What Are ChattySnaps® Buttons?

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"I can't keep my hands off of them! They're as addicting as bubble wrap!"

Susan M.

"My old buttons are all thrown into a drawer somewhere. I hardly ever wear them because they fall off or put holes in my clothes. With ChattySnaps®, there's a place to snap them and they stay put. I love them!"

John D.

"Pin-backs are outdated. They're for old people."

Bridget S.

ChattySnaps® Lanyards

ChattySnaps® floor rack display with colorful header card shows off an assortment of lanyards, slap bracelets, key rings, water bottle holders and more.

Retail Opportunities

Great news! ChattySnaps® are available to retailers. If you have a brick and mortar store and would like to sell ChattySnaps® Buttons and Gear, we have many merchandising options available. Whether you only have 7 inches of available counter space or room for a floor display, we've got you covered! Interested in selling ChattySnaps or just want to ask us a question? Please use the button below to contact us.

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Where can I find ChattySnaps®?

Of course you can find them on this site, but they are way more fun in person and you will also find more variety. We are happy to share the following retailers with you:

Whistlin' Dixie Custom Framing & Unique Gifts, Folkston, GA

Becky & Me Toys, Evanston, IL
Chicago Architecture Foundation Shop, Chicago, IL
How Impressive, Libertyville, IL
Learning Express Toys, Lake Zurich, IL
Local Goods Chicago, Chicago, IL
Marvin's Toy Store, Crystal Lake, IL
Petranek's, Libertyville, IL
Rep Chi, Chicago, IL
Ross Highland Park, Highland Park, IL
Snickelfritz Toys, Vernon Hills, IL

4 Kids Books & Toys, Zionsville, IN
Your Yoga Nest, Rockville, IN

A Repeat Boutique, Owensboro, KY
Danhauer Drugs, Owensboro, KY
Mark's Hallmark, Owensboro, KY

Hopscotch Kids, Tecumseh, MI

Story Land, Glen, New Hampshire

Carolyne's Crafts & Gifts, Fancy Gap, VA
Chincoteague Trails End, Horntown, VA

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"ChattySnaps® are a fun way to recognize our students for demonstrating positive behavior, which supports our school-wide social and emotional learning goals. Students take pride in showing off their collection because they earned that recognition."

Principal Christopher Gamble, Chicago Public Schools