Unique Buttony Treasures
Buttons have been both essential tools and collectible, revered possessions for centuries. So many of us remember being allowed to root through our grandmothers' button tins, and the special memories we attach to those little round jewels of treasure.
When I was a teenager I discovered the world of making miniatures for doll's houses from polymer clay, and it quickly became my particularly favourite material. Buttons hold a special place in my own heart, so two years ago I decided to combine polymer clay with my love of buttons to create special, one-off works of miniature, useful art. Each button is made by hand from polymer clay and then hand illustrated - no transfers or stencils are used, so every one is unique.
My buttons have travelled to new homes all over the globe, been featured in magazines, enhanced lovingly hand knitted items, lapels and even button wedding bouquets!
Imagine being able to wear your own personal work of art on a button wherever you go! I love seeing the wonderful garments and sewing projects my buttons adorn, and I've recently expanded into creating button jewellery and accessories too.
Thank you for calling in! If you would like to talk to me about a commission, do get in touch. You can read more about my adventures in creativity - and learn just who Miss Beatrix is - at teawithmissbeatrix.com
I'm Anna, maker of buttons! I spend my days surrounded by crafting and art materials, teapots and notebooks full of ideas. Nice to meet you!
All of my buttons are individually handmade from clay and hand painted, before being finished with a coat of varnish, lovingly wrapped and posted off to you for use on clothing, and in all sorts of crafts, from scrapbooking to quilting, sewing projects to jewellery.
Custom designs are available - please just ask.
Accepted payment methods
- Other Method
I am happy to post worldwide, though please be aware that the customer is responsible for any customs charges. UK orders are sent via Royal Mail, standard first class.
Refunds and Exchanges
Additional policies and FAQs
Buttons and washing:
I have put my buttons through a number of 'test spins' in the washing machine, and all survived with no damage. If you are going to use your button(s) on clothing I would advise that you a) turn the item of clothing inside out, and b) wash it inside a net or pillowcase. This should prevent the buttons from becoming knocked and chipped, as well as protecting their colours. If you are unsure you may wish to hand wash your item.
As with all small items, please exercise caution where buttons and children are concerned.