An eye button or face button is a creative way to make buttons out of parts of pictures which otherwise would be too big to use.
Swim for swimming buttons!
This pool button is perfect for pinning onto your swimsuit. Just don’t wear pin-back buttons in the pool!
Did you know that 30% of Canadians (polled by Ipsos Reid) say they do not believe in a God?
That means that less people would be offended by a button like this compared to when I was a kid and wore an anti-religion button; though wearing it around religious family probably didn’t help!
If you aren’t religious, do you let others know? If so, would you consider wearing a button as a way of letting others know you’re agnostic or atheist?
Alice in Wonderland was written in 1865, and has been popular ever since.
From books and comic books, to plays and puppet theater, to buttons…
…Alice is one of the most well-known protagonists in Children’s Literature.
Who is your favourite main character in a book? Why not make a button of them? It’s a good way to get people interested in reading, or in reading a different genre. You can make it into a fun project for class or a reading club!
Watch the original movie:
Primitivism is a philosophy which many people think is extreme or not a viable solution. Do you think it’s the answer to global warming?