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Skulls Skulls Skulls badges
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Skull and Crossbones pattern badge. Red 25mm badge with a creepy skeleton skull and crossbones all across it. The Skull and Crossbones is often used as a pirate/jolly roger flag or as a symbol of resistance against authority and the government. We have lots of fun, colourful and even a few evil themed pirate and skull badge designs in the shop. Ideal if you're planning a pirate themed event and need some handmade party favours.

The badges for sale here on our website are 1 inch (25mm) button badges. These are the most popular size & type of badge. Our badges are traditional pin back style badges with a copper pin fastening on the rear.

All of the button badges on Kool Badges are hand made in our UK workshop. We have been making button badges for many years & know how to make great badges at the best prices.

If you don't see the badge design you're looking for you can Upload Your Own Custom Badges to create a unique, personalised & cheap badge! See our Design Your Own Badge page for details.

Please note: A lot of the badges available on Koolbadges are made up of designs supplied to us by customers. Therefore it is not always possible to check the origins of individual designs. If you feel any badge infringes copyright please email us and we will remove any offending badges within 24 hours. We strive to ensure that all designs do not infringe copyright, and will do our utmost to rectify any instances of infringement.
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Top Badges!

Cheers Vicki! Quick, cheap and beautifully made! I WILL be ordering more!
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Valentines day badges

Thanks so much for sending out my valentines day badges so quick. I know my students will love them. They are wonderful.
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Fantastic service

I needed the badges for a party on Saturday night, ordered them at 10.30pm last Wednesday night, and received an email 8.40 am Thursday morning to...
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