January 2014 Hot Button Winner

Congrats to our
January 2014 Hot Button of the Month Winner!

January's Hot Button of the Month Contest Winner is... Juliana Halvorson from Graphmaster Media & Design in Roswell, NM. Juliana created this "Bulldog Strong" button to give away to help show support for the students, victims and everyone involved after a devastating school shooting.

"Demand (for the button) is huge," said Juliana. "I am giving them away, no funds are raised. The Roswell, New Mexico community is pretty tight. We want to show how strong our community is - wearing the buttons is a show of solidarity in our endeavors," Juliana explained.

As the Hot Button of the Month winner, Juliana received a $100 Badge-A-Minit gift certificate.
Congratulations to all of our January 2014 Hot Button Winners! If you've made a special button or have an interesting way to use your buttons, enter our February Hot Button Contest. You could win a coupon for 10% off your next purchase at Badge-A-Minit.com. And if you're chosen as the February Hot Button of the Month winner, you'll get a $100 Gift Certificate!
Best of the Best Badges
Lisa Adams from West Hills Christian School in Portland, OR, submitted six different buttons, which are all part of the Best of the Best (BoB) Recognition Program at the school. The school created a button representing each type of enrichment classes. Each month, each teacher selects a student in each class as student of the month and presents a button. Students are excited about the program and try hard to collect all six different buttons (the science button is shown). "The buttons help us reward those students that deserve it and encourage those that are needing a behavior change," Lisa said. "I see the program continuing for years to come!"
Trombone Humor
Emma B Hanisko from Just Bee Designs in Cambridge, WI, made these Trombone Humor pin as a Christmas gift for each of the trombone players in the band. "I had requests from other band members to make pins with their instruments, too," Emma said.
New England Cold
Arnold Bentley from Buttons and Labels and More in Laconia, NH, made us laugh with this button entry - we could all relate! Arnold made the button just to express an opinion. "It always puts a smile on the face of anyone that reads it," Arnold said.