There has been some discussion lately about organizing and storing flair buttons (badges) so I thought I’d share how I’ve decided to store mine.
This is my flair button (badge) binder:
The binder is actually a stamp storage folder for clear or cling rubber stamps and it’s made by Crafter’s Companion. Here is a product photo in case you are interested in getting one. (They come in a pack of two for $9.95. You can store flair buttons (badges) on the left side AND the right side when you open the folder.
All I do is use a removable glue dot (any brand), place it on the back of the flair button (badge) and stick it to the inside of the folder. For the flair badges that do NOT have a flat back, I use two or three removable glue dots and ball them up so they are taller and then place them on the back of the flair button (badge). It works perfectly! It would be nice if there were removable foam dots though!!!
Here is what the folder looks like with buttons (badges) adhered to one side. (this was before I filled mine up! I’m now on my second folder!)
You can click on the images to view them full size. To purchase the supplies to make this flair button (badge) storage product, please use the links below:
- Crafter’s Companion Stamp n Store Folders
To purchase flair buttons (badges), here is my FAVORITE store to get them from – A Flair for Badges
I’ll also be posting a video showing you how to make your own “flair buttons (badges)” using your favorite scrapbooking paper, digital images or stamps, a 1″ circle punch and some bubble caps. Or you can use the Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Tool. Watch for that post in the next week!
Here is a short video I made recently showing my flair button (badge) storage on camera 🙂
Thanks for stopping by today, I hope this flair button storage idea helps you with your own flair storage!