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weekly wrap up

weekly wrap up + fabric buttons + under $100

by Grace Bonney

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we’ve got all sorts of exciting content coming up next week- including the first ever weekly biz ladies column and some beautiful new sneak peeks with a focus on portland, oregon. i’ll also be bringing the under $100 column back to d*s, where every week i’ll round up great affordable products with a theme. under $100 has bounced from house & garden to domino and now i thought it was time to bring it back home. so i’m going to start taking requests for topics- what affordable design areas would you like covered? pets? outdoor design? tabletop? kitchen wear? just leave a comment below and i promise i’ll get to them all this year.

also, i have a question for you guys if you have a second- i’m looking to make fabric buttons for a wedding project and wondered if anyone’s done this? i’d like to make the kind that has a pin in the back- like a rock pin you’d put on your shirt- but made of out of fabric. has anyone made them? can you use something like a badge-a-minute machine if you have thin fabric? i love the liberty fabric buttons above at made by them at etsy, and wanted to make them slightly larger. any ideas?

that’s all for this week- i’ll see you monday! have a wonderful weekend- below is a summary of this week’s highlights.

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