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Tag Archives: Enamel Pins

5 Add-ons to Make Custom Lapel Pins Pop

Written on March 22, 2019 at 4:50 pm, by

Everyone wants their custom lapel pins to “pop.” To have that visual punch to make a custom pin more noticeable or more interesting. From bright colors and shining metals, we offer thousands of design options so clients can design the most striking pins. However, in our experience, many clients aren’t aware of our most impressive […]

Your Guide to Crowdfunding Custom Pins

Written on March 11, 2019 at 9:32 pm, by

Cheaper than shirts, widely-appealing and easy to ship, custom pins are one of the most popular items on crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter or Indiegogo. Not only does crowdfunding custom pins help individual pin designers tackle the startup fees, its an invaluable tool for promoting original designs and projects. However, less than 50 percent of all […]

Custom Krewe Pins: A Carnival Parade Tradition

Written on January 29, 2019 at 7:48 pm, by

From Mardi Gras to Gasparilla, parade krewes bring their communities to life through snazzy costumes, elaborate parade floats, and fantastic live performances. Sometimes a unique badge of membership. Sometimes a parade throw. Always full of unique flair. Krewe pins are designed with color and personality reflecting the larger-than-life character of their organizations. Krewe Pin Inspirations […]

Custom Pins 101: Types of Pin Backs and Attachments

Written on November 20, 2018 at 3:59 pm, by

Knowing Your Pin Backs and Attachments From jackets and shirts to book bags and purses, pin attachments keep your custom pins, well, pinned and make a pin a pin. However, they’re too often an afterthought in the design process. With designers spending their time and energy adding line detail and polish to their pin designs but neglecting […]

Custom Pins 101: The Differences Between Soft Enamel, Hard Enamel or Die-struck Pins

Written on November 14, 2018 at 3:21 pm, by

Not sure of the difference between soft enamel, hard enamel or die-struck pins? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.