I wanted a nice "Occupy" lapel pin, but I wasn't happy with what I found. So, I decided to make one for myself (and only myself, I'm not mass producing pins... call me selfish). I'm still figuring out how to make molds for pewter but most of what's needed is available in kits. Designwise, I've narrowed it down to my two favorites, but now I'm stuck. If I can master pin-making, I might do both designs eventually, but for now I just want to work on getting one right. Which pin should I go with?

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Bush_Wacker 3 years 39 weeks ago
#1

The first one definitely. The second one looks great as well but it won't be interpreted with the occupy movement. It looks more like an advertisement for the Oregon Ducks! Peace.

Zenzoe 3 years 39 weeks ago
#2

Cool idea. I like the first too. Nice job.

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