

  4. Buttons are the best!! Simple & cute, love your idea. :)

  5. That is a clever and cute idea for using all those extra buttons! Genius! It looks so cute too!

  6. These eggs are so cute! I love buttons, especially vintage ones. Great idea for using them in such a creative way.

  7. These are great! I was stopping to say thanks for your comment and becoming a follower of my blog. I am returning that and now I am your newest follower. I can't wait to see what you are doing next.


  8. I love buttons! If my husband would let me they would be all over our apartment!
    Thanks so much for following my little blog! Here following you back! Love your blog and you etsy shop!

  9. I love your button covered eggs! What a great idea!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving me a sweet comment about my botanical art :)


  10. I love crafty blogs! I can't get enough! This idea is wonderful! I’m a new follower Happy Friday!! I would love for you to stop and take a look at my blog as well! Thanks!

  11. Kelly,
    That is super cute! And a very good idea. It looks adorable how you arranged it in your flowers. Thanks for linking it up!

  12. Oh cool. So different and put in your flower arrangement looks good.

    I'm your 200th follower (from Feathered Nest Friday).

  13. Very cute! And so easy! Thanks for linking up!

  14. i just started decorating for Easter today! :) love the eggs

  15. these are soo very cute!!! this would be so much fun to do with the kids... thanks for linking this up!!!

  16. How sweet are these? So creative!! Thanks for sharing at FNF! :)

  17. Love it!
    I was just posting today on my blog that I need some inspiration and ideas for some button projects :)

  18. WoW...Love it!! This looks like something my granddaughter and I can do together! Just found your blog from another blog that was on another blog...LOL You know how that goes! Can't wait to explore you blog. Blessings!

  19. Very cute--they look like lollipops! How sweet you used your grandma's buttons. Thanks for linking up to my party!

  20. These are so adorable! I am enjoying your blog! I am glad you found my blog so I can follow you! Your blog is *eye candy*

  21. Very sweet!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie last week! I can't wait to see what you have for this week!

  22. Great idea! I do have a button fetish;)
    Shannon@ shannonandtonysclutteredcloset

  23. Thank you for sharing your great project by linking up to my blog bash K.I.S.S. @ The Tattered Tag. Please remember tomorrow is another fun blog bash, so drop by and link up more of your creativity! :)

    Drop by The Tattered Tag


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