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Learn how to make your own laminated pins & badges
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Keterangan Gambar : pins & badges
Learn how to make your own laminated pins & badges.
The short do-it-yourself version.
The longer step-by-step version.
Step 1 - Choose and prepare your image (message or text)
We're assuming you are capable of doing this without our help. If you can't think of a single image or idea for making a button, then go here.
Step 2 - Laminate your image - instructions for hot (thermal) laminating Buy your own double sheets (also called "pouches") of thermal laminating plastic from an office supply store (like Staples) or a copy center (like Kinko's--now FedExKinko's). These sheets/pouches come in various thicknesses. I like to use 5 mil or 10 mil thick laminating plastic -- otherwise the little pins and badges are not strong or durable enough for my tastes. Your own preferences about this may vary, so try out various thicknesses before committing yourself to buying a box of pouches.
If you don't have easy access to a laminating machine to melt and press your laminating sheets, then you will need to find a local outlet (such as Kinko's) who will do this for you (for a fee or the laminating may be included in the price of the laminating pouch).
Here I am running a sheet of badges through my own laminating machine. Notice how the "milky" laminating plastic is a lot clearer after it has gone through the laminating machine and been fused together by heat.
If you find yourself making a lot of these laminated pins and badges, you may want to get your own laminating machine. They come in various shapes, sizes, and prices. Don't rush into this. Do your homework before buying.
Step 3 - Cut out your laminated image
Here I am using my cutting board, again. This time I am trimming and cutting the laminated sheets into columns (or rows) and then cutting each column (or row) into individual badges. You will find that cutting through laminated plastic is harder than cutting through paper, but the clear plastic also makes it easier to line up your cuts. You could also cut the individual badges out by hand using scissors. Scissor-cut lines are usually less than perfectly straight...but you may actually like how that looks.
Step 4 - Punch hole(s) in the laminated image
I use a small handheld mechanical paper punch to put holes in the laminating plastic. If I use one hole, the laminated badge will "dangle" from the safety pin. If I use two holes, and put the safety pin through both holes, then the pin is snuggly fastened to the clothes. Paper punches come in different sizes and make holes from 1/8-inch, to 3/16-inch to 1/4-inch. The 1/4-inch punch is the most common and easy to find, but I like to use a 3/16-inch punch for badges because the hole is smaller and doesn't require as much clear plastic above the image (i.e., gives me more choice and room). I like to use the smallest size hole punch--1/8-inch--to make the two holes for a pin. These smaller holes hold the safety pin more tightly insuring the pin won't slip sideways. The 1/8-inch hole punch, however, is the hardest size to find in retail stores.
Hand hole punchers - three different hole sizes.
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