*One of the things I love about this particular set is the fact that there are tiny barnacles on the piece of driftwood in the upper right.*
My husband is the woodworker around here and I like to joke that these driftwood buttons are the extent of my woodworking skills. :) Though I joke, I'm pretty darn excited about these! (It all started when our son found a piece of driftwood that looked like it was absolutely meant to be a toggle button. I set it aside to turn into one, and that sparked the idea.) I made these toggle buttons with driftwood I gathered along the Oregon Coast. I love them! And I think they are such a fun and whimsical addition to projects. I like looking at each unique piece of driftwood- the different colors, markings, and textures- and feeling the smooth wood in my hands. I wonder where the wood came from, where it's been, and what it's story is. These driftwood toggles have been bleached by the sun, infused with salt water, and tumbled by the sea.
I love their natural beauty, and hope you will too!
Measurements: In this fun, eclectic mix, each one varies, ranging from a little under 1.5 inches wide to a little under 2 inches wide.
P.S. Pictured with grey yarn, these toggles would pair nicely with many different colors!
P.P.S. I so enjoy walking along the beach with my family, and when you purchase these buttons you give me a great excuse to go more often, so thank you!
Beautiful antler + lots of sanding + polishing on the buffing wheel + a whole lotta love = some gorgeous buttons for your special projects.
~Care Instructions~ Care for these buttons as you would wool: hand wash garment in cool water and lay flat to dry. If the wood should dry out from washing, a little walnut oil (or other natural oil) on a soft cloth works well to moisturize them. Oiling them will keep your buttons beautiful and protect them from drying out.
*Those are the care instructions for our regular wood buttons- the driftwood buttons should hold up great to washing, since they've been in the sea and all, but soap could potentially dry them out, so keep that in mind when washing and perhaps minimize soaking time.*
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