For a machine only to make buttons, you can hire a badge/button maker machine for $25.00 a day.
Five sizes of button maker machines are available for hire :
1) 1" or 25mm
2) 1-1/4" or 32mm
3) 1-1/2 or 38mm
4) 2-1/4" or 57mm
5) 3" or 77mm
Great for school and/or club's fundraising activities.
Please click here to send an email for more information. Button/Badge machine makers to be rented are for pick-up only and returned in its original condition. Penalty applies if machine not returned on agreed date. Thank you.
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March 01, 2019 at 01:58AM Badge-Making Machine for Hire
This is a very rare event when I go on sale on Badge Makers but it is happening now. On sale are badgemakers for size 32mm (1-1/4") buttons and both styles comes with free regular pinback buttons.
What a great way to start making buttons with the handpress and/or the bench press machines.
(1)This Badge-A-Minit (USA) handpress button kit comes with (1) 1x - Hand Press (2) 1x - Adapter (3) 1x - 1-1/4" Assembly Ring Set (4) 1x - 1-1/4" Cut-A-Circle and (5) 250x - 1-1/4" Pin-back button sets and sells for $99.95 now. Click on the image below or click here to check it out.
(2) This Badge-A-Minit (USA) benchpress button kit includes (1) 1x - Bench Press (2) 1x - 1-1/4" Assembly Ring set (3) 1x - 1-1/4" Manual Cut-a-Circle and (4) 250x - 1-1/4" Pin-back Button Sets and now on sale for $169.95. Click on the image below or click here to check it out.
They are great for school activities, fund-raisers, business promotions, birthdays and anniversaries or just to greet someone or make someone's day with a button.
Make someone smile with a button! And what is good about it is that you can make any button you like anywhere you are. Could be in the comfort of your own home, in the backyard, everywhere !
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March 01, 2019 at 01:49AM Badge-Making Tools & Parts & Accssories
On sale are Badge-A-Minit (US) blank pinback buttons size 57mm. Each button kit includes a metal front, a metal pinback with a no-snag jeweller's pin and safety clasp and a clear plastic cover.
You can purchase them in quantities of 50x which sells for $37.50. click on the image above or click here to purchase.
Also available on sale are the regular pinback buttons, blank standard pinback buttons size 25mm.
To purchase this size of button which sells for $37.50 for a quantity of 100, please click on the image above or click here to make a purchase.
Inspire someone with a button! Make someone smile with a button! There are endless possibilities with these blank regular pinback buttons..
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March 01, 2019 at 01:47AM Badge-Making Buttons & Accessories
Do not want to waste or throw away old t-shirts especially when I love the prints on the t-shirt so decided to spend time sewing and recycling into a market shopping bag. And the prints actually fits well with the type of bags I made. Fabrics are cotton and they really look cool. I filled both bags with some items from my pantry so it would really look like a grocery shopping bag when I take a picture.
My contribution to saving the planet.
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March 01, 2019 at 01:33AM the things i make
Are you into needlecrafting? Making great applique designs? Embroidery? Then our pack of six Dunroven House tea towels is for you and better, it is on sale for $24.50. That is $4.08 per tea towel only which normally normally retails for $7.50 per towel. Dunroven House tea towels are great for embroidery, appliqued designs and sewing. They are made of 100% cotton and has a twill tape in a corner for ease of hanging. Or you can use them literally as your tea towels. They are washable and dryable.
Pack of 6 comes in 3 mini check colors : Blue, Red and Green. Click on the image above or click here to check it out.
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February 27, 2019 at 01:23AM Cross-stitching & Needlework
Once in a while I would reconnect an external drive I have to my computer which contains all the digital pictures I have collected over the years and browse on some of the files. And the picture below is one of the lucky files today. A picture of a snowglobe I created 8 years ago. And the snowglobe has a permenent spot in my cabinet.
After the high school reunion I attended in Feb 2010, I went to Los Angeles, California in September of the same year and spent a weekend reuniting with 2 other high school classmates who did not make it to the high school reunion. It was a real blast and so much fun that the days just went by so quickly. One Saturday I needed some green foams for a flower arrangement and so I went to a 2-dollar shop but ended up buying an empty snowglobe instead. Went home to find the picture taken in a park in LA. I was thinking it would look very well in a snowglobe and indeed it does. Just look at my snowglobe. A 2-dollar snowglobe treasure of me and my high school classmates in an LA park.
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February 20, 2019 at 01:07PM the things i make
This is my poor old mexican jar stationed in one of the corners near my kitchen area. I use the jar to hang or decorate the big tassles which I made about 11 years ago when I found some unused strings/ropes lying around in my kitchen cupboard. Don't know why I had them so I decided to make use of them. Made the tassles and until now still at a loss as to where to use them as I don't have curtains in the house. So for now it will have to be the old mexican jar that will have to be decorated with all the large tassles.
A facebook store for Sponsoring Dresses for Disadvantaged Children
I have opened a facebook store for my Dress a Girl Australia charity work for the Dress Sponsorship Program. The proceeds from the Dress Sponsorship helps pay for the cost of distributing dresses to places in need. Click on the link below to check it out and sponsor a dress today.
To know more about Dress A Girl Australia, click here. Thank you.
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February 16, 2019 at 04:07PM
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