Amuse the Muse – Buttons – Tari of ClayButtons.com

I love fall! Cooler temperatures, beautiful colors and comfort food. Knitting, crocheting and other textile and jewelry arts. Start thinking holiday gifts.
Rebecca left you with my favorite musing BUTTONS!
Let me show you some of my favorite buttons that I make.
These are my Freeform Picasso-esque buttons. I love to make these. I take a piece of clay flatten it out and draw my design onto the clay with a blunt pencil. No molds, no restrictions just drawing whatever I feel like.
Seriously, who doesn’t like Tie Dye? I can say lived through the 60s but I was a small child. 
I LOVE these buttons. They take a long time to create but are worth it!
I created these designs when I was Vintaj’s Art Bead Partner. I love bright colors!
“Life is way too short not to use every color available”-Tari Sasser
I’ve been saying this for years.
Here are the links you left for the great Button Adventure!
Nice earthy colors from BH Claysmith
Deep Burnt Umber colors from Vika.
Be sure to add the link to your favorite buttons in the comments!!
And now for the BeadBlogger Links. See you on next Monday!
Art Bead Scene 

Take a peek at some of Tari Sasser of Clay Buttons’ beautiful handmade buttons. 
Another Scarf? 

Watch episode 6 of the Crafty Princess Diaries Podcast. 
Embracing Hope 

Cherie paints pictures centered on the theme of hope.
Tari makes Handmade Ceramic Buttons…Fun, Funky&Functional!
Uniquely different, every piece of art is an original.
Visit Tari’s website ClayButtons.com, browse more than 20 Collections of Buttons.
Remember every button can be a Pendant or Jewelry Component!

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5 Comment

  1. Ann Schroeder
    October 13, 2014 at 9:30 pm

    I love all the buttons you featured. I especially love your colorful buttons. Bright colors are so happy! Here are some Lisa Peters buttons I bought recently that I am in love with: https://www.etsy.com/transaction/231319660?

  2. Kathy Lindemer
    October 14, 2014 at 10:43 am

    I love your colorful ladies!

  3. Tina
    October 14, 2014 at 11:25 am

    We love all your buttons specially the colourful buttons:-)
    Great work.

    Maria & Peter & Tina

  4. Carol Briody
    October 14, 2014 at 10:49 pm

    Woah! I love those tye-dye buttons! I was 'a small child' of that era, too! Excellent button post! Thank you!

  5. Becky Pancake
    October 14, 2014 at 11:31 pm

    Hi Tari, your tie dye buttons are way cool.

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