Monday, July 03, 2006

Rings and Things









I suppose it's my personality - it was a weekend of not one but many. Em and I watched not one, but many, many episodes of West Wing (up to season 2), we ate not one piece of chocolate, but many pieces and I made, not one, but many, many rings! Thanks for the blog wishes, you're ace. Oh, and here some photos of my favorite buttons.

14 comments:

Nicole said...

LOVE LOVE LOVIN' the rings. Wanna swap??? Not sure for what, get your peeps to talk to my peeps and we'll work out the details :p

I spent one weekend watching Love My Way, you seen that? Excellent Aussie series. Worth a watch.

weirdbunny said...

LOving those button rings, that button with the girls face is so cool!

Shell said...

Sounds like a great way to spend a weekend to me! And why do things by halves? Those rings look great - such groovy buttons!

weirdbunny said...

Go over to whipup you've been mentioned on their site, dated july 7th button Jewellery, they've said about your brilliant rings.

colleen said...

but, how do you do it? please please please tell me! they're just too cool!

cheryl said...

really really gorgeous stuff!

Snowbear said...

I just saw a button ring on craftlog too! You may be part of a new trend!
:-)

craftychamploo said...

Love that little red/white flapper girl button!!!

~Vicki said...

Ohhh...these are lovely! What wonderful buttons you have there.

gracia said...

Belated blog birthday cheer your way! Hooray for dvds accompanied with chunks of chocolate... a perfect pairing if ever there was.
Hip, hip, hooray for June 27th... grache

Shannon said...

God, very jealous of your button collection and how good are your rings? your abit crafty miss.

marcisenders said...

I love those rings!

Trish said...

I told you your rings were great! I may need more.

Trish said...

I told you your rings were great! I may need a few more!

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