Thursday, January 26, 2012

Here's My Heart

I found these gorgeous heart buttons still attached to their original card. Aren't they beautiful? Not willing to let well enough alone, I glued them to a piece of fabric and framed these little beauties!

 There they are on my sweet.

 I love red and I saw this little red sewing was coming home with me.

See how soft and faded the inside is? There were several cards of buttons inside. I wonder who loved this little basket before I found it?

Here are some of my favorite fonts from They are free. That makes them even better.

 Until next time.

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Masterpiece Monday at
Metamorphosis Monday at
Showoff Your Cottage at houseintheroses,com
Knick of Time Tuesday at
Nifty Thrifty Tuesday at
Tablescape Tuesday at
Tuesday’s Treasures at
Turning The Daunting Into the Do-able at 
Wednesday is Rednesday at
What’s It Wednesday at
White Wednesday at
Open House Party at
Pearls and Lace Thursday at
Tablescape Thursday at
Texture Thursday at The Daily Wyatt
Treasurehunt Thursday at frommyfrontporchtoyours.blogspot.
Air Your Laundry at
Freestyle Friday at
Frugal Friday at
Home Sweet Home at
Show and Tell Friday at
Pink Saturday at
Sunday’s Best at
Think Pink at


Gina said...

I love the buttons! They are so cute. Great idea to frame them.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Your buttons look so cute framed. I love the little sewing basket. I love baskets too so it probably would have come home with me too.

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

Wow! I've never seen anything like those buttons! So glad you kept them as is and framed them -- and that sewing box -- adorable!!

Sarah said...

Darling buttons! Thanks for sharing the link to the free fonts. ~ Sarah

Stephanie said...

Visiting from Freestyle Friday. I love the buttons! My grandma was notorious for hoarding buttons and lace...and now I am so glad. I love using them in my projects. I love that you frames the chocolate buttons. Perfect! I linked this project up:

Cottage and Broome said...

So sweet, love the buttons, they look like mini brownies! Laura

Maria said...

What cute buttons! And I love the idea of framing them, very nice!

Stan and Jody Gabara said...

My mother collected buttons, but I never had seen these. What a great find. Love that you framed them.
Im a new follower. Jody

Honey at 2805 said...

What cute buttons! Thank you for sharing your lovely
Valentines ideas at Potpourri Friday!

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

Good morning, Audrey!

The framed heart button page is so lovely! It is a perfect addition to your desk top. Such beautiful vignettes about you home. What a joy perusing many of your posts!

Nice stopping by!
Kindly, Lorraine

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love those precious buttons and I think I have a sewing basket like yours! Thanks for the fonts...very fun! ♥

Snap said...

I love the heart buttons and your button box!

A Garden of Threads said...

I can see why they came home with you. They are beautiful and I love the sewing basket.

chateau chic said...

Love old buttons. How cute to frame some special ones.
Glad to be your newest follower and hope you'll stop by when you get a chance.
Mary Alice

Doni said...

Oh how yummy! I love old sewing notions and especially lovely buttons! I'm so excited to have you join me for Pearls and Lace Thursday! Your sewing box and pretties are a wonderful addition, and I'm now your newest follower!
Blessings, Doni

eileeninmd said...

I love the cute heart shaped buttons and they look wonderful framed. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing, have a great day.

Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer said...

The framed heart is so cute. I love buttons. Your sewing basket is cute too, I don't know if I've seen on in red before. My BFF has given me some great old sewing notions, buttons, needles, needles holder etc. I keep them out so I can see them. Dont you just wonder who had them before, and what they life was like? Thanks for sharing you creative inspiration with Sunday's Best Par.tay!

Lorrie said...

Those buttons look like little heart-shaped chocolates. Almost good enough to eat.

thistlewoodfarm said...


Those buttons are wonderful....and thank you, thank you for the fonts! I collect fonts! I love them!

Thank you, thank you!

Angie @ Knick of Time said...

Wow - those are gorgeous!

Thanks for sharing at Knick of Time Tuesday!

Angie @ Knick of Time

Anonymous said...

Different shapes buttons are look really wonderful.All buttons are look some different and extra ordinary look.Heart shape buttons are so gorgeous looking.

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Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Oh the buttons are perfect. I love the sewing basket also. Thanks tons for joining TTT. Hugs, marty

Kathy Reed said...

This is the first time I've visited your blog. I admire your creativity!

Kathy Reed said...

This is the first time I've visited your blog. I admire your creativity!

Blessed Serendipity said...

Those buttons are pretty cute! Love anything with hearts.


Highpoint Circle said...

My mom was a seamstress and had a fabulous button collection that I played with as a child so these buttons are especially precious to me. Stopped by from Common Ground.

Unknown said...

Those buttons are indeed sweet. So clever to frame them!

Angie @ Knick of Time said...

I'm featuring your lovely buttons on Monday evening at the Knick of Time Tuesday Vintage Style Link Party!

Feel free to grab the "I was Featured" button!

Thanks for sharing at the party and I hope you'll link up again this week.

Angie @ Knick of Time

John Negoita said...

You can also add this cute heart font to your awesome collection!

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