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Crafts and DIY

How to Make a Button Bouquet Centre Piece

May 31, 2014

We’re having a little party at our house next week, fingers crossed the weather will be nice as we are hoping to have it in our garden. I love making my own decorations and have lot’s of lovely things I plan to make this week including table decorations pretty cake toppers and bunting. It’s a great chance to use some of the bit’s and bobs in my craft cupboard which I’ve been stashing away.

There’s going to be quite a few craft tutorials coming up on the blog as I’d love to share some of my makes, so you can have a go too. These would also be great ideas if your planning a home-made wedding and want a little inspiration.

So first up is a little button bouquet centre piece for each table. I’ve seen lot’s of gorgeous bridal bouquets made using buttons so I used this idea to create a cute little feature. These are so easy to make and my 8 year old daughter helped out making the button flowers.

You will need:

Lot’s of buttons – I used a mixture of new ones and vintage ones which I picked up at car boot sales.

Floristry wire and pliers

A metal plant pot

Floristry foam cut to fit in your pot

Step One: Cut your wire into 25cm lengths.

Step Two: Choose 2 or 3 buttons and arrange them into a stack.

Step Three: Thread your buttons on your piece of wire.

Step Four: Twist your wire securely and repeat into you have lot’s of button flowers.

Step Five: Place your foam into the pot and begin arranging your flowers inside.

Step Six: Keep going until you’ve filled your pot.

I love how bright and colourful these came out. If you have a colour scheme for your party or wedding why not use buttons to match.

I’ve managed to make two so far. But I’m planning to make 3 or 4. What do you think of this little make? Will you be giving this a try?

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    May 3, 2023 at 10:19 pm

    I love you button art-lt real pretty!!!

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