MY NAME IS - Name Badge Holder (PDF & SVG)
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This pattern is for a name badge holder. It is fast and easy to make. Most say it takes them 15-20 minutes. This holder enables you to personalize your name tag and stand out.
It was designed to be worn horizontally on a shorter lanyard and meant to be worn closer to your neck. This makes your name more visible when you are sitting down at an industrial machine or table or on a zoom call. There are two holes at the top so that when the cord goes through both, the badge lays flat and doesn't flip over.
Two sizes are included:
> Regular finishes 4.4" wide x 4" tall
> X-Large finishes 6" wide x 4.75" tall
LEVEL/SKILL: Very easy for any level. Skills include being able to cut into grooves and cut small holes. Or if using a cutting machine, you must know how to operate it along with its' software.
Fabric: Use a non-woven such as vinyl, cork or leather
Qty: scrap that is 6.5" x 10"
Lanyard: use ribbon, cording or a pre-made lanyard
Qty: Approximately 1 yard
Optional Edge Finish:
use a non-bleed felt marker or leather paint.
>a utility knife may help cut into the grooves
>1/4" hole punch or shape cutter (or cut hole with small scissor)
If using a cutting machine such as a Cricut Maker, it is recommended to use a "precision" blade so it cuts the narrow grooves and holes properly. (Utility blades that slide to turn do not cut shapes smaller than 3/4" particularly well.)
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