Here at MODA we are crazy about this little gadget and we can’t wait to share it with you!
The Imaginisce iTOP button maker
is such a wonderful stocking stuffer for you and your friends because the possiblities of what you can make with it are endless!
Not only can you embellish your quilts with beautiful custom buttons, you can also make tons of unique gifts like the one’s we are about to show you.
This beautiful flower pin is the sweetest gift for a dear friend.
Just buy a charm pack or two and you will have plenty for every girl on your Christmas list.
They used the dritz covered button kit but it is so much easier now thanks to the iTOP!
“Cute as a Button” Earrings!
Soo cute, easy & inexpensive.
Visit their blog to print this adorable card for free.
Or download our Christmas version here
Just print it on card stock, add your earrings & you have yourself a Christmas gift.
You can skip steps 1-5 on her tutorial and just whip up your buttons with the iTOP and then just hot glue them to your earring backs.
Too simple, huh?!
Wow ’em with the Wine Bottle…
Isn’t this a great way to spuce up that wine bottle you are taking to your friend’s Christmas party?
How simple… Just make a pretty button (or two or three), cut out a few fabric leaves and a square of fabric/burlap and tie it all together with some raffia around your bottle. Just lovely.
And of course our favorite has got to be embellishing those beautiful quilts!
is such a perfect example of how covered buttons can add that special touch to your quilt.
Their A Tisket A Tasket
block of the month is absolutely darling with its little button embellishments.
Here is a little video to see how easy the iTOP is…
Today we will be giving away an iTOP Button Maker & some Button Daddies!
The winner will be announced tomorrow morning.
1. FOLLOW our Blog “The Cutting Table”…the one you are looking at ; )
2. Leave a COMMENT on the blog as to why you want Santa to bring you this Stocking Stuffer and what you will make with it!
YESTERDAY’S WINNERS ARE…
Lee Ann said…
I’m in need of stocking patterns to make some stockings for my newest pet, Gracie and future ones. The previous ones were made by a sister-in-law.
Mommarock said…I think our sad stockings are those red and white felt ones from the store, and now that I am a quilter, it just won’t do!! I’d have to make some cute ones for my doggies too.
(Winners are selected using a random number generator)
Make sure to email or send us a Facebook message with your mailing address by the 12th day or we will draw a new winner. email: firstname.lastname@example.org