Monday, 3 May 2010

Button Merch

Getting ready for a big shop update!

17 comments:

Fatima said...

These are gorgeous!
I'm sure your fingers must be a bit 'eina' after all that.
Mine tend to be when my mum asks me to help her with the buttons.
The results are so worth it!
:D

I can't wait to head back to SA so I can raid your etsy store :D

britt said...

that's really cool!!!

Carina said...

Absolutely beautiful, Jesse! :-)

They look kinda like fancy fossils.

Kayanna said...

Oh my, those are absolutely gorgeous! I love the range of colors you're using. Can't wait to see them in your shop!

L'Atelier said...

wow! i want - no i NEED some of these!!!!!!!!!

Rosie said...

Goegeous work, yet again. I'm itching to get into some printing, but I have too many things going on at the moment. I was tempted not to go into work today and stay home and play with my screen printing stuff...but, alas, the rational part of my brain said, no.

flowerpress said...

Fabulous!!!!!

Sonya said...

I think the gorgeous vote has it! That was the word that popped into my head. That and GENIUS!

Heloise said...

These are absolutely delightful!

ibb said...

Cool.
So simple and so beautiful. Looks like a big button collection for winter coats, or summer white t-shirts.

else said...

My heart is beating faster looking at this!!!!!
Thanks

Yardwork said...

Gorgeous is right! Would be wonderful for tufted pillows.

sakurasnow said...

These are so beautiful Jesse! They have a wonderful Japanese aesthetic about them... they bring to mind the beautiful mon (or clan/family crests) from ancient Japan. And your colour choices are lovely!

starry said...

WOW! love all those buttons.Just beautiful.how did you make them.

Freshly Found said...

Just love the pics of the process! They are beautiful!

heleen said...

Wow, they are beautiful!

Anairam said...

Beautiful patterns - and buttons! I really should learn to sew. Properly, I mean, so that I can make something where I can use buttons like these. The Graphic Novel thing below looks really interesting ... oh, but now I see it is for proper artists only! Rats. About 10 years ago I decided to start writing my memoirs - in cartoon form. I only managed two strips - jeez, what hard work, especially if you can't draw! But I still want to add to them - one day ...