Blank Pre-Cut Paper Circles for Buttons

Blank pre-cut circles are great for schools, workshops, fine artists, and button making groups who want to make one-of-a-kind hand drawn button art. The cutting is already done for you, so you save a lot of time (and money, if you're not ready to ...
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Pre-Cut Blank Circles. Great for kids parties, schools, and community events. Children draw on the paper and instantly turn their art into buttons.
Pre-Cut Blank Circles. Great for kids parties, schools, and community events. Children draw on the paper and instantly turn their art into buttons. paper circles pre-cut  to match your button maker Blank Pre-Cut Paper Circles for Buttons Blank Pre-Cut Paper Circles for Buttons post consumer waste pre-cut circles

Blank pre-cut circles are great for schools, workshops, fine artists, and button making groups who want to make one-of-a-kind hand drawn button art. The cutting is already done for you, so you save a lot of time (and money, if you're not ready to invest in a graphic punch). All you need are some simple drawing and colouring supplies (markers, pencils, coloured pencils, crayons) or go crazy and decorate your buttons with stickers : ) Sized to match your standard button maker exactly, these make a quick and easy art project for kids that will keep them enthralled for hours. NOTE: Badge-A-Minit buttons are not a standard size, but you can use standard pre-cut circles if you're not too worried about the design being perfectly centered. If you need exact B.A.M. sized circles, give us a call (but bear in mind that these will cost significantly more, as the cutting process is less efficient).

Available in:

Packs of 100, 500, or 1000

Colour choice of white, pastel colours, or bright colours

With or without a printed inner guide (a circle that shows the button artist where the edge of the finished button will be. All important aspects of the design, such as words, should be kept within that circle. The rest of the paper wraps around the back).

Checkout the article on the Button Guy Blog about button making workshops.