eight rss subscribe badges with beautiful color style


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eight rss subscribe badges with beautiful color style.

This PSD resource includes the following elements:

Button,Badge,Simple,Buttons,Web elements,Orange,Clean,Badges,Subscribe

This vector contains the following main colors: Mine Shaft,White,Bahama Blue,Orange Peel,Ironside Gray


    Button Badge Simple Buttons Web elements Orange Clean Badges Subscribe Mine Shaft White Bahama Blue Orange Peel Ironside Gray

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Badge wiki:
e is a device, patch, or accoutrement which is presented or displayed to annote some feat of service, a special accomplishment, as a symbol of authority (ex: police), or as a simple means of identification. They are also used in advertising and publicity. Badges have become highly collectable: in the UK, for example, the Badge Collectors' Circle has been going since 1980 [1].In the military, badges are often used to denote qualifications received through military training. Similarly, scouting organizations use them to show group membership and rank. See more at Wikipedia.org...

Subscribe wiki:
[ is a number, figure or indicator, that appears below the normal line of type, when used in a formula, mathematical expression or description of a chemical compound. Probably the most famous example of a subscript is the number 2 in the formula for the molecule of water; H2O.In HTML, subscript text is produced by putting it inside the tags <sub> and </sub>.In Unicode, there exist also special subscript characters, such as: ₀₁₂₃₄₅₆₇₈₉₊₋₌₍₎ See more at Wikipedia.org...]

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