Fabric Buttons

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Using a Professional Button Maker for Fabric Buttons April 20, 2009

Filed under: Fabric & Accessories — EricaButtons @ 1:36 pm
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Today, you find yourself here because you are interested in making fabric covered buttons. Many of you that call in already know there is a demand for inexpensive novelty gifts like fabric covered buttons with a personalized monogram. The most common inexpensive button maker used is the Dritz Button Kit. You can find these at Wal-Mart. The problems you can find with this type of button maker are speed, quality and limited to buttons. You will learn how the professional button makers solve all these problems.


First, I want you to believe that "Time is Money". If you don’t value your time, then you might be losing money in your business. It takes 5-7 seconds to make a button with one our button machines. The Dritz button maker can take up to a minute per button. Even if you were only making 10 buttons, that’s 1 minute compared to 10 minutes. This means that you can complete more orders in less time. Customers will love that you can produce their buttons fast.


Your customer expects a quality product. I am not saying that the other method does not create a nice button. I have seen many buttons online that are very cute. I just keep thinking about how much that quality product cost. Remember when I said "Time is Money"? Did that quality product take more time to make it perfect?


Finally, you can make more than fabric covered buttons with your professional button maker. Depending on what size you chose, you can make key chains, pony tail holders, bull dog clips, fridge magnets and mirrors. All of these novelty items look adorable with fabric.


Your custom, personalized novelty items will be cherished by your customers. You can finally feel good that it didn’t take you forever to complete the order. If you have any questions, please let me know.

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