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  1. I like.

    11.19.10
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  2. Tammy wrote:

    I would like to find some old family pins and badges like when my mom was a cub scout leader. That would really mean a lot. Gonna start hunting.

    11.22.10
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  3. Lakyn wrote:

    I’ve been lusting after old patches for a while. I love this idea. I just found the perfect blazer to recreate it, too.

    12.27.10
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  4. M.Maqsood wrote:

    Dear Sir,

    Wonderful incident you are Importer and we are Manufacturer
    then why should not we cooperate with each other.

    We are bonafide Manufacturer & Exporter of all kind badges,
    plaques (shields) etc and kindly do not hesitate to require
    any type of samples from our web http://www.pakmubadges.com.
    On receipt, we will send relevant samples for your consideration.

    We look forward your early good news by return mail, best regards,

    Yours sincerely,

    M.Maqsood.

    Pak-Mu Badges
    P.O. Box: 551
    Qaiser Street.
    Muhammad Pura Sialkot – Pakistan.
    Tel: +92 52 4586594
    Fax: +92 52 4566462
    e-mail: info@pakmubadges.com
    website:www.pakmubadges.com

    10.8.11
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  5. Sophia wrote:

    Rotary exchange students have been doing this for years…Google image “Rotary blazer”. The difference is we will attach ANYTHING to our blazers (seriously, I’ve seen license plates, hats, stuffed animals…) while it looks like fashionistas are sticking with just patches. I love my exchange student blazer, and this looks like a great way to apply that look to everyday life!

    11.10.11
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  6. Kooki wrote:

    I am totally in love with it , I had a idea , I will go to tailoring stores & buy it & stick it with a pin on any cute blazer

    12.9.11
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