The Hutton Button


Post Note: I'm keeping this giveaway open until Monday morning April 24,11. After you leave a comment, email me at maizehuttonatgmaildotcom with your address so I can send it to you!

These are little wooden buttons that I made from Montana Cottonwood branches.  {No live trees were hurt during this project}  They're going to be little surprises with my new hand printed stationery line.  



Leave a comment if you'd like a little wooden button to arrive on your doorstep.  
Have a happy day!
Maize

39 comments:

Stacy said...

please don't send me one, as I've received more than my fair share of your goodies. But, I did want to say that I find these to be BRILLIANT. :) You never cease to amaze me with your fresh ideas.

Mae said...

Of curse I would!!!! That would be lovely!

Kelley said...

I would love one!!!! So pretty and simple!

Veganrocks said...

Where DO you get all your creative ideas? These are so cute!

graypeape said...

those are super sweet, i'd love one!!! :)

Becky@Beyond The Picket Fence said...

Love them! Thanks for the link to the hula hoop rug, my daughter made a small one the other night and is hooked! Ready for spring? Argh, pouring here right now (which is better than snow I guess!).

Tassie said...

What a cute idea.... I would LOVE to have a button arrive on my doorstep!!

jacque4u2c said...

So adorable and what a great little treat to be added to your orders! TOO CUTE!

Liz said...

Darling idea! I hope spring isn't too far off for you up there; we are mighty tired of waiting for it in Idaho. Happy Easter!
Liz

Shayne said...

Delurking to say yes, please. These are lovely.

Esther Sunday said...

Looking forward to the launch of the stationary that you had told me about!! Cute projects from childhood - so crafty and talented is that Maize!

Aisyah Helga said...

That would be great! I love all kinds of buttons! Thanks!

Iris Rankin said...

These are so cute! I bet everyone will be pleased to get them with their stationary :)

Lslater said...

These are adorable! I love getting little goodies in the mail :-)

Lslater said...

These are too adorable! :-)

hsunamisweets said...

Hi! I stumbled across your post via craftgawker, and I love your blog!

jello said...

I would love a cute little button...those are genius & a great way to spread a bit of foresty fun!

Marilyn a.k.a. Merry said...

What a fabulous idea! Yes please.

Go There said...

These are so cute! I would love to have one...a million crafty ideas are swirling in my head now. I gots plans for those buttons ;)

shweeey said...

I really heart these!! So vintage-y cute!! :)

indiasroses said...

Just wonderful! send one my way please :D

Sarita said...

These are absolutely adorable! I would love one, thank you.

Wouldn't they look amazing on a child's sweater?

pia marie said...

These are precious! I'd love one!

wellbread said...

What an adorable idea! Thank you for sharing!

Alexis said...

How cute are those!!! Did you make them??

Kantor Baru said...

thats amazing, frend, we like that...

Owlie said...

what great buttons! i have been asking my bf to make buttons like this for my felted cowls that i make (example: http://www.etsy.com/listing/63458265/nuno-felted-neck-warmer-in-blue-and-grey)... i would l love to win one made from montana cottonwood, which we don't have around here!!!

maggie said...

These are soooooooo cool I'd love one !

maggie said...

these are so cute, i always love natural products! i'd love one!

Sarah said...

how cute! I would love a button! : )

Jessica said...

I've never left a comment on here but these buttons are too cute not to!

Rae said...

First trip to your blog. I could see this button on a knit cowl! Beautiful!

Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B said...

Simply adorable simple! Brilliant! Yes, please, may I have one?

Kaytee said...

Me! me! I do!
katelyn.j.stephens at gmail dot com

Mari Carini said...

Saw you on craftgawker...your blog is wonderful, as are your ideas! Would love a button!

Thanks!

Rachel said...

I would love one! =D

kim said...

I know I'm too late for a button, they are so cute btw, but I was wondering what kind of a saw you used to cut the slices? I have a girl scouts project to do and need to cut a bunch of slices...thanks!

Maize Hutton said...

Hey Kim,

I actually have some left if you'd like one. Just email me your addy.

Used a chop saw. Be careful!

:)

ashleycandice said...

Absolutely adorrrable !!

much love!