Dress Up a T-Shirt
Use buttons and or different fabric material than the cotton on the t-shirt to make making floral shapes and stitch them on the t-shirt. Also add different colors to create contrast, try to choose bright colors.
These flowers bloom above one knee of this Blue pants attract your eye cause the non-isometric composition; reflect the distinct character of the girl.
The ribbon on one shoulder parallel with the shoulder sewing, also the ribbon on the other side of the jacket is compatible with the ribbon decorated on the raffia bag and randomly scattered roses on the shoulder. All these simple touches give you the sense of Spring Festival.
Embellish a Headband
Garnish an ordinary headband with unused buttons you have, using the glue– this is a complete change.
A playground classic, denim is super sturdy, super comfy, and super cute with the addition of colorful flowers. Create a carefree look by choosing laces and buttons or flowers of different sizes. Glue and stitch a patterned ribbon all the way around one leg, about 2 inches up from the hem, for added interest. The length of the jeans doesn’t matter — the look is great on any style.
A simple red ribbon at the neck line of the dress plus melded color buttons and there is it — a new joyful dress.
One-of-a Kind Flower Girls
Just simple touches changes the way you see those dresses — feel roses smell surround you; and the sense of freedom emitted from seeing those soft elegant dresses.
To get this look: we need a floral lace, colored buttons and here is a quite new pant. Just surround the pants legs with the border using a floral lace and trace the buttons in between the lace corner. Sew buttons on in a jaunty arrangement. Adorn both legs, as we did, or just one: Random placement is all the more playful.
Make a Big Hit
You can Show the beauty of the neck opening of this comfortable polo shirt with a personalized touch and don’t forget the bottom corner of the shirt — flourish it with floral shapes and colored buttons. See the different yourself.
Spice Up Your Pockets
So easy to do it — just paste a short piece of remaining ribbon that you had on the pocket and unused buttons– recycling those neglected items, to garnish the pocket.