5 tiny sheep buttons.
Size: In inches: Approximately 0.6 inches.
In centimetres: Approximately 1.5cm.
Handmade and painted, fully washable buttons.
Use our handmade buttons to replace plastic buttons or adorn a handmade item.
Decorate a pocket, handbag, hat, sleeve, coat, apron, snood, beanie, shoes, make-up bag, cushion covers…the possibilities are endless.
Flat backed and acid-free – perfect for use in paper-crafts: greeting cards, gift tags, scrapbooking.
A card of Incomparable Buttons makes a unique and whimsical gift.
‘Why settle for plastic?’
Please note: all of our items are handmade and some slight variation in colour and size may occur.
Our buttons are fully washable – we do recommend turning the garment inside-out before machine washing.
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Expected Dispatch Date
ButtonMad has indicated that the item should be dispatched on Thursday 11th Aug 2022 if you order now.
Please note this is an estimate only. Delivery times can average 2-3 working days as advised by the Royal Mail, however delays can happen from time to time with fluctuating mail volumes and transport disruptions.