We've worked with a couple clever designers who use regional symbols to sell #enamelpins. This pin was ordered by a guy in Alberta who has also made a YEG pin (Edmonton Airport code) and several tongue and cheek designs to do with oil.
#challengecoin for Lord Beaverbrook School. A nice design rendered in hard enamel. Side 2 of the coin.
#challengecoin for Lord Beaverbrook School. A nice design rendered in hard enamel.
Nice interaction with the maple leaf and the Iraniain flag colors! A perfect design for #hardenamel #enamelpins
We love the simplicity of this #enamelpins Black dyed nickel with white soft enamel. Sharp!
Screw posts are used in situations where you need a robust way to attach a pin. Instead of a standard pin, its a thicker screw post and then you use the gold doo-dad to screw it to the garment or plaque.
Great example of how you can use one design and change up the color scheme. We often wonder why more people don't choose the antique bronze finish. Very unique looking!
This pin is quite interesting! Hard enamel with blue silkscreened text and dark blues.
We've been supplying these angler pins for close to 25 years. Such a nice design using metal only. Note the beautiful antique bronze and bright nickel electroplating!
Hard enamel pin with colored lettering. Note that "Building & Design" is silk screened on top of the enamel surface. This is how we accommodate colored text that is too small to hold color.
Alberta, Canada and EU flag pin. Hard enamel, gold plate.
Printed lapel pin is perfect for designs with small, fine details. Like the three logos in the middle for example....