These rough wood buttons can be used to decorate anything from cushions to a handmade purse.
Find a dry and barkless branch, one or two inches in diameter, and cut thin slices (3 or 4 millemeters thick)
using a thin saw blade such as a backsaw. Put the branch on a miter box, it is more practical.
Then, using a gimlet, drill 2-millimeter holes into the buttons . Slightly sanded, they will keep their rough look.
Finally, you just have to sew them with a natural thread.
You can also sew your wood buttons onto a piece of pretty cardboard to make an ecological and original gift...