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Button Gift Wrap




This button-stamped gift wrap is fun to make. Affix button to a cork with double-sided tape. Place plain paper on a piece of felt or a folded piece of fabric (this cushions the paper so the mark will be even). Top with a pretty button tied on with baker's twine.

Martha Stewart Kids, Volume 20 2005



Reviews (7)

  • almamagda 8 Dec, 2010

    common sense doesn't tell all..
    I tried this and the paint was gloppy and only one out of five stamps was "buttony".
    Did they use an ink pad for this?

  • VirginiaRL 13 Nov, 2010

    Common sense tells all......

  • shaver1340 15 Jan, 2009

    The directions for this are sorely lacking... "afix button to a cork" ... Why? How? What then? Any particular kind of paint? I am assuming this is for making prints ... but it would be much more helpful to me if a few more details were included!

  • qboyonline 21 Nov, 2008

    I love this idea, In the colors of your tree it can become very personal=)

  • trumpetvinefarms 7 Dec, 2007

    affix button to cork so you can hold onto the button, put wrapping paper(plain paper)over felt or a folded piece of fabric so the mark will be even, because unlike regular stamps, buttons aren't flat. I may be wrong but that is how I interpreted the directions

  • Grandypink 6 Dec, 2007

    Affix button to cork, then what? Is this meant to be a kind of rubber stamp craft? More detail please.

  • noga 6 Nov, 2007

    I need more illustration on this wonderfull , untraditional idea.
    Thank you