Button Christmas Tree
Growing up my grandmother worked in a button shop and as a result button crafts have always been a huge part of our lives. Today’s project is a very kid friendly project (with supervision).
To make this you need a styrofoam cone (I used 18 inches tall – smaller would have been a better choice); 700 buttons – assorted colors and sizes; 700 short multicolored pins; and multiple hands from kids.
Simply place a pin in one of the button holes and randomly place on cone filling in the blank spaces.
Monday Skip To My Lou Craftomaniac Crafts Keep Me Sane The Girl Creative Delicate Construction The DIY Showoff Sumos Sweet Stuff Ask Anna Moseley The Southern Institute Tuesday Giggles Glitz and Glam Chef-n-Training My Lil Pink Pocket Homemaker On A Dime Home Stories A to Z Little Birdie Baby The Kurtz Corner Uncommon Designs Online Sweet Little Gals Project Queen Ask Anna My World Made By Hand Wednesday Sew Much Ado Blue Cricket Design Free Pretty Things For You Someday Crafts Southern Lovely The Sasse Life The Shady Porch Saved By Love Creations Junk In Their Trunks Thursday The Idea Room Thrifty 101 Bear Rabbit Bear House of Hepworths Suzys Sitcom Design Dazzle Thirty Sixth Avenue My Repurposed Life Saved By Love Creations The Crafty Blog Stalker The Artsy Girl Connection Friday Mommas Kinda Crafty Naptime Crafters Serenity Now Saturday Be Different Act Normal Sunday Flamingo Toes Nifty Thrifty Things My 1929 Charmer Blog