Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Why didn't I think of this sooner?

I just opened up the kiln and I'm sneaking a quick post before serving breakfasts and heading to the buses....
Did you ever have an idea so simple, that you just have to shake your head and wonder what took so long to figure it out?
Here it is!  Buttons and Donuts in my standard sizes.  Well Duh! 

I'm really happy with the results.  Maybe now I can get some more buttons into knitting and sewing shops.... because that is the next step to total world domination after all ;-)  Maybe that should say-- paying for summer camp......  ;-)

I'm off to the office and when I return this evening I will put my etsy shop on vacation mode while I travel to Kansas City for the Holiday with my Dad and his family. 
And of course I am only announcing this because my husband and MIL and ATTACK DOG will be guarding the house :-) 

And I had my 700th sale over the weekend!  YAY!
Stop back Thursday for our Button Swap Reveal posts!  My partner is Shannon AKA For My Sweet Daughter!  That's Thursday!  And comment on as many different blogs as you can for chances to win fabulous prizes from Michele Mach our fearless leader! 

12 comments:

  1. Those buttons are fabulous! I'm loving the green of the clay with the blues of the glass. Cheers to summer camp!

    Do you have family in KC? My husband's family is from there and we're headed that way in July for a visit. I love it out there!

    Have fun.
    Jen

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  2. Those are great! Love them!

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  3. Those buttons make me want to knit or something!!! Wow!

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  4. Love them and buttons are so very versatile. I especially like 2 hole buttons and if you're looking for another idea (I have a hard time finding them) are the slot buttons (also called ribbon slides I think). They're wonderful for doing corset lacings that I do on my cuffs and other artists use for those cute coffee cozies and in scrapbooking.

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  5. The buttons are amazing! Something new to tempt me in your shop. :) Have a great time in KC!

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  6. The knitters and crocheters of this world are in for a treat! These are wonderful, Kristie!

    And Congratulations!!!! on your 700th. :D

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  7. Beautiful, I especially like the blue and cream colored one. Have a great time on your holiday.

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  8. They are gorgeous! Good luck getting them into the shops and have a great weekend!

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