Button Maker

Call it a badge, sticker, button, or whatever you'd like. Create yours below. Pick some colors, enter some text, and you'll get a button you can download for your site.

Like the button maker? Donate to a local children's charity or Child Welfare League of America in memory of Bill Zeller, who helped create it.

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Left box:

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The button maker is provided by Adam Kalsey. To use the button you create on your site, just right click the image and choose "Save image as..." or a similarly-named option from your browser. Check with your blogging provider for information on how to upload the image to your site after you save it.

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Like the Button Maker's font? It's the excellent (and free) Silkscreen from Jason Kottke.

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