Pure Inspiration!

When I first came upon these gorgeous pieces at Shabby Fufu, I was in awe. What a creative use of vintage buttons! And the fact that they are all in shades of white made them all the more appealing to me. I have a vast collection of never used vintage white buttons and love to have them displayed in platters and jars around my home. But to incorporate them into a mosaic was just too ingenious for words.











These pieces are just a sampling of the exciting things at ShabbyFufu. Janet has a way of finding the newest, freshest products on the market to offer to her customers on her fabulous site. Many of the items she offers, are born of her own creativity. I admire her ability to discover or invent new, fresh product ideas in an otherwise stagnant market fraught with replication. ShabbyFufu is an original, and I cannot wait to see what she has in store for all of us with the upcoming Holiday season!

8 comments

Shabbyfufu said...

How lovely Trisha, I appreciate the post. Your white blog is every bit as classy as your MY2ROSES Blog! XO~ Janet

Tutti Chic said...

TRISHA!!! IS THIS YOU??!! OMG!! What a beautiful BLOG!! I am not paying enought attention~I'm so sorry I haven't posted sooner!! NICE JOB my friend!!xoxo tutts

GeorgiaPeachez said...

Hi Trisha, I came to your blog by way of Shabby fufu which I just adore! Your blog is looking gorgeous, thanks so much for sharing. I am new to blogging this year too and it is just the most inspiring event to have happened to me in a long time! xo, suzy

Michele said...

Trisha, Your white blog is beautiful! This is my favorite color or non color. Thanks so much for sharing.
Hug &xxx,
Michele

Vicki Palmer (Pink Pearl Girl) said...

Trisha,
I love your vintage white blog! I love vintage whites too! Please visit my blog and check out the post I did in your honor!
Vicki

Vicki Palmer (Pink Pearl Girl) said...

Trish,
Glad you liked the post I did in honor of your love of vintage whites! Pearl buttons are my favorite too. The largest of these buttons are 2" across so they are large. I have collected these from alot of different places over the years! I will keep watching your vintage white blog for more beautiful posts. I am glad they are going to include winter whites in the Victoria magazine that's coming back. That was one of my favorite features.
Vicki

Trisha said...

I know Vicki! As thrilled as I am about Victoria coming back (and I assure you I am ecstatic!)I cannot wait for the winter white section! I am sure if you listen closely, you will hear screaming coming from my direction!
xoxo
Trisha

Pearl Maple said...

You have such a charming blog here full of all kinds of inspiration in every shade of white. Thanks for sharing all the beautiful richness of this color.