Our custom buttons and clothing magnets are the perfect platform for reusable custom name tags or custom name badges. These pin-back name tags can be personalized and printed with the wearer’s name very affordably. Our minimum order is just one name tag which allows you to create a custom name tag for everyone in your team!
We also offer high quality magnetic name tags with a magnet bar on the back that easily attaches the name tag to your clothing without the need to pierce cloth.
Reusable name tags can be designed like the examples below. These full color designs leave a blank space in the design that can be written on with a permanent marker.
For a truly custom name tag, you can use our easy online tool to add your name to any size or shape name tag and get a free instant digital proof to approve before you checkout.
Try our online tool to create custom name tags for your whole team!
The photos below are of reusable name tags with blank spaces to manually fill out in the future. Others have ordered custom name tags with names included in the printed design, but we have not included photos of these personalized name tags for privacy.
The magnetic name badges above features multiple fields to fill out. Notice the magnetic fastener bar on the back side of the name badge. High quality metal construction ensures long term performance!
The Synepuxent Gun Club uses the pin-back custom name tags above to identify members at their gun range.
The name tags above were used at a cosmetology convention and salon owners could fill in the blank to identify themselves.
The restaurant Lupe Tortilla uses the pin-back custom name tags above to identify their employees. A large blank area can be decorated with a permanent marker and buying blank name tags in bulk saves money!
The pin-back custom name tags seen above mimic the classic “Hello My Name Is” name tag stickers in a more durable and eye catching way.
Ben and Jerry’s ice cream shops use the magnetic name tags shown above to identify employees in a fun and custom way!
Last Modified: March 3rd, 2021