25 June 2008

My Heart Is Complete

Here it is. I finally finish the button heart project. I kept running out of buttons. Who knew it would take so many. I finished it off with a blue ribbon. I'll probably hang it on the inside of my front door.

I've been asked to let everyone know how I made this :
I bought this foam heart from Joanne Fabrics. The buttons from different places, put on with hot glue. The ribbon was not glued on. I pined it so I could change it out if I liked.

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Anne Fannie said...

Your button heart came out cute!

Chris is *Refining Life* said...

Charming! Did you count the buttons? How many did it take? You know, just in case I get ambitious...

It is a great project Glenda!

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

It looks so cute. When I made mine last weekend I wanted to make a heart-shaped one but they were out of those at Michaels!

I had a heart shaped one but I gave it away on my blog and I've always wanted to make another one!

Barb said...

You did a great job. It is adorable.

I just love Michaels, spend way too much time there.

take care,

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Darling Button Heart!!!!!


Joyce on her Justified Journey said...

Glenda - that's a straw heart wreath, right? That came out sooo cute!!!!! I need to make one of those. You just glued the buttons on? I could handle that!! I love it! It's so cute!!!

Counting Your Blessings said...

It's lovely! I bought a baggie of mother of pearl buttons at the flea market about a month ago, thinking that I'd have more than enough for what I was working on. Of course, there wasn't enough =) Your heart must have taken a ton! Blessings... Polly

Edie Marie's Attic said...

Hi Glenda!
Oh your button heart is adorable! You really did a good job on it, so professional looking. What kind of base did you use? You need to give us a lesson on how to make it! It's too cute for words!
Hugs, Sherry

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

I love your button heart! What a wonderful project. Now I have to run to Michaels to get a foam heart!

linda said...

Just stopping by your site and thought I'd leave a comment...hope you don't mind.

I love the heart you made...it is gorgeous. I started one with white buttons also but on a cone the shape of a Christmas tree. I didn't use hot glue. I used pins. I'm going to give this heart a try for sure!

Teresa @ PlumWater Cottage said...

I love these button wreaths. They are so charming and it's a great way to showcase buttons. Love it!

Tracie said...

Very pretty, Glenda~
Thanks for the instructions too ;)

Nermal and Kitty said...

Love the button wreath. in fact I just love buttons. Just bought three boxes full at an estate sale. Goody! What a great way to use them. All the white and ivory looks good together. Nerm

Joanne Kennedy said...

I've been looking for the heart shape foam. Now I'm going to have to go to Joann's. I hope I find it.

Yours came out darling.

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