Now, the question you may be asking yourself after watching those two videos is, what do I do if I want to make a whole bunch of buttons? Do I have to use the adjustable circle cutter to cut out each graphic individually?
And the answer, of course, would be no. To be more specific, the answer is the high volume die cutting press that we offer at American Button Machines.
Today we are starting a new series here at the The Button Blog that will feature the many button making how-to videos we have created in the past. In our effort to be outlandishly creative, we are going out on a huge limb to title this series featuring videos…the ABM Video Series.
In the video below, you will see the short, sweet, and easy process for taking a set of button supplies and making a wonderful little 1 inch button.
This tutorial walks you through the layer capabilities of the Build-a-Button Online Design Center, as well as the color picker function that allows you to create a custom color from any pixel on the screen.
To see all of our Build-a-Button tutorials, click here.
Many of you who use the Button Blog Discussion Forum have asked if there is a way to insert pictures into your posts and comments. The answer is yes there is, and now we have a quick and easy tutorial video to show you exactly how to do it:
What each video does is show you the step-by-step process for creating a machine-ready graphic. However, what the videos don’t show you is how to maximize the space of your paper by turning one graphic into an efficiently spaced page full of as many individual graphics as will fit.