I mentioned in the first post about the Feast Upon the Words business cards that we’ll be giving 1-inch buttons as a reward after the kids have read for 30 days. I had lots of requests for files to print so I thought I’d share Part 2 of this project 🙂
To reemphasize the yearly scripture and to make sure the sharp pin tips are tucked in, I decided to make an easy button card to attach to each button. Obviously, this is an extra! If you’d like to keep all the buttons in a bucket for the children choose from that would work really well too.
I used my stash of washi tape to add a little color, but the tape also acts to camouflage the inevitable bending and creasing the takes place when you attach the button. It keeps the card stock looking good.
If you want to make these cards for your buttons, I have any easy black and white printable below. The cards themselves are 2×3 inches and I printed them on white card stock. The PDF is formatted to the top left, so you’ll trim half an inch off the right side and 2 inches off the bottom. Then I used a paper rounding tool on the top and punched three holes. The bottom two are to attach the button and the top center one is just for looks, but you could use it to hang the buttons on a bulletin board or foam core board. It might be a nice way to display all the options for the children to see at once.
Let me know if you have any questions!