Why Buttons?

Come join us in the wonderful World of Buttons! We browse through incredible hand-picked books, magazines & print materials to find images to press into one-of-a-kind buttons. You’re welcome to draw and design your own, making all the pieces you want. It’s a buffet but instead of food, it’s all-you-can-button! Button parties and Button Bars are interactive, entertaining and help engage everyone to get in touch with their artistic side. Everything is provided including the scissors, circle cutters, markers/writing materials, paper, print materials & you’re even welcome to bring anything in print to press into a button including custom logos, personal photos & special books.

You can put them on jackets, sweaters and clothing of all sorts, as well as backpacks, shoelaces or even as cufflinks, there are endless places to show off your original artwork. What an awesome way to engage guests in the arts and everyone gets to take the fun home with them!

Low Cost

Buttons are economical, making them financially accessible to almost everyone!


They let people make a statement without even having to say a word. They give a voice to everyone.


They are completely customizable and allow you to express yourself. They are a wearable extension of your inner self.

Being able to express myself through the canvas of a Button has improved my life forever. I am so grateful to be sharing this medium with the World!

-Anto Chan, Chief Buttoneer

What People Say

"Buttons were a great hit at the party!"

Your buttons were a great hit at the party! Thanks again for all your hard work and quick turnaround. I'll definitely keep you in mind for various work - I love working with people who have good energy:)

-Jenny Shin, President and CEO\Milestones Public Relations

"Couldn't recommend them enough."

Be Awesome provided us with Toronto Poetry Slam buttons we knew our audience would love...and they did! The high-quality buttons were made quickly and at a price point that was in line with our budget, and we couldn't recommend them enough to other arts organizations looking for some fantastic merch to share with their audience.

-Dave Silverberg, founder/AD, Toronto Poetry Project, producers of Toronto Poetry Slam