November 2011 Hot Button Winners

Congrats to our
November 2011 Hot Button of the Month Winner!

November's Hot Button of the Month Contest Winner is…Nicholas Turoski from Spann Elementary School in Summerville, SC.. Nicholas submitted this 3" button that the Spanndroids (Spann Elementary School's Lego Robotic Club) traded with other teams, coaches, refs and principals at the First Lego League competitions.

"We printed our buttons as photographs to capture all the smaller sponsors. We were going for the Nascar lok on our mascot - the Lego'd Panda."

Nicholas noted that by gifting this limited edition button, the Spanndroids were easily recognized and remembered. "The network it helped to create has become invaluable in supporting the success of the students," he said.

As the Hot Button of the Month winner, Nicholas received a $100 Badge-A-Minit gift certificate.
Congratulations to our November 2011 Hot Button Winners! And welcome to the Holiday Season! Buttons can help brighten your holidays - and are perfect for inexpensive gifts! They even fit into a card for easily mailing. Be sure to let us know how you are using buttons this season - enter our January Hot Button contest. You could win a coupon for 10% off your next purchase at And if you're chosen as the January Hot Button of the Month, you'll get a $100 Gift Certificate!
I Love Fishies
As a Graphic Designer and a wannabe Marine Biologist, Robyn Williams from Rewynd Studio's Treasure Shop in Manassas, VA, created this button to promote love and affection for fish of all sorts. Robyn gave out a bunch of the buttons at an Art Convention, where they were a big hit!
Sweet 16
When Brook Park, OH mom Cyndi Brunnet's daughter turned Sweet 16, the party theme was hot pink and black zebra print. "I decided to make a button for her to wear to reflect the theme," Cyndi said. "The button was a hit and everyone loved it." Cyndi noted that her daughter wore the button to school on her birthday - and now all of her friends want buttons, too!
Election Time
Marion Warren from Stony Brook, NY submitted this button/keychain, which the local Girl Scouts designed and used to help promote a local fire commissioner in his re-election campaign as part of their involvement in their community.