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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Cute Pin Art

In my younger days we used to collect pins. Most of them came with a product and we would look for that particular one we didn't have yet, or swap pins with other children to complete our collection.

It was always special and exciting to receive a lapel pins and made a school, business, or product stand out. Even though it was a way of advertisement and boosting sales, it was out of the ordinary and stuck in people's minds.

I haven't seen many of those pins around anymore. Every now and then someone is wearing one, but those occasions are few and far between. That is odd, because a lapel pin could be handed out on many more events like football games, or concerts for instance.

I sure wouldn't mind receiving many of those pins; they could be the start of a nice collection again and each pin would have a sweet and/or enjoyable memory attached to it. Imagine all the great stories you could tell your children and grandchildren down the road.

I hope they will bring more pins back in circulation, because each one of those creative and colorful small items is truly a work of art!

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Blogger max lapel pins said...

Sizing of the lapel pins plays a very important role in the elegance and style of their display.

Monday, November 25, 2013 1:18:00 AM  

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