I put an old coin next to these two charms so you could see the size they are.
(look Gina, I remembered how to bead around the edge of the heart!!!!
I have not done that in 27 years!)
The tiny frame came empty so, I went through my little collection
of mixed media papers and found a Madonna stamp that
had come off of a Christmas envelope.
These antique buttons were a gift to me…<3, thank you!
(you know who you are!)
What is so cool about them is that they were not made to be perfect
and when you look at the button from a side view you can clearly see
that. I love that they were made in Japan. How cool is that?
I used the button with beads at the top of the Tea Cozy.
A little beaded velvet heart
The front side.
You can see both charms beaded and attached to the Tea Cozy in this photo.
(sorry about the glare on the little frame! It was really hard to photograph because of the plastic cover.)
The back side of the Tea Cozy.
This is the smallest Tea Cozy I have made but, it still fits comfortably
over a nice size mug or tea cup and saucer.
I am sure my daughter Taj, will appreciate it.
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