Port Hills Mystery Creek Badge Port Hills Mystery Creek

This badge has a hot cut border which features a couple of pieces of the badge which protrude from the square border. Used at the 2011 NZ Jamboree at Mystery Creek.

Our Work

Whether you have an existing design or need one from scratch, we can cater to you. To give you a better understanding of what we can do for you, here are examples of some of the work we've done over the past 8 years.

New York University badge New York University

This embroidered badge was made for graduates of this university to be sewn onto PhD robes.

Custom Designs

We can design a badge for you (or use the artwork you provide) to create an embroidered or woven badge. Many options, such as velcro-backing and custom shapes are available to you. We work with you to produce the badge you want.

Hororata MRC badge Hororata MRC

This pin is die struck iron with soft enamel. This badge was made for the Hororata Miniature Rifle Club's 75th Anniversary, 2011.

Metal Badges

Looking for something new? Maybe a hat or lapel pin? Try a metal badge. These come in a range of shapes and finishes. Pin badges are a good alternative to a cloth badge as the one pin can be easily used on all of your garments.


Created for the NZ Wharf Jumping Association. The shades of blue symbolise water behind a silhouette of a wharf. This badge has a “hot cut” border which allows for this shape.

Any style, any shape

We can create a unique shape that can make your badge really stand out. Badges can be made to almost any shape and size.

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Is there a minimum order size?

No. However, the larger your order, the cheaper the unit price. Belgique Badges has dealt with orders between 1 and 5,000 units. There is no maximum order size.

What's the difference between woven and embroidered badges?

A woven badge appears "flatter" because the design is usually sewn into the background. Embroidered badges appear more three dimensional, being much thicker as the weave/thread is sewn over the background.

Do I need to put down a deposit for my order?

Yes, we ask for 25% deposit on most orders. However, if you're a school, government department, community group or repeat customer then no deposit is required. The final amount is paid once the badges have been manufactured and are ready to be sent to you.

How long does it take for a typical order to be manufactured?

3 weeks is the usual length of time for manufacture and delivery.

Can you make us a sample?

A sample badge is made before production of your full order. An image of your sample will be sent to you for your approval. Despatch of the real sample to you usually isn't required because this tends to increase the manufacturing and delivery times. Examples of some badges made by Belgique Badges are shown on this website. These samples are also available on request for your perusal. Customers who require the manufacture of a single sample, will be asked for an initial payment of $75. This fee is then deducted from the total of your account once you've committed to your order. Belgique Badges guarantees to remake your badges if you're not satisfied with the finished product.

Getting your badge made

  1. Fill out the form on the quote page.
  2. We'll get in touch and provide you with a quote. We often include recommendations such as size and design.
  3. You approve the quote.
  4. We create or alter the artwork for your approval. A deposit is asked for at this point to cover the set-up cost of making your sample badge.
  5. You approve the artwork.
  6. We produce a sample badge and image and send it to you for approval.
  7. You approve the badge.
  8. We manufacture of your order.
  9. You provide payment and we dispatch your order to you.