Buy your button maker and button making supplies from the button experts.Whether you’re looking to add to your maker space, need an activity for volunteers, or just want to DIY, a button maker kit is the perfect choice. Every button machine and all of our parts are made in the USA with American-made steel.
How To Use a Button Maker
Watch this video to learn how to use your button pin maker! In just 4 steps, you'll have your own DIY button.Buy a Button Maker >
Studio One set up a button making station at the event they hosted after the Los Angeles Women’s March.
Our Music My Body’s button making table.
Make Your Next Event a Hit with a Button Making Station
Looking for an affordable and fun activity for your next event? Create a button making station! Inviting guests to create their own buttons is an easy, fun, and affordable way to engage attendees at any event or trade show. Plus, having your guests design their button means they’ll go home with a memorable and wearable souvenir.
Need some inspiration? See how other businesses have used a button machine and button making supplies to take their events to the next level:
Studio Number One
Studio Number One (SNO), the design and creative agency created by Shepard Fairey, partnered with Busy Beaver to create a button making station for the event they hosted immediately following the 2019 LA Women’s March. Attendees of SNO’s post-march event were invited to create their own protest buttons using button making supplies; they could create a custom design or use artwork designed by SNO. The buttons allowed guest to continue the protest long after the march.
Our Music My Body
Our Music My Body (OMMB), a not-for-profit that works to end sexual harassment in the music scene, creates button making stations at major concerts across the country. What started as a way to keep people engaged at their booth has become one of the main ways OMMB spreads their message.
Concertgoers are asked to make a button with their own anti-sexual harassment message and post it on the button swap board. After they create their own button, they are then welcome to take a button that someone else has made.
“We know that these are tough conversations to have sometimes,” says Matt Walsh of OMMB. “So we want to create a space that is fun and exciting first and foremost so we can then talk about our mission.”Order a button maker kit >
Updating Your Maker Space: 3 Reasons to Buy a Button Maker
1. They’re Affordable
Unlike other pricey maker space staples, purchasing a button making machine is one of the most budget friendly ways to expand your school or library's maker space.
- Button Making Machine - $245
- 3D Printer - $399 - 3,975
- Laser Cutter - $1,000 - $8,000
With just a couple hundred dollars you'll create a fun and interactive experience for both kids and adults.
2. They’re Easy to Use
You're super busy! Maker spaces have so much fun machinery, but you may not always have time to teach users how to use complicated tools. That's why a button making machine is so great! They're simple to use and don’t take much instruction.
3. They’re Fun
Who doesn’t love a button? Members will have hours of fun creating their own buttons.Ready to upgrade your maker space? Order Now >