£ 0.90 – £ 1.49
Cute Zebra Button Badge. A great badge for any zebra lover, or to show awareness for Ehlers Danlos. With 4 designs to choose from, get your favourite, or add the full set to your collection.
This design is printed on high quality paper, cut and pressed into the button badge components with a piece of protective mylar to cover the design. Perfect for jazzing up jackets, bags and backpacks, pencil cases, caps, cushions and other home furnishings. A button badge is a little piece of happiness that you can take with you anywhere.
Available in 25mm, 38mm or 58mm.
HOW TO ORDER
1. Select your badge size.
2. Choose your design.
All of our badges are lovingly handmade to order so when you buy from Catching Dreams Crafts you know that your order has been made especially for you. We hope you love your purchase just as much as we loved creating it for you. We’re happy to take custom orders so please don’t hesitate to contact us if there’s something you would really love to have on your badge. Large orders are also accepted.
The badges have a pin fastening and aren’t suitable for young children. We do have safety backs that can be added on request for 38mm/58mm sizes.
As these items are handmade, they may vary slightly from the picture.
Any glare on the badges is just from the photo and will not be on the finished badge.
This design can be made as a fridge magnet, keyring or mirror. Please message us to discuss this.
The designs are licensed to Digital Gems. ©Catching Dreams Crafts 2019. All rights reserved
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