Monday, 1 March 2010
This sweet little button bracelet was made and donated by Amy.
It is made from vintage buttons, simply linked with stirling silver jump rings, and a silver clasp.
This is very pretty and dainty. The largest button is a little over 1 inch/1.5cm, and the smallest are less than half an inch/1 cm across.
The bracelet is adjustable
from approximately 7.5 inches/19cm (though could be made smaller by clasping between buttons) to a maximum of about 8.5 inches/21.5cm.
And, if you really want to bid on this but need it a little larger Amy could add another ring to extend this maximum length.
Amy has only recently started making things - and she's done a number of projects with buttons, using them for sewing and these bracelets.
and who doesn't love buttons!!?!?
This is a great way to use them, I hope some of you out there will be tempted....
The auction begins at 9 am on Monday 1st March and will end at 9pm on Sunday 7th March, New York time. The highest bidder at that time will win.
Bids start at just $12 please.
Postage would be: UK - free (1st class); Europe - $1.80 airmail; Worldwide outside Europe - $2.50 airmail.
Airmail worldwide from the UK should take about 5-7 days.
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Posted by Made 4 Aid at 09:02