Celebrate the Disney Pin Forum 10 year anniversary with a button magnet or pin back! You can also order your custom badge design! 100% made/designed in the USA with American made parts. My button maker and the parts are all manufactured by Dr. Don's Button Makers. All pieces and parts are produced in the USA (according to their website). $5.00 for the first button/magnet. $2.50 for each additional button/magnet. Up to 6 units can ship together. This includes shipping within the USA. Payment by PAYPAL Friends & Family OR Goods & Services (always encouraged and accepted)! The size of these magnets and pins is 2.25 inches. Pin backs will not be available until after August 12, as I am waiting for the supplies to come in. Magnets are available now. PLEASE NOTE: due to the intricate nature of some graphics, not all badges translate well into the 2.25 inch size. For example: your Pin Forum ID name may be very tiny or slightly unreadable and some more complicated drawings lose their definition. I will print the graphic before making the magnet or pin and send you a picture of what it will look like. You can then make a decision as to whether or not you want the magnet or pin back made. Unfortunately, as these are personalized items, returns cannot be accepted. Where does the money go? $1.10 covers the materials $1.00 goes to our artist, who designed the logo and badges. $2.78 - $3.18 is for postage from Ohio (California and some other farther places is 3.18) $00.25 - $00.88 PAYPAL fee (depending on how many units are ordered) Total cost per magnet/button ranges from $5.13 - $5.53 depending on where it is being mailed to. As you can see, it is a break even or at loss endeavor on most magnets/pins. We are hoping that people will want more than one unit, which means the $2.50 units will bring in .40 extra. This will help cover those PAYPAL fees and bubble mailers if I need to buy more. Right now I am trying to re-use bubble envelopes that I already have in my closet. **the pictures do not do these justice. On the actual button, you cannot see all the pixels and lines - the graphic looks completely smooth to the naked eye.