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Do you have a pinbadge from a boring conference or one which you found in the street?
Have you discover and old forgotten badge in your room?

This instructable tells you how to paint your old, boring or simply ugly badges into a new ones.

(English is not my mother tongue so I have probably made some mistakes. Sorry and please, let me know if I did that)

Step 1: Materials

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It's very simply. You only need:

- The pinbagde
- Cheap or ugly nail polish (You can use other too )
- Acrylics, water and paintbrush
- Transparent nail polish

(You don't need a good quality nail polish because you're not going to use it on your nails, so I prefer to use a cheap nail polish and don't spend my money )

 
These are called badges in the UK, and I think you did a fabulous job with the instructable and the language! Thanks very much for putting forth such effort! ☺
tigi788404 years ago
Awesome results, if it were me doing it, though it wouldn't come out so great, hahah you are a great painter
Morrighan (author)  tigi788404 years ago
thank you so much! XD
Smalfrii4 years ago
These are great!
What is your native language? you speak English fairly well. The only misakes were a few that would have been difficult for others and a few common spelling mistakes.
Great idea, you are very talented.
Morrighan (author)  Smalfrii4 years ago
Thanks a lot! My native language is spanish ^.^
happyjo4 years ago
I love it! You are an artist!
Morrighan (author)  happyjo4 years ago
thanks! ^ ^
You are so welcome!
happyjo4 years ago
I LOOOOOOVE SUSHI!
Aztalr5 years ago
Hello! I just found this and I wanted to say it's fantastic! I have a whole bunch of these buttons from various conventions and I was wondering how to reuse them. You gave me the answer! And since you asked... I'd like to point out that the phrase "Take documentary and draw scketches..." is confusing (also sketches is spelled wrong). I'm sorry if it's offensive to correct something like this, I mean no harm! It's just a little hard to understand since it sounds (looks) like you mean that one should write down (document) all the steps they had just taken. It may be better phrased "Do research and draw sketches" which would mean to look around for what you want to draw and, of course, sketch it out for practice. I can't wait for a rainy day when I'm feeling creative. I bet people would love them as presents rather than just throwing them away!
Morrighan (author)  Aztalr5 years ago
Thanks! Sorry for the mistake, i'm going to correct it. I didn' know the way to said that and I thoguht "sketches" was correct. Thanks once again. I hope you'll enjoy your new buttons ;)
awesome!
but I would call these pins, or buttons, rather than badges.

I love the sushi! very nice!
Morrighan (author)  domestic_engineer5 years ago
Well, some people told me that badge is the correct name. I think is ambiguous too, but pins in spanish are other thing.... and I did not really know how to call it!!

ChrysN5 years ago
Nicely done,  your buttons look great! I wish I could draw like you.

PS:  in the title of step 3 desing should be  design.  I think the word appears in a few other places too.
Morrighan (author)  ChrysN5 years ago
ouch! type fail.... XD

blaver5 years ago
wow! this looks great!
kcls5 years ago
This is a great idea! You are a very good painter!
grannyjones5 years ago
I love when people get out of their comfort zone to do things in another language.  It makes a fascinating instructable.  Good job!
Morrighan (author)  grannyjones5 years ago
Thanks!! ^.^
kissiltur5 years ago
nice simple idea - good work.

I used to make badges from epoxy putty and safety pins. I might have to make that an instructable too.
Yes please! I'm always looking for ways to obtain/make more badges.