So, if you’ve got the Metal Craft Punch that you purchased last year with the Christmas Ornament Kit or the Flashing Button Kit and you’re wondering how else to make use of it well we have a few more ideas for you.
Monthly Archives: April 2014
250 Free Reward Points From ABM
Hey Button Makers! I have exciting news to report about our new website. Did you know you can now post a product review directly to the website? To get you started, everyone can earn 250 free ABM Reward Points until the end of the month!
10 Things to Make with Fabric Buttons
Fabric covered buttons are a fun alternative to paper buttons and can be especially eye-catching.
There are lots of choices when it comes to fabric buttons; today we share 10 ideas with you:
• Embroidered pocket mirrors
• Purse hangers (using a flat back button)
• Embellished shoe charms and flip-flops
• Spruce up ID badges for nurses or teachers by adding a badge reel
Industry Standard Size Buttons vs. BAM vs. Foreign Made… what’s the diff?
You have questions and we have answers. One of the most commonly asked questions we get revolves around the different types of button machines and supplies & whether or not they are interchangeable. Basically, you’ll find three kinds of button machines: Industry standard, proprietary and those made outside the USA.
Industry standard button supplies fit 99.9% of all standard-sized button machines. These parts are designed to be used with American made button machines and probably will not fit a foreign made machine and most definitely will not fit a Badge a Minit machine. What does this mean to you if you have an industry standard machine? Well, it means you can purchase supplies from any company that sells industry standard sizes. American Button Machines stocks the widest variety of industry standard button supplies & accessories and we are constantly on the search for new, innovative products.
Free Button Machine!!!
Hey Button Makers! The big day is finally here so please congratulate fellow button maker Bill Manning – the winner of our first ever Free Button Machine give-away.
How to Change the Cutting Blade on an Adjustable Circle Cutter
Hey Button Makers. We occasionally have callers who ask how to change the blade on their Adjustable Circle Cutter. It’s actually very simple, but we’ve put together this step-by-step tutorial to guide you through the process. You will need a small, flat-head screwdriver and a pair of needle nosed pliers. If you organize anything like me, the screwdriver is in the drawer to the left of the fridge and the pliers are in the garage. We’ll wait while you look for them….