• I have the missing buttons. :)
  • i have the missing button!
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sixties button cards

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Button cards from the 1960s. There was an envelope postmarked 1965 that some of these were found in, but the man in the charity shop threw it away. Silly man. They're a bit mildewed, but i am thinking of putting them up on the wall anyway. (If i'm allowed.)

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  1. Hippychick01 100 months ago | reply

    Love these! "Glamor Pearl"...brilliant

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  2. notcherrypie 100 months ago | reply

    These are seriously great. What a fab find. I am envious.

  3. notcherrypie 100 months ago | reply

    O! M! F! G! Not toes!!!

  4. alice-palace 100 months ago | reply

    at least they're clean!

  5. ad1dnac 98 months ago | reply

    Alice, this is truely the most beauty thing that I have ever seen, I dream of finds like these- Brighty really is the best place for all things "style"-can't believe that you found all of that in the table, I believe that I have a sellotape tin just like yours!- Candida has just shown me your face book, have avidly avoided using it but...Am not suprised that you are creating beauty things, always thought you would- love Lizzie Weir (used to be Shearman!)

  6. Gigibird 93 months ago | reply

    These cards have got me over excited....especialy now I know you found them in England.... I dream the dream of one day finding similar treasure.

  7. Anne-Miek Bibbe 90 months ago | reply

    Absolutely gorgeous!

  8. lettermangozien 90 months ago | reply

    wow where is this shop, weldone in rescueing them.

  9. alice-palace 90 months ago | reply

    The shop is now closed down, sadly. It was a charity (YMCA) shop in Sussex, England.

    I still haven't found a place for these cards. One day, I'll have an office/ craft studio, and then they'll be on display!

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