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Boo Buttons from Circus Berry

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Hello everyone. I'm Anne from Circus Berry.

I am a perpetual crafter, decorator, and inventor of reasons to have celebrations everyday. I live outside of Buffalo, NY with my husband, two kids, and dog. My professional career began as a Speech-Language Pathologist, but I have had a flair for DIY, decor, crafts, entertainment, food, and drink for as long as I can remember. After a few unfortunate layoffs in the past couple of years I took lemons and made lemonade, taking my other passions to the next level and starting my own party-styling and design business. The Circus Berry blog is my natural extension of that business, where I share inspiration for food, drink, party, DIY, home style, photography, and all around fun. Stop over to see the crazy, the creative, and the spark-tacular!

I am so excited to be a part of the 31 Days of Halloween here. Today I am sharing these cute Halloween buttons that the little ones can wear when they aren't sporting their costumes.


You will need 2 1/4 inch plastic buttons/pins and cupcake liners to start. The rest depends on how you want to deck out your pins. I used some glitter paper punched to 2 inches, washi tape, letter stickers, and a marker (to fill in some of the dots on my liner).


First, take the button apart. Put the punched circle in the front side of the button, facing out/down.


Then put your liner on the paper...

Next, line up the back of your Halloween buttons and push down gently until it clicks...
When you flip it over it should look like this:
Then just flip the liner inside out.
Once they are on, don't forget to make the scariest Halloween face ever!
Happy Halloween everyone! Thanks for having me! *Anne
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Create these fun and unique Halloween buttons for your little ones to wear when they aren't wearing their costumes.