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Button Sewing Room Tidy

By: Linda Forager from www.sewingbeefabrics.co.uk
Button Sewing Room Tidy
Button Sewing Room Tidy

"Free craft tutorial by Sewing Bee Fabrics - learn how to make your own tidy box for all your bits and pieces out of buttons and epoxy glue in this easy DIY project. This project would be perfect for using in a craft room or sewing room. Or, it could be filled with trimmings or craft bits for a present for a crafty friend instead."

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  • buttons
  • epoxy glue
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I have been collecting buttons from articles of clothing that are no longer good for anything other than the rag bin. Most of the buttons are really small but I believe I can use them to make a small button sewing room container to hold such notions like safety pins using this technique. I will be on the lookout for a set of buttons to make a larger vessel if the first one turns out right.

Wow! My first thought when I glanced at the picture was that the designer just glued buttons to a container. Not the case here. The container is the case. I love this. Now I have another project to add to my every growing list. My sister is lucky enough to have a room dedicated to crafts and I know she will love this.

What a super idea! I love covering things with buttons, and the epoxy works great.... This is a perfect little gift for a sewer or crafter or even a student to keep those pencils and pens in order! As an option, you could add a cross grain ribbon around the perimeter of the top,with a bow, and buttons here and there securging it to the top, and add a bow with a button in the center to tie it all together! I have a ton of buttons and this project will given them a happy home! Thanks for sharing!

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