How to source & sell custom enamel pins and patches?

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How to source & sell custom enamel pins and patches?

Enamel pins is an old concept that flourished in the late 70s and still to this date is extremely popular. These are the inexpensive jewelry based accessories that encompassed schools, events, cultural shows, and many other places. These enamel pins are not only simple to produce but are also cheap to ship. If you have to design your own enamel pin then there are various enamel pin makers available on the internet and even some custom patch makers can be found online.

Process of manufacturing the enamel pins
If you are creative enough and know your way around designing then you will be able to design the custom enamel pins on your own and not only designing them but also choosing the size, shape, and color. Regardless of what you will decide on selling there is a huge market out there and many people are ready to buy.

When it comes to the designing of the enamel pins you must have a designer by your side, but if it is that you can't find a designer whatsoever then you would have to jump into it yourself and start the designing of the enamel pins on yourself. Anything simple and rustic would suffice enough and make your enamel pins to fly off the shelves as long as these resonate with a particular audience.

You have to start with a specific audience and covering their needs of the enamel pins. Don’t feel the temptation of go all the way further and browse two or three different audiences for that sake as you need to take things a little slower and start with one specific audience and then expand your horizon.

Shift your attention to the particular desires of the audience and what do they require, find out what kind of celebrations are coming ahead so you can prepare a great idea well ahead of time. You can also search for answers on social media sites such as Reddit and Instagram as well as on various other sites.

After you have an idea to work on simply take out your sketchbook and start brainstorming on different ideas. Spare no detail take color, size even the aesthetics of the enamel pins into account on which you are currently working. In this way, you will be able to come up with something nice and exciting while keeping the overall hype a little rustic.

Talking about the overall equipment that is required for the sake of indulging in the enamel pins manufacturing you require certain machinery such as the stamping equipment. But it is alright if you don’t have one because you can always reach out to manufacturers out there that can produce these enamel pins for you in bulk and then ship out these to intended locations for you. All that matters enough is that you already have a design and continue to work on it to plaster it with enough innovation that you have something new every time to feed it to your intended audience.

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