Trends

January 31, 2017 • Sarah Schwartz
Neat As a Pin!

With a nod to the past as they look to the future, patches and enamel pins pack a big design punch in a palm-sized package — and are as affordable as they are accessible. Best of all, once smitten, it’s nearly impossible for consumers to buy just one!

Smarty Pants Paper

From Smarty Pants Paper, Big Tease enamel pin is 1.25 inches.

Emily McDowell Studio

One of many available designs from Emily McDowell Studio’s new Everyday Bravery Pins, which are available through the Madison Park Group.

Hello!Lucky

All of the proceeds from this copper enamel Hello!Lucky design go to Planned Parenthood.

ilootpaperie

Snoozin’ Panda from ilootpaperie is in soft enamel.

Little Arrow Stationery + Accessories

Girl Gang is one of many fun patches from Little Arrow Stationery + Accessories.

Fresh Frances

Born to Read buttons from Fresh Frances are made in the U.S.

Gingiber

Create Your Own Magic pin is just one member of Gingiber’s animal menagerie.

Lady Jayne

Pastel pins are from Lady Jayne.

Meri Meri

Pizza, Pretzel and Doughnut patch set are part of a large release from Meri Meri.

Noteworthy Paper & Press

Compass pin of hard enamel pin measures 1.25 inches, by Noteworthy Paper & Press.

Pattern Happy

Hand-poured and –polished hard enamel design is from Pattern Happy.

Queenie’s Cards

Cute colorful patches are the rule, not the exception at Queenie’s Cards.

Effie’s Paper

One-inch Cloisonné hard enamel pin is set in plated gold from Effie’s Paper.

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