Step 1: Materials
-Card paper (I used business cards)
Step 2: Template
There's a word document with the templates on them, they should work for all windows ms office word 95 and up. I used the smaller of the two sizes. You can also change the size to your own preference.
Step 3: Building Thickness
-Cut these trackings out and glue them together.
-While the cuttings dried I placed them under some text books to ensure proper contact of the layers. -Note that I also glue sticked the template on the top layer. We will later use that image to aline the other two parts of the badge.
-Once the layers have tried you'll notice that they may not be perfectly flush with each other. Take your scissors and using one of the blades scrape the sides of the badge until they become flush. It doesn't take too much effort or force.
Step 4: Adding the Detail
Step 5: Foiling
-Glue stick the opposite side of the foil that you want.
-Glently place the face of the badge against the glued side of the foil.
-Flip it over and with a cuetip gently rub the foil onto the badge.
-Cut the access foil around the badge leaving enough to fold over the endges.
-Apply glue to the sides and back of the padge and gently fold the foil over the edges of the badge.
Step 6: Fasten and Done
I did this in about 30 min. Have fun and I hope this was helpful.