Saturday, August 29, 2009


When I was young I would often go to Antique Shows with my grandparents. I was quickly fascinated with antique buttons. They were small and inexpensive enough that I could even come home with a prized purchase or two.

Recently, while attending an estate sale, I found a large collection of antique buttons. The fascination was still there, full force. Each little piece of glass, plastic, jet, or bakelite had a story. As I started to picked up these little gems, I knew I was hooked all over again.

I am very pleased to announce that I will be introducing buttons to my store! Some will be new, some vintage, and some will be the fabulous little antique treasures. Keep watching!


  1. Hi, Julie!
    I saw your post on etsy asking for blog help. Here are some basics.
    Have an email address in your profile,
    Have a fun avatar,
    Pictures, Pictures, Pictures
    When you write about your creations, put your emotions into it, like why you chose certain colors, or if you tried a new technique and are proud of yourself, or what went wrong, etc.
    Also, to get traffic on your blog, you need to visit lots of blogs and leave comments.
    I hope you'll visit me in blogland, and if you have any questions, feel free to ask. I'm no expert, but I know where to find answers!

  2. I also suggest you get rid of the word verification. I've been blogging for almost 2 years and never gotten spammed. It slows down commenters and annoys a lot of them.