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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

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This project gets an A for the day....thanks for sharing

This is fantastic!!

Great project!!! I want to create one now!

LOVE this Jen! I need to make one - thanks for the inspiration!

Beautiful! I love this!

AMAZING!!! I am so doing this <3

this is amazing .. I am doing one now .. thanks for the inspiration.

This is fabulous!!! :)

What a great idea for all those left-overs from projects. Awesome.

absolutely darling - what a great idea! i have to try this now. love how you are able to use up all those supplies on one project! suzy

BRILLIANT! I'm making one for my daughter!!!

I absolutely LOVE this! What a great idea to use up leftover supplies!

going to try this, with a J and an N! :)

Awesome idea! I have just the perfect spot for this project too. TFS!!

I love this so soo much. I have so many extra buttons and brads too. It is the perfect thing for the new baby (as soon as we figure out a name!)

I had the idea to do this a while back for one of my assignments having to use buttons, but I didn't have enough to cover my initial. I will definitely do this with brads, flair and the buttons though, I love it!

love how this came out!

Oh you creative types! That is so cool! I love it.

yep, this is plain awesome. Thanks Jen!!

neat! Love this

LOVE LOVE LOVE! I am SOOOOOOO doing this for BOTH my girls!! Hey, I might even do one for my husband and I!!!

This is soooooo fabulous...! Totally love it...!

Love this execution of this awesome diy-home decor! :)

Absolutely amazing!!! Fabtastic...I love it!

AMAZING! love it!

Thank you so much for the tutorial...I love this! Definitely making this!

Eeek! This is *so* gorgeous!! :) Jen rocks!

how much do i LOVE this?! TONS.

How does this work with the brads? Can you get the back of them off easily?

Wow this is just amazing. Great idea

I love this.... I am doing this project for my little girl too. Thanks for the inspiration.

wow i love this! I think I'll make a C for my niece!

This is absolutely GORGEOUS! What a great idea! It would make a great gift for kid birthdays too! TFS!!!!

I just love this Jen & am totally going to make 1...or 2!

Thanks for the great instructions...I would never have thought to use brads to fill in all the gaps!!
Off to print out an O and J :)

LOVE! I've already made two! An 'O' for my Owen and a 'J' for my Joely! I plan to share this idea with everyone! :) Thank you!

What type of glue did you use to hold the buttons on?

This is fantastic! I have used your tutorial to make my own version for my baby boy's nursery http://jennaulls.blogspot.com/2011/04/b.html
Thanks for the inspiration!

Really cute. I think this will make a cute gift too. Thanks for sharing.

This is awesome!!!

I posted a link to this tutorial today.

Nancy Ward
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http://www.nancywardcrafts.com

I NEED to make one of these!!! And it would be a great gift idea to make for others!

Any links to where we can buy similar buttons?

This is such a cute idea! I have more than a few friends that are expecting and I have decided that I am going to do this for all of them!!

Thanks!!!

love this project... where do you buy all the variety buttons? i am looking online which not much luck.

Neat idea!!

This is a great tutorial! Thanks!

This is so beautiful! I would love to make these for my daughters! Thanks for such a great tutorial.

LOVE THIS! I'm a brand new blogger and just posted a link to your tutorial!
http://lifeofthepowers.blogspot.com/2011/07/im-very-pinterested.html

This is fantastic! I'm in the process of re-doing my youngest sister's room and will most definitely be incorperating this in the design.

How much did it cost to put this A together?

So fun! Side question...what is the exact colour used on the wall behind?...love it!

Amazing element monogram tutorial shared by you here. It's really creative idea to make this one easily. Great job done by you.

Lovely monogram. I used a light pen for making this type of monogram which is little different from you. Your monogram is very nice.

Awesome monogram. I like to read such post related to different monogram with great color combination. Thanks for sharing this.

As soon as I found this tutorial via Pinterest I wanted to make one. I love it so much. I blogged my attempts here http://craftytails.wordpress.com/2011/09/29/diy-cute-as-a-button/ but nowhere near as nice as yours I have to say. But still I hope baby H will like it!

Magnifique!
J'adore cette utilisation des boutons !

Where did you buy all of your buttons and brads?

Found this via Pinterest, thanks for the great idea. Mine turned out unique to me because I used beads that I already had on hand instead of the layers of brads, but my girls loved them!

Oh..here is my "tutorial". I linked back to this blog. I bought my buttons from Walmart...I had to stick to our "handmade Christmas gift" budget :)

http://wanderingbutnotlostsuzy.blogspot.com/2012/01/handmade-button-monogram-bs-for-my.html

I LOVE this! But I have only one question, is it the brads that make sure none of the buttons fall off?

so nice! will make one for my daughter and hang it from a string! love.

My sister's living room is all Americana stuff, so I'm going to make USA all in seperate frames, using red, white, blue, black and silver. Great idea! Thanks for sharing.

Wow! A great Idea! I'll try it!

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This is such an original fun idea! I'm writing an article about easy button projects to make and was wondering if I could include one of the photos from this article. Please let me know when you get a chance. Thanks! :) randomcreative28 at gmail dot com

Just found this on Pinterest. I absolutely love this! Two of my girls share a room so I also need to make an A and then a L! Thanks so much for sharing.

Thank you soooo much for sharing this. I had a big tin of antique buttons that belonged to my late Grandmother. I made an L for my daughter's new big girl room. Turned out great, looks awesome with sentimental value as well. Thanks again!

Can you be more specific about what you used to adhere the buttons to the card stock? I am confused (not surprising)!

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