Art Project Inspiration
When buying art, I say, buy what you like. Sure, art can be a great investment, but unless you're flush with cash and can afford to spend a cool $60 million on an Andy Warhol piece, sometimes buying what you can afford, is best. I like buying artwork that has character, or history. That's why I purchased this piece from another estate sale. I loved them. Now, I didn't buy the above piece because I didn't feel it was worth $120. It was basically something I could do myself with some thrift store broaches or unwanted costume jewelry and I may just decide to tackle a similar project in the future. For now, it'll go in the "to do" file.
ButtonsDiscovery Shop, I knew I couldn't walk away from it. They were just dying to become part of an art project, or become eyes for a stuffed animal, or new buttons for a sweater jacket. I still don't know what I'm going to do with all of them, but I figured the glass container alone was worth the $3 I spent on it. Besides, you'll be supporting the fight against cancer and everyone can feel good about that.