Just had my second vaccine shot. Our county is well organized and a bunch of volunteers and professionals streamlined us through the process in no time. I’d brought 11 of these pins, and asked anyone passing me on to the next station if they wanted one. The response was more than I expected; they were all thrilled and put the pin on straight away. Soon I had people coming to me asking if they could have one. One person said someone else got a keychain (I’d brought other stuff to hand out) when I got my first shot and was thrilled to be a recipient this time. It made my day and theirs too I guess. If I’d brought a 100 they would still all be gone.
So, make as many of these as you want, and give away freely!
Obviously, only wear one if it is true!
- I used the Premium Icons and tools as well as Inkscape to create the design.
- Print the pin on proofgrade medium basswood ply.
- Print the injection needle on proofgrade medium clear acrylic.
- Use a clear glue; I use Bob Smith Industries BSI-139H Clear Super-Gold Super Glue
- I’ve used either magnetic name badge holders or adhesive pin backs.