Buttons and Birdcages is Moving!

Hey Everyone!

I have some exciting (and a little sad) news..

Buttonsandbirdcages.wordpress.com

is officially moving to a self hosted site:

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What does this mean for my wordpress.com followers?

It means I won’t be showing up in your reader anymore 😦

BUT there are ways we can keep in touch…

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Thank you all for an amazing 6 months of blogging here on wordpress.com. I still have access to my reader so I will be able to keep up with all your new posts! I hope we will all still be able to keep in touch 🙂

Have an amazing weekend!

Miche

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DIY: Vintage Button iphone Case

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After not being able to find an iPhone case I really liked I decided to make my own. I have a ton of vintage buttons (for some reason I can’t walk past a jar without buying them), so I decided to experiment with putting them on a phone case.

Materials Needed:
Phone case
Buttons
Gorilla Glue

Start out with any plain phone case with a smooth surface

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First add buttons around the camera hole (this will help with placement later)

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As you continue adding buttons, you’ll probably notice that you have small holes where the buttons don’t quite fit together correctly…

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This is actually a perfect place for those buttons that don’t lay flat. Find one that fits in the hole..

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Add glue all around the edges and drop it into the hole

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Continue to add and layer buttons until your case is fully covered..

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It gets a little more difficult as you get to the end to find buttons that fit properly, but don’t be afraid to stack them, they will stick up a little, but it’s not as distracting as you might expect it to be. Your finished product should look something like this:

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This awesome project really doesn’t take a lot of time (just patience), and if you can do it, you’ll have a one of a kind phone case!

If you don’t feel like making your own, I have them on sale in my Etsy shop here