Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Badges for baseball {imaginisce}

This week at Imaginisce we are using the i-top to show off a variety of projects you can make with one tool. It's badges and buttons day, and I made these badges for my son's fans. LOL — OK, just his family that cheers him on at each game, but we feel like his raving fans.

All I needed to make these was the i-top, the extra large badges from Imaginisce, the extra large punch tool and pictures of my son edited to 1.5" circles. I did that in Photoshop. I should add too that I printed these out on regular letter paper because the photo paper was too thick and didn't fit onto the badge very well (it wasn't smooth coverage over the top of the badge and it creased a bit at the edges).

Once I punched them out, I put the top of the badge into the i-top and squeezed, like you can see below. I squeezed again for the bottom and it was finished! Such a fast and fun project.

Since I was handing these out as gifts at a game, I mounted them easily to some paper cards. 

Make sure to stop by the Imaginisce blog this week for even more ideas on what to make with your i-top tool!


Diana Waite said...

this is SO clever--LOVE it!

Jenny Evans said...

Very it!

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

This is a really cool project, Diana!