DIY Craft Tutorials

How To Make Your Very Own Button Art Picture Print

Buttons can be used for much more than clothing!  Learn how to create your very own button art picture for your home, your office or even to make as a gift!

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Crafting with buttons is so easy and a lot of fun for both kids and adults, and you can choose any design you like – you just change the stencil

I made these button heart pictures for my best friends baby shower.  I wanted some simple pink art work that would be small enough to rest on a vintage wooden ladder 💗🌸  I’m thinking of making some more for Mother’s Day too.

If you would like to create your very own button art you can follow these 7 easy step by step instructions:

Materials:

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  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Stencil
  • Patterned paper
  • Glue
  • Frame
  • Selection of buttons

FREE Template:

Instructions:

1. Choose patterned paper

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2. Measure frame against patterned paper

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3. Cut out patterned paper to insert inside frame

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4. Cut out heart stencil

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5. Fix stencil into place over frame

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6. Glue selection of buttons inside stencil

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7. Remove stencil

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The button heart looks picture perfect ready for a pretty pink baby shower.

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Image: Teacups and Glitter
Image: Teacups and Glitter

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