After drilling the holes I had to put the button in the kiln again to round out the holes. After this first success, I was excited to make more. Here are two of the next ones I made.
Rosita Pisarchick bought two of my buttons and created this beautiful bracelet that she called "Peacock Struttin it's Stuff" using one of my buttons for the closure. I'm lovin' it!
Rosita has several shops on Etsy. She sells her beautiful beadwoven jewelry in her CrownRoseGems shop. She sells vintage and antique buttons in her ButtonStash shop. She sells Jacquard and woven trims in her Trim Goddess and Trim Goddess2 shops. She is one busy lady keeping up all those shops!
It's always an honor to see my work displayed on someone else's creation. It motivates me to make more buttons (which I have done). Here's a couple more that I'm getting ready to list in my Etsy shop.
I think there should be a National Button Day! What do you think?