Make button Christmas tree ornaments for the holidays; use children's photos, rapping paper or recycle old greeting cards with lace around the edge for an ornament to remind you of the year you made it.
Button ornaments are also perfect to sell at craft fairs, flea markets or even church bazaars as a side business or to earn extra income.
Accent gifts with buttons by using the pin-back or adhesive-back buttons as gift tags. Hand write your special greeting on colored paper, or make it from the same wrapping paper as the gift.
Make your own personalized button greeting cards by using your Cut-A-Circle to cut an opening in the card front, and then affix the button on the inside back of the card so it shows through the opening.
Purse mirrors, key chains, and magnets make terrific stocking stuffers for everyone on your list!
Make refrigerator magnet buttons to celebrate the holiday season. You and/or your kids will enjoy this fun project, adding decorations of rosettes, glitter or bright ribbons.
Add a button to a picture frame you're giving as a gift. This adds a personal touch to your gift and shows extra thought was given to that special person.
During holiday parties, make button name tags for room mothers. Then as a fun activity, allow the class to make their own buttons with markers, colored pencils, crayons, stickers, glitter or anything else they can find.
Raise funds for any charity or organization this holiday season by selling buttons, magnets or even key chains as inexpensive stocking stuffer gifts.
Make button Christmas tree ornaments for the holidays - use children's photos, wrapping paper, or recycle old greeting cards as artwork and decorate with ribbon loops to slip on the tree.
If you like to make crafts as a hobby, make various types of button ornaments and sell them as a side business to earn extra income for the holidays, sell them at art fairs, flea markets or church bazaars!
Accent gifts with buttons by making pin-back or adhesive-back buttons into gift tags: simply write your greeting on colored paper or make it from the same wrapping paper as your gift.