What Are Pins?

Pins, otherwise referred to as lapel pins, cloisonné pins, or enamel pins are metal pieces of art that people display on their suit coats, jackets, backpacks, hats, and more.

The most widely known use of a lapel pin is, perhaps, the president. Commonly, POTUS will wear a pin displaying the country’s flag on the lapel of their suit. Hence, lapel pins. 

A pin is made of two pieces. The pin with a post and the backing. First, you’ll stick the pin post through the fabric, and subsequently, attach the backing on the other side. This holds the pin in place.

Custom lapel pins help to show off a person’s interests, hobbies, affiliations, and more.

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