Back in the day, Hunting & Fishing licenses used to sometimes come in the form of pin-back buttons. We still find them at fleas and thrifts on old sporting jackets, angler caps and in antique tackle boxes.Weve always had a soft spot for them & wanted to make our own Sportsmans Badge Set as an homage.So we asked our lake Wandawega neighbor & good friend @busychristen (of @busybeaverbuttonco) to make our own custom set. So she did a bang-up job (we are adding them to the campstore this morning)Christens personal button collection is so impressive, that she opened up the worlds first & only @buttonmuseum – a must-see.The culmination of more than a decade of collecting has resulted in her new book with Ted Hake: Button Power- A Visual journey of buttons through the last 125 years. If youre a Design nerd/history buff/ culture fanatic, its the holy grail. Milton Glaser gave the best cover quote for it: A button is such a primitive communication device. We think about electronics and social media when we think of things going viral, but ideas can be spread just as easily by wearing a buttonTo check out where to get it (and to support a female-owned small business) visit busybeaver.net. We hope that you will join us in congratulating Christen by supporting Button Power. (It is honestly one of the most educational, inspirational and beautiful books ever ) We are damn proud to call her a friend, a camp neighbor and an inspiration. #ButtonPower #SupportSmallBusiness #LadyBoss(5th and last shot from the book)Thanks @marina.kozak for your mad design skills!