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My Image Button Maker

Hey Neighbors!

I recently received the My Image Button Maker for review!  You might remember that we previously did a review of their MYFBM Bracelet Maker.  Anyway, my daughter had fun working with this one.  It is so easy to use!  It comes with everything you need to create several buttons or magnets.


Above is the actual My Image Button Maker.  This is not only where you store all your supplies, but you also make your buttons right here!  There are two drawers in  the front to hold your button fronts and backs, along with the pins and magnets.  The circle in the top is where you cut out your images.  You just slide it in there until the image is the way you like it, and then push the yellow lever on the side to cut our your image.  We chose to make a couple of buttons first with pre-made designs.  My daughter picked out some of her favorites.




After you have the image cut out, you need to get the front and back pieces of the button and decide if you want a pin or a magnet.  If you choose a pin you must place the pin in the back of the button before continuing.  If you wish to make a magnet, you will add the magnet after putting your button together.  We chose to do a couple of pins first.





Next you lay the front of the button in one of the little circles on the My Image Button Maker.  Place your image in the front of the button, face down.  Now attach the back by gently pressing into place.




Look how nice our button looks!  This really is easy to make buttons.


For a magnet, you just place the front of the button in one of the circles on your My Image Button Maker.  After you cut out your image of course!  Place your image in face down and then put the back on.  When you are done, place one of the magnets on the back by removing the paper and sticking on the back of the button.  All done!




So simple!  Below are a couple more we made.



You are also able to create your own with photos you have taken.  You can use the My Image Photo Sizer, or there is an App you can download.   Unfortunately we are on the road, so I do not have a printer to use.  Perhaps I can add a couple pictures of those later.

My Image Button maker is from our friends at, MYFBM, My Friendship Bracelet Maker.  They have several other creative kits for your children to choose from.  Be sure to stop by their website and take a look around. Also connect with them through their Social Media to find out more about them and to keep informed about new products!

One neighbors will receive a My Image Button Maker.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

andrea v said…
Outdoor sidewalk paint
Angie Bailey said…
I'd really love to make some flowers myself more personalized to the individual to put on graves next Memorial Day.
Nancy said…
I'll be scrapbooking and making cards.

Nancy
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Unknown said…
No rel craft ideas for the summer except for trip to California (Disneyland) and swimming in the pool, got plenty of chalk for chalk art and bubble for fun..
Miranda said…
paper bag puppet
Nknouse22 said…
Indoor crafts and swimming
rubynreba said…
We are going to use some old greeting cards to make collage pictures.
pbclark(at)netins(dot)net
Coolestmommy said…
The big plan is to make homemade play dough and have some good old-fashioned play dough days.
cman said…
I bookmark things and let the kids pick what they want to do from time to time. Next is plastic canvas designs.
Shelley P said…
I have some photo books I will be making and some sewing projects to complete.
michedt said…
I hadn't really thought about it. Perhaps some fun sand art.
Michelle Tucker
Teresa Thompson said…
We will be making crafts to put in care packages we are sending to my son. He is in Afghanistan.
Unknown said…
I am not nearly as crafty as I'd like to be... don't have anything planned along those lines. Sure would like something fun like this to do with my girls!

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