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A couple weeks ago, I came across some Pokemon Gym badges for sale and thought they looked cool. I wanted to make them myself, but wasn't sure how. ...
What you need: Wood or Acrylic for your badges (I originally planned to do clear acrylic, but then I remembered I was going to glue something to the back so decided against ...
When I first set out to make these, it was really hard and it took a bit for me to realize that these badges are mostly made out ...
So you are ready to cut :) You need to cover your board with tape to prevent burn marks. I believe I used hairline for the cutting and ...
Before assembling, I used my Polycrylic and put 2 coats on the front, one on the back, and one along the edge. Make sure the badges have had ...
I think they turned out awesome! I plan on giving them to my younger brother, though, because he is a bigger fan of Pokemon. Hope he likes them!
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