September 2012 Hot Button Winners

Congrats to our
September 2012 Hot Button of the Month Winner!

September's Hot Button of the Month Contest Winner is…Jared Davis from Elkhorn, CT.. Jared's "My Little Faces" buttons were created for area anime and My Little Pony themed meetings. They sold out of the designs they brought to a recent local meet-up - selling 250 buttons at the event. "We have already turned a net-profit on our investment in the 1¼" Bench Press System and couldn't be happier with the purchase and the product!" Jared said.

As the Hot Button of the Month winner, Jared received a $100 Badge-A-Minit gift certificate.
Congratulations to our September 2012 Hot Button Winners! Election season and the holidays are coming up, bringing many button-making opportunities! If you've made a special button or have an interesting way to use your buttons, enter our October Hot Button Contest. You could win a coupon for 10% off your next purchase at And if you're chosen as the October Hot Button of the Month, you'll receive a $100 Gift Certificate!
I Am Benjamin's Buddy
Phyllis Olmstead from Olmstead Publishing in Apopka, FL, designed this button for her CF Great Strides team to wear during work and in town prior to and during the event that raises money for Cystic Fibrosis. "I made t-shirts last year for the event, but buttons are more versatile," said Phyllis. "The buttons are worn on uniforms and aprons to promote awareness of the event and the disease."
2012 Marching Dukes
Dennis Wagner from Bradner Creations in Alliance, OH, submitted the 2012 version of the button designed yearly to promote The Marching Dukes of Marlington high school marching band. "In recent years, participation in the band dwindled somewhat, so we're making a concerted effort to promote participation in new and fun ways," said Dennis. Buttons are a part of the effort, which seems to be working. Numbers of band members are up - and the Band Boosters even had to authorize the purchase of more uniforms for this marching season. Go Dukes!
No L
Gwynn Pearman from Knoxville, TN, submitted this button that's perfect for the upcoming holiday season. Gwynn is a teacher and she makes this fun button for her students to wear. "When people first see it, they have no idea what it means," she said. "Then when they analyze it, and say the letter L, they always burst out singing "No-el, No-el." It's a lot of fun for everyone!"