I've been on this huge planner and pocket letter craze. I was watching a youtube video about pocket letters and the gal was putting flair buttons into one of the pockets. I've seen the epoxy circles at my local craft stores but never really knew what they were for. Now I know......
Making flair buttons is super easy, cheap and fun! I've been enjoying using up my scrap paper and making swag for my pocket letters. I went one step further on my flair buttons and added adhesive backing.
What you need:
Closer look at the epoxy circles. I purchased mine at Hobby Lobby but you can find them at most craft stores and online.
Start off by punching 1 inch circles from scrapbook paper. I punch so I can see the pattern. :)
Also, punch circles from double sided adhesive paper. If you don't want to purchase double sided adhesive paper you can simply glue your flair buttons to pretty much anything.
Lay epoxy circle sticky side up. Carefully place punched scrapbook circle pattern side down. The adhesive from he epoxy circle will stick to the paper. You have one shot at this. No pressure....
Once the scrapbook paper is adhered to the epoxy circle peel off the white side of your double sided adhesive circle.
Carefully place the sticky side of the adhesive paper onto the flair button. Do not peel off the yellow back until you are ready to use.
I love making these!! They add a little flair and personality. I use them in my planner, pocket letters, swap boxes and small gifts for friends. Bonus.... you use up scraps of paper.
Have you made these before? What do you use in your pocket letters or planners? How do you personalize them?