I’ve always collected something. As a kid I liked hedgehogs so collected anything to do with them. I obviously collected pens too as my stationery obsession started young. Now as an adult, I collect (and sell) enamel pins.
Today’s project is an idea for enamel pin display – a simple DIY Colour Block Pinboard.
Here are the supplies I used:
This project was so simple. I taped off the geometric design I wanted and then painted in a block of pink and a block of grey. Lighter colours will need a few more coats of paint.
I then simply hot glued some word tiles onto the top of the corkboard and finished with washi tape to add some detail to the paint design.
Having my pins on display is great as it’s much easier to decide which ones to wear now. Most of them are from differerent Etsy sellers, but leave me a comment if you are interested in finding out where they came from!
I’ve recently been doing some pin swaps too and I’m so happy to now have a few from Nikki McWilliams Biscuit Pin range!
What do you think of my collection? Would you like a post or video with close ups of each one?
Since I photographed my enamel pin storage for this post, I also did a few more pin swaps with some Instagram buddies. Here are some of my new favourites! Shops all linked below – make sure to check them out!
Bike Pin, Cards & Pizza pin – Angela Chick
Envelope pin – Nutmeg and Arlo
Bee pin – Rosebud Casson
Jammy Dodger pin – Nikki McWilliams
I am hoping to work on another pin design really soon. In the meantime, keep an eye on my newsletter for details of a new product release next week – and a coupon code!