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15 September 2011

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Marlene Bush

When I inherited my grandmother's treadle sewing machine one of the drawers had buttons in it. I can't bear to even take them out of the drawer! And never take your buttons off the cards - that just makes them more precious I think. blessings, marlene

Leslie Schmidt

I remember my mom's button tin. It was always so much fun to plunge my hand into the bounty and see what I came up with. Every time I go into an antique store, I'm on the look-out for buttons. My favorites are the molded plastic ones in the 30s and 40s colors. My sister and I are both drawn to them.

Stacy Lindblom

I love buttons! I've started my own jar but your collection is fabulous!

Mary

My Mom used a Folgers coffee can...I treasure it!

Cathy B

That old Katydid can brought back memories. In high school, we used to sell Katherine Beich candies as a fundraiser each year. There was always a crazy theme; one year we re-wrote the lyrics to some of the songs from "Grease"...but I digress....

Love all those cool buttons!

Jocelyn

I too love buttons. New or old, I could just play with them all day ;-)

Brenda from Conyers

Oh, my. That brings back so many memories for me. I have some of my grandmother's buttons -- still on the cards -- and I wouldn't dare take them off the cards!

Kelly Ann

Love buttons....jars and jars of buttons...

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