What Is The Difference Between Hard And Soft Enamel Pins?

 The primary difference between the two enamel pin manufacturing processes is that they use a lot less paint in the soft enamel process and the

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DIY Enamel Pin Design: Silk Screen Enamel Pins

 

 Novice enamel pin designers usually struggle with learning to "think pin" when creating artwork. Enamel pin silk screening is the designers

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DIY Enamel Pin Design: Pin Backs

There has never been more choices for the back of your pin. Take a moment and get up to speed on the industry jargon so you can decide which type

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7 Things To Look For When Selecting Enamel Pin Manufacturers

The word “quality” is very subjective. Using photos online as a guideline is not ideal when evaluating an enamel pin maker. How do you know what

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DIY Enamel Pin Design: Clear Enamel

Do you want unique looking enamel pins? One of the most under utilized "tricks of the trade" we offer is the use of semi-transparent enamel. This

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DIY Enamel Pins Design: Textures

Metal pins without paint offer a whole host of creative choices to the enamel pin designer. Once you leave the color out, you can utilize

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DIY Enamel Pin Design: Colour Matching

Color matching is one of the more challenging concepts that enamel pin designers struggle with. With so many ways to specify color on a pin, how

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DIY Enamel Pin Design: Electroplating

 Enamel pin designers, take note. Many of you are leaving an entire palette of options on the table when designing enamel pins! Take a moment to

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4 Tips For Designing Custom Puzzle Pins

 The most sought after pin by any trader at the Arctic Winter Games or Canada games, is the custom puzzle pin. Coming up with an effective custom

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About The Author

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linkedinCraig Davidiuk has been in the promotional products his entire life. His family owned and operated a pin factory until 2002 and he eventually took over the company in 2012. He also has a diploma in Media Resources from Capilano University. Today his company is one of the leading suppliers of custom pins, medals and swag in Western Canada.

He is a father of one son with his wife, Courtney. Craig enjoys skiing, mountain biking, DJing, playing saxophone and world travel.  The Davidiuk family resides in 100 Mile House, BC. 

 

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