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  • Press — I Heart Buttons
    have blogged so thought I would offer some advice on choosing your button bouquet maker First off if there is a photo of their work on their page do ask them to clarify they made it Too many companies are using photographs of other peoples work and passing it off as their own This has happened to me on more than a couple of occasions Secondly do not buy button bouquets that are made using oasis or a bouquet holder Stacks of buttons jewellery brooches are heavy The oasis cannot take the weight of the buttons even if glued in This is a big no no in my honest opinion Ask the maker what they use before you go ahead and order Photos ask for photos of progress this lets you have a say in how it is being made and a chance for the maker to make any changes as they go rather than get to the finished bouquet and then you want to change it Price we all have to start somewhere when starting a business but if the price seems too good to be true then it probably is The quality of buttons material may not be up to your expectation We can all make bouquets look good in photos by using certain angles so make sure you satisfy yourself with the quality of work Pictures of the underneath handle All reputable bouquet makers are extremely good at their work and probably perfectionists who finish off their bouquets beautifully They will show off their handy work on the underneath of their bouquets If you haven t seen the stems or underneath of their bouquets perhaps ask yourself why Buttonholes Buttonholes are fiddly to make Make sure when you order yours that you see photos of previous buttonholes
    http://www.iheartbuttons.co.uk/press/?offset=1348938968000 (2016-04-30)


  • Sewing World Magazine June 2012 — I Heart Buttons
    2012 September 29 2012 Lesa Simons Press My brit chic bouquet September 29 2012 Lesa Simons Press Lesa Simons Craft Seller Magazine March 2012 Love My Dress Blog Get news and updates Email Address Sign Up Thank you Back to Top Accessories Bouquets Buttonholes FAQ Subscribe Terms Conditions 14a cross street Ryde Isle of Wight PO33 2ad United Kingdom enquiry iheartbuttons co uk I Heart Buttons Ltd 2011 2016 Unauthorised
    http://www.iheartbuttons.co.uk/press/press/sewing-world-magazine-june-2012 (2016-04-30)

  • Love My Dress Blog — I Heart Buttons
    MAKE DO MEND INSPIRED WEDDING My Button Bride Ellie with a Shabby Chic style bouquet with mint accents Click here to see more September 29 2012 Lesa Simons Press Tagged Featured Lesa Simons Sewing World Magazine June 2012 Advice on Choosing your Button Bouquet Maker Get news and updates Email Address Sign Up Thank you Back to Top Accessories Bouquets Buttonholes FAQ Subscribe Terms Conditions 14a cross street Ryde Isle
    http://www.iheartbuttons.co.uk/press/press/love-my-dress-blog (2016-04-30)


  • Advice on Choosing your Button Bouquet Maker — I Heart Buttons
    work and passing it off as their own This has happened to me on more than a couple of occasions Secondly do not buy button bouquets that are made using oasis or a bouquet holder Stacks of buttons jewellery brooches are heavy The oasis cannot take the weight of the buttons even if glued in This is a big no no in my honest opinion Ask the maker what they use before you go ahead and order Photos ask for photos of progress this lets you have a say in how it is being made and a chance for the maker to make any changes as they go rather than get to the finished bouquet and then you want to change it Price we all have to start somewhere when starting a business but if the price seems too good to be true then it probably is The quality of buttons material may not be up to your expectation We can all make bouquets look good in photos by using certain angles so make sure you satisfy yourself with the quality of work Pictures of the underneath handle All reputable bouquet makers are extremely good at their work and probably perfectionists who finish off their bouquets beautifully They will show off their handy work on the underneath of their bouquets If you haven t seen the stems or underneath of their bouquets perhaps ask yourself why Buttonholes Buttonholes are fiddly to make Make sure when you order yours that you see photos of previous buttonholes made I have seen some which have been wrapped in ribbon but are all over the place and look a right mess all bent and not finished off nicely The ribbon should be wrapped neatly and evenly around the stems this also applies to your
    http://www.iheartbuttons.co.uk/press/blog/advice-on-choosing-your-button-bouquet-maker (2016-04-30)


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