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Penny F.
Penny F. · North Bay, Ontario, CA · 19 projects
I can see doing this idea even with the ones that don't have the shank for Scrapbook and cards... the ones that are not indented probably would work for that idea!
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dominique r.
dominique r. · Ypsilanti, Michigan, US · 78 projects
super cool, thanks. i'm going to make a ton of these for my swap partner and pals
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A Moms Choice
A Moms Choice · Champaign, Illinois, US
Thanks soooo much for posting.
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Danielle  F.
Danielle F. · 3 projects
Thank you! I had given up on making fabric covered buttons.
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Cupcake girl
Cupcake girl · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 28 projects
Love it! That is so awesome and creative! Thanks for sharing!
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Surf jewels
Surf jewels · Southend-on-Sea, England, GB · 13 projects
cute, another thing 2 try, this site is great
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Lilla
Lilla · Budapest, Budapest, HU · 8 projects
this is so cool, i'll try it! thanks! Happy
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New England Quilter
New England Quilter · New Hampshire, New Hampshire, US
Wonderful and easy to follow instructions! I quilt and always have a ton of extra strips of fabric that I am not sure what to do with. I'll have to try this out - looks like fun!
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athenamat
athenamat · New York, New York, US · 19 projects
This is so clever! I am always annoyed to buy those kits but I would love fabric covered buttons for projects. In a swap someone gave me fabric covered buttons tied to hair bands and they look SO cute in my hair.
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Laura H.
Laura H. · Portland, Oregon, US
nice! is thaere any reason you use embroidery floss instead of regular thread?
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