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As the nights draw in and the temperature dips, pre-Christmas evenings make the perfect time to keep cosy and get crafting. Not only can you make beautiful creations for yourself, why not turn your talents to making some stunning handmade Christmas presents for your nearest and dearest.
Children just love wearing badges and what better motivational encouragement than to make up some brightly coloured ‘Merit’ badges, ‘Best pupil of the day’ or ‘Best team player’ badges to inspire young ones to try even harder in the classroom, on the sports field or even at home!
Splashes of brightly coloured orange and yellow daffodils dancing around our roadsides are always uplifting as it gives a very definite visual sign that spring has arrived.
It really can take just five minutes to make £15 by making up badges, keyrings, magnets or medals and selling them at fetes and fayres. Our hand badge presses are so easy to use (children love them) and designing your own makes the finished result feel really personal.
With October half term looming already, it’s always worth having a few indoorsy type activities up your sleeve just in case the weather is gloomy and uninviting.
We’ve been busy recently making up some superb badges for the very outstanding breast cancer awareness charity CoppaFeel.
We all know button badges are just fab. Those of us of a certain age may fondly remember the badged icons from yesteryear – for example, the much loved (at the time) square-jawed Green Cross Code man
Father’s Day is just around the corner – June 21st to be precise. If you are looking for that extra special present for your unique Dad, then look no further. Why not design him a bespoke badge, keyring, bottle opener, mirror or medal? A perfectly practical yet personal present.