If you’re looking to order custom soft enamel pins wholesale, our KINGTAI team has everything you need to make the design process as smooth and simple as possible. We have years of experience crafting high-quality enamel pins and filling orders of every quantity imaginable.
Soft enamel pins are relatively cheaper compared to their harder counterparts. A few layers of enamel colors are added into the recession areas of the die-struck pins, leaving a ridged finish. Custom soft enamel pins are ideal for fundraising and promotional events thanks to their budget-friendliness. However, they have a less premium feel and may not last as long. Noya is a leading custom soft enamel pins manufacturer in China. Choose from our wide selection of colors, cut-outs, back stamps, and glitters to create your own bespoke designs.
Enquiry, Email us your design, the type of promo items, the style, the quantity, the due date etc.
Design & Quote, Our talented team will send you a range of design options along with a quote.
Confirmation & Sample Checking, Once the mock-up and quote approved, we will prepare and send you a free sample of what the finished product should look like.
Mass Production, After verification that the sample meets all your requirements, our engineers will mass-produce all your products.
Delivery, The final step in our production line is delivering the promotional products to you. In most cases, we ship by air for faster delivery.
Classic Hard Enamel lapel pins are die-struck into bronze, a soft metal that allows us a more detailed impression .
Using a pumice stone wheel, each pin is polished, eliminating any excess of Soft Enamel pigments.
Classic Hard Enamel colors can be made to match your PMS colors.
Each piece is dipped into the gold or silver plating, which adheres to the exposed base metal, converting the raised walls to the shiny look of the metal.
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The cost of making enamel pins depends on many factors, like colors, materials, and type of enamel pin. However, you can expect to pay between $120 and $210 for 100 units.
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Enamel pins are made of many different materials. You can make enamel pins from metals like copper, pewter, zinc, gold, and brass.
Enamel pins can be expensive because you have to make a mold to produce them. Whether you make one or one thousand pins, the mold costs the same. The mold is also the most expensive part of creating custom pins.
No, we will help you to save the mold for 2 year, during this time, you needn’t pay any mold fee for re-make the same design
Please don’t worry, generally our production time is 12- 14 days. for most item, we need 5-9 days when in rush. Depending on your item, our sales will check the schedule and then arrange the fastest production time for you.
No, you needn’t , my friend, we could offer the free artwork for you to see your product’s effect
Of course. Don’t worry, before the mass order, we could help you to do the sample first, when sample finished, we could send the picture and the video to you, when you confirm it, and then the mass order could be start.
It’s so glad to cooperate with you, of course, we could send our free sample to you to refer our best quality.
Yes, of course, the shipping fee is not charged by us, but we could help you to choose the most economic to you
As the quality, please be assured, we will have the strict QC before the shipment many times, and also our sales will go to the package room to check the quality again by ourselves. if have found the bad products,we will send them to factory again and make it again.then ship the best to you.
An enamel pin (often referred to as a lapel pin) is a small decorative tack that hooks onto clothes or backpacks, usually for promotional purposes.
Enamel pins are often made of steel, copper, aluminum, or brass and come in different shapes, colors, and styles. In a nutshell, a design is die-struck onto the metal plate and the recession areas are filled with different enamel paints for decoration.
Over the last few years, enamel pins have grown popular among small business owners and corporations. In today’s competitive business world, many have been forced to get more creative in their marketing strategies.
Enamel pins are a simple yet creative solution to brand promotion. They provide a cheap out-of-the-box alternative to advertising a company’s products and values. They are also ideal for gift-giving events and may also serve as good mementos.
KINGTAI is a renowned manufacturer of enamel pins in China. We use state-of-the-art machinery to manufacture bulk enamel pins based on your own bespoke designs. We currently manufacture two types of enamel pins: soft and hard.
Soft enamel pins are created by applying one or two layers of enamel paint into the grooves of a die-struck metal pin. The enamel paint serves as a decoration element to style to pin.
Since the layer of enamel paint applied is thin, soft enamel pins are rough on the surface and you can feel the inner lines of the die-struck pin.
When it comes to price, soft enamel pins are cheaper compared to hard enamel pins. This is because they have a less-premium feel and are less durable.
Then again, the pocket-friendly price makes soft enamel pins ideal for mass events such as fundraising events, promotional events, and so on.
Soft enamel pins find wide usage in large events such as sporting activities and charity events. This is because they are more budget-friendly and can therefore be mass-produced at very low prices.
Hard enamel pins, on the other hand, are used in exclusive events such as AA meetings or sororities. They are more expensive compared to soft pins, but it is for a good cause
Thanks to the multiple layers of enamel paint, hard enamel coins tend to last longer than soft enamel coins. They are therefore the ideal choice when it comes to choosing the right mementos for any event.
Enamel pins have become increasingly popular due to many factors: they are cheap, practical, can be customized, and above all, they are cute!
That said, enamel pins find usage in a lot of situations. The most obvious one is advertising. Enamel pins have come to be accepted in every business setting as a feasible solution to promotion and advertising. They are an elegant yet cheap way to promote brand recognition.
Another common use for enamel pins is to show some kind of loyalty to others. Whether it’s a friend or a coworker, enamel pins are a great gift to commemorate someone. This is quite popular in military settings.
Since enamel pins can be customized, they are also a great way to communicate a message or show exclusivity. For example, a support group for cancer patients could gift each other with pink enamel pins. Similarly, a military team could get bespoke enamel pins with the country flag as a symbol of patriotism.
Finally, let’s talk fashion. There are really not many ways you can use to style your suit other than having a flashy tie. Enamel pins can add that personal flair. They sit on the lapel of your blazer or shirt and can be a good way to express your personality or mood for the day.
In other words, this explains why enamel pins are so popular.
One of the best things about enamel pins is that you can use them to style anything – your lapels, purse, buckle – you name them.
The most obvious place for your enamel pins to sit is on the lapel of your jacket or shirt. In fact, enamel pins are commonly known as lapel pins.
If you like rocking hats, you can also add some flair with custom enamel pins. Caps are probably the way to go here. You really don’t want a bunch of pins hanging on your sombrero.
For the DIY fans, you can also create your own storyboard using enamel pins. This would be a perfect gift for your friends or family.
Enamel pins can be worn on many different items and in many different ways. The only limitation is your own imagination. The idea is just to keep things light and fun.
Enamel pins are too cute to just be stashed in a jewelry box. Like any other fashion gem, your pins need to be on display. But how do you display your enamel pins on a pinboard into one wholesome work of art?
Never limit yourself because of others’ limited imagination. You can play with the various colors and shapes of your different pins and arrange them however you want on a blank canvas.
If you are not sure where to start, KINGTAI is a good place for you to find inspiration from other designers. You can also share ideas with your friends during club meetings and work on something together
Enamel pins are a great way to tell a unique story. Whenever you see a scout with pins all over his uniform, the first thing that comes to mind is “Wow! This must be a great scout!”
Every pin in your collection is a chance to tell a great story. And if you have a huge collection, you find creative ways to showcase them all in one art board.
Great places to put your enamel pins include: pinning them into an existing quilt, cork board, backpack, suit lapel, visor cap, and my personal favorite, the vest jacket. Who doesn’t love that bad boy look…?
Every pin collector has at least once wondered what they should do with their enamel pins. Your pin collection keeps growing, and you don’t know what to do with the beautiful stash. Here are a few ideas.
First, you can use your enamel pins to compliment your accessories. You can hook them on your purse, backpack, or even necklace. Enamel pins can literally be thrown into anything and they will still be cute.
Ever dressed up your pet? Why not? Dogs are my personal favorite. If you have cute jackets for your dog, the enamel pins could go on the lapel. If not, you can style the leash too!
Lastly, you could get a pinboard and arrange all your enamel pins on the canvas. You can then hang the pinboard on your wall like any other painting.
Your design is probably the most important aspect of your enamel pin. It needs to communicate the message you are trying to convey and also be factory-ready.
As a general rule, the best enamel pin designs are simple, with conspicuous colors, bold lines, and no shading. Unlike in paintings, you will want to leave out the finer details here. Remember, your design will be replicated on a metal plate, which in itself is limiting.
Today, there are lots of great graphic design software that you can use to design your mock-ups. You don’t have to hand-draw all your artwork (unless you are really good). Adobe Photoshop and Corel Draw are some of the popular design tools you can try.
This is a really loaded question and unfortunately, the answer is: it varies.
The factors to consider here are quite a handful: size of the pin, complexity of the artwork design, quantity, base metal used, type of pins (soft or hard), addons, and packaging.
Generally, the more pins you order from the factory, the lower the price. For example, ordering 10,000 pieces can get the price to as low as $0.2 each. I know this is not practical for individuals, but it should give you a rough idea of how the price index works.
Larger pins obviously cost more. And if you are using gold for your base metal, you will definitely pay higher than someone who needs their pin on enamel.