Today we’re talking with Jen Bartel about enamel pins, comic conventions, and more.
A lapel pin refers to a small pin attached to clothing, often worn on the lapel. They can be ornamental or may display the wearer's involvement with a group or cause.
The lapel pins demonstrate achievement or a level of belonging to various organizations. They are sometimes collected by members and non-members too.
What is a pinning ceremony? Well, a pinning ceremony is a symbolic welcoming to all newly graduating nurses that have done more than exceptionally well and made it into the nursing profession successfully. This celebrates all of the new nurses who have worked very hard to graduate and do deserve a celebration after all.
Beautiful lapel pins interest collectors. They may become highly prized pieces of personal jewelry. Today, these items occur in a dizzying array of customized shapes and materials. Have you wondered about differences between die cast and die struck products? Both manufacturing methods offer advantages and disadvantages.
The year was 1896, and Athens, Greece was abuzz with athletes from 13 countries, tourists, and locals eagerly enjoying the first modern Olympic games. The restored games hosted 43 athletic events, and 280 athletes officially participated. A few tourists competed as well. While not as exciting as the World’s Fair at the time, this international event was destined to grow bigger and better.
Your company, school or organization has a dress code policy, and you’re required to wear certain types of attire to abide by the dress code rules. These codes are put into place to maintain uniformity, but that doesn’t mean you must give up your individuality. Accessories such as custom enamel pins are usually an acceptable way to express yourself without getting into hot water for bending the rules.