So continuing on through Button Town--we're now in a more upscale neighborhood, and this home deserved to be on a 24 x 16 canvas--
This neighborhood has tape measures that line the sidewalks--
And I found this ornamental tree there--
Look at this--It's a triptych!
So why are alot of us attracted to buttons--old and new? Everytime I see them at a flea market or garage sale, I grab them. I have so many buttons--I think that if I laid them end to end, they'd end up in California. Okay, I may be exagerating a bit, since I live in Pennsylvania. But you know what I mean--I have alot of buttons. I don't even use them that much either. I think it's because I'm fascinated with their history. Were they ever used before? Did they come off of someones clothes? And if they did, whose clothes were they on, and who would take the time to remove all of those buttons? How old are they--where did they come from? Oh, if only buttons could talk!
P.S. For those of you who didn't see it, you can still sign up for my giveaway. I'll be picking the winner on May 26. You can sign up here to win her--