Tuesday, November 8, 2011

another BUTTON GIVEAWAY...

Here's the next giveaway I promised a few days ago. All you need to do to get your name in the hat is to leave a comment. I'd like to know how you will use the buttons if you're the winner, but that's not a requirement for entering. The winner will be randomly picked on Saturday, Nov. 12th.



GOOD LUCK...

24 comments:

Lis said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. I've just bought a long blue cardigan/jacket that needs personalising, these buttons would be fantastic for the job. Thanks for the chance - and please pop over to visit me and enter my 500th post giveaway, good luck.

Sally Kerson said...

I would put a pin on the back of them and make them into brooches, they are beautiful and just the colours I like.

kaiteM said...

lovely, lovely, lovely, but i'm curious about that stitch, the long worm-like one that forms the petals. Does it have a name?
i don't know yet how i would use them if i won, i'd have to hold them in my hands and let them speak to me, but it would probably be something for Mum.

Jane Eborall said...

Those are stunning. I'd wear them on my winter coat as brooches to cheer up the long and dreary months ahead.

Jane S. said...

I'd go the brooch route! They're so pretty I'd want to be able to switch them easily from one garment to another. Thank you for the giveaway. :)

Jeanne Turner McBrayer said...

I would love to win these! Would make a brooch for me and one for my sister.

deanna7trees said...

so many of you are wanting these as brooches that I'll include a couple of pinbacks so you can cut off the button back and just glue on the pinback if you so choose.

Jeannie said...

I think I would knit a shawl in the soft blue and use the buttons as a closure. They are gorgeous, Deanna.

Vicki W said...

Oh gosh, so many possibilities! I think I'd use one as a brooch and maybe create a handbag around the other and use it for the closure.

Cloverleaf Art and Fibre said...

So lovely! One of your buttons could be the perfect closure for one of the felt pocket purses we make. Although I would be tempted just to keep it nearby and enjoy looking at it.

Anonymous said...

Oh, so pretty. I'd make a pin/necklace so they could be used either way. Karen in OR
knitnride at yahoo dot com

Els said...

They are so lovely, hope I have more luck this time ;-)

Susan Hemann said...

The buttons are stunning. I would make a vest with the buttons as the feature. Have a great day!

Susie said...

I have some "neck scarves" crocheted that NEED a pretty button, and the stores in my area carry NOTHING close to as lovely as yours.

henrietta (aka ani aka zani) said...

Hi Denna. This are fabulous. Really like the color combination. How long does it take from first to last stitch to make these? Gosh the definitely would embellish any garment with pride of the maker. Thanks, and cheers - Henrietta

Beacee said...

These are so beautiful. I love the colours you've used. I would attach them to a fine cord or ribbon to make a beautiful necklace.

Nancy said...

Deanna- I have no idea how I'd use these...
But I want to tell you that they are just beautiful. Fine stitching and lovely colors! Really like what you've done here.

Judy Whaites said...

Exquisite buttons, beautiful colours...mmm...where could I put them to show off their beauty? Maybe toggles on a boro coat!

Bonnie said...

They are beautiful!

Chris Daly said...

IT WOULD BE HARD TO PART WITH YOUR BUTTON BUT I HAVE A VERY GOOD FRIEND THAT COLLECTS BUTTONS AND I KNOW SHE WOULD LOVE YOUR BEAUTIFUL CREATION.

cbana said...

So beautiful. I hope the winner enjoys them. I just wanted to leave a comment. - Your Cuz

cbana said...

Just wanted to say they are beautiful buttons - Cheryl

bj said...

If I were to win one of the lovely buttons, I would give it to my good friend, Sandra, who is a wonderful artist. She does the most amazing still life paintings...and I know that one of your buttons would look splendid done in oils for the world to see. beejw@charter.net

Leslie Lacika said...

Boy, I wish I had looked here earlier - maybe I would have won. Your buttons are great. It's amazing how much design you get on a small surface.

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