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14 December 2011

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Suzonne

Thanks Joles! They keep moving these tutorials on me and I can't find it anymore. But I updated it to include the directions. Unfortunately, I can't find the photos at the moment that would have accompanied the tutorial, but it's easy. I promise!

Joles

Oh no! The link is not working any more. Would you be willing to repost the tutorial on your site? LOVE your blog!

adiamor.com

This is all part of her Handmade for the Holidays challenge where she will try and have a new tutorial every week until she’s got enough gifts for everyone on her list!

Benjamin Skinner

I'm excited about the project too. From the picture they look a lot harder than "easy" but I'm hoping that with some practice I could have the perfect gift for the holiday's

Sonya-Dime Store Thrift

I LOVE YOU!! I am SO excited about this project!! I can't stop using exclamation points!! Seriously though, I am needing something to make with Bud for his teacher who is a jewelry nut and this is so perfect, I am thrilled to pieces and beyond excited to make some of these ith him. And the BEST part?? I HAVE A SECRET PLACE THAT SELLS THESE BUTTONS FOR PENNIES!! Thank you again, Sonya

Sav

So pretty, great idea.

http://savgrace.blogspot.com/
Great giveaway going on right now!

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