Badgeshop.co.uk is the name of the website but the URL is masked for security reasons. To avoid any
possible delay in future please bookmark this page (add it to your favourites) on your first visit.
If you prefer you can put a shortcut to the website on your desktop. Look in the browser
address bar at the top of this window and drag the little
Badge Shop icon onto your desktop.
You can simply click on it to quickly open the website next time you want to visit.
You can get to any page on the website from the main menu on the left-side blue panel. Each of the
dark blue buttons will take you directly to the selected page, or show you a sub-menu of pages available.
Viewing the Badges
Click on the 'Badge Gallery' button in the main menu and select 'view all badges' from the sub-menu.
Thumbnail pictures of the patterns are displayed in alphabetical order. Click on a thumbnail to see the
details in a new window or tab. Each of these badge detail pages includes a large picture of the pattern,
information about the design, colours, etc., and the order form. I haven't finished writing all the
descriptions yet, but you can view the large pictures or place orders.
Searching for badges
Search the gallery by design name or keyword for a selection matching your query. For example you
could search for A&E, animal, baby, cartoon, children, christmas, disney, doctor, easter, film,
football, hospital, little miss, maternity, midwife, minnie, nicu, nurse, nursery, nursing, paediatric, pre school, pooh, tinkerbell, TV, winnie, zebra and so on. There is a search button on every page of the
Searching for information
The main menu 'Search the Site' button will find information pages only. Use the 'Searching for badges'
methods described above to find badge designs.
Pass it on!
The only way people can find out about the Badge Shop is if they were a Badges4You customer, by
following a series of links from search engine results, or best of all - if you tell them about it.
So by all means - and with my grateful thanks - pass on the URL of the site http://www.badgeshop.co.uk to people you know. You could do that by:
putting a link on a personal blog.
mentioning it on a social networking or community website.
writing about the badges to a professional association or trade
emailing the website
address (URL) or passing it on by word of
mouth or on a scrap of paper to friends and colleagues.
and especially by showing the
label on the back of your badge to
anyone who asks “where did you get your badge?” because that
probably means they would like to have one too!