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August 10, 2010

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Janet

Stanley Shoehorn??? Who was the ad genius who though up that one? Ha!
The cowboy (& girl) buttons are the best. And I do like the look of the modern crusader button.
Thanks for sharing -- I do enjoy Collection Tuesday!
Janet

Aimee

I have a "brought one" button as well - I don't if I read it somewhere, or if I imagined it, but I thought that "brought one" was given to those who brought a guest to Sunday school. But that doesn't make any sense with the "I got one" button - and what if you brought more than one guest to Sunday school? So I don't know either!

Linda @ A La Carte

Love your button collection. I also think the brought one was for Sunday School. The I got one not so sure. Love the age buttons, too cute. I have some from my high school days. Gosh they are over 40 yrs old now. Yikes I'm old!

barbara

You sure have a lot of those for something you don't collect - but I know, they do kind of come along with other things sometimes. I found a little Kennedy pin the other day while sorting through buttons and stuck it on my shirt for safekeeping. Needless to say I forgot all about it and wore it everywhere that day. (And yet no one said a thing.)

Janis

Hi Laurie,
What a nice collection of buttons!
I really like the tin tab fold
ones and the cute birthday pins!
This was a fun collection to see.
The "Brought One" and "Got One"
buttons are really interesting.
Have a great night.
Hugs,
Janis

Debra Ganas

Love the button collection. I would love to know and see if you have a safety pin "art" collection. I have a few angels and some candle holders.I have seen baskets too. They are gaudy but I like them.

Debra

Gail

Laurie,
You have more collections than anyone I know! Thanks for the visit to my blog and your comment about the house in Astoria......isn't it just awesome?!
I know if I lived closer to you we'd be good friends!

mich in mich

i love the vintage cowboy pins!!

miss ethel, you're the best!

Elizabeth

These wonderful little pins remind of the the Red Cross buttons given in school, but for the life of me I can't remember why! Your craft room holds endless wonderment, and I for one am so grateful that you share it with us! Elizabeth

Wendy

Those are neat! I was actually in the IBEW when I worked for Verizon!

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