It’s here! It’s here! It’s finally here!!
Last week we told you about our latest project, a digital graphic marketplace dedicated specifically for button makers.
Have you ever wanted to use images you found on the internet to make a button? You can experience all kinds of problems with fuzzy images, sizing issues and lets not forget those pesky copyright issues. Yep as I’m sure you know, just because an imaget is on the internet does not give you license to use it.
Well we have a solution, The ABM Design Marketplace. Now these are not all our images, nope we are teaming up with talented artists across the globe to bring you themed collages for your button making pleasure.
We are happy to announce the site is now live! The feedback we got last week was tremendous. We couldn’t wait any longer so we loaded lots of images to get you started right away. We are uploading new graphics as they come in so be sure and check back often. Click on over to www.abmdesignmarketplace.com and check out the images!
Attention All Artists: If you or someone you know is interested in selling downloadable collage sheets through the ABM Design Marketplace, we have a few open spots left. Not only will people be wearing your art, but each artist will also receive commission on each sheet sold. If you want your work to be considered, contact us by email Sales(at)AmericanButtonMachines(dot)com.
For those unfamiliar with the concept, this cool product provides you with an assortment of professionally designed art perfectly sized for our four most popular button sizes – 1”, 1.25” 1.5” & 2.25”.
How It Works: Each digital collage sheet has its own theme. For example, we have several graphic sheets focused on sports like football, baseball, soccer, volleyball and basketball along with, awareness ribbons, cute animals and teacher recognition awards. All perfectly sized for your button maker. By the time we’re done, there will be something for everyone.
At our digital collage sheet store, what we call the ABM Design Marketplace, you’ll choose the designs you want and the size of your buttons. After paying for the art, you’ll download it and print it on a color printer. Using the reliable adjustable rotary circle cutter, precise punch cutter or the lightweight Dynamo handheld punch cutter, cut out the circular artwork. Make a button like you normal would using our easy-to-use machines. Complete instructions and demonstrations here. It really is as simple as that!
By Brighid Brown, Director of Blogging and All Things Cool at ABM