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Mini Button Canvas Trees

Perfect for a kids room, nursery, or bathroom, these Mini Button Canvas Trees from Amanda Formaro are an easy way to add color and style to your home.  With less than 5 materials, you can create these sweet canvases.  Make one or several!

Mini Button Canvas Trees


  • 2- 4"x4" white mini canvases
  • Martha Stewart Pearl paint: Jet Stream, Mother of Pearl
  • Martha Stewart Frost paint: Sea Lavender, Pea Shoot
  • Assorted buttons in blue and light brown shades
  • E6000 glue



  1. Paint one canvas with Mother of Pearl and the other canvas with Jet Stream.

    mini button canvas trees
  2. When the canvases are dry, drawn simple trees with Sea Lavender and Pea Shoot.

    mini button canvas trees
  3. Use E6000 glue to attach various buttons all over the canvas until you are pleased with the design.

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i love love love this! i was thinking of making it with a little twist as a Christmas gift. I am going to make 4, one of a tree in each season. Light green and little pink buttons for blossoms in the spring, vibrant green for summer, gold and yellow and red for autumn, and white for snow in the winter. Thanks for the great idea!

That sounds like a great idea. I hope you post them on here when they're finished.

This is my kind of craft and I am so into teeny tiny stuff. Have been all my life and I'm an old lady now. I will definitely be trying this one. Thanks!

Glad you liked them Cathey!


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