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The Vintage Pin Club!

Pins and badges are so popular now and have been since the late 1800s. The first mass produced pin badge celebrated the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria and was sold worldwide. This sparked the production of badges as souvenirs, and now they can be found in so many different designs including the classic circular button shape, and made from enamel or acrylic.

Our wedding editor, Kate Beavis, loves a badge and a brooch, so much so that she has started a new business called Vintage Pin Club. By joining Vintage Pin Club, you will receive an enamel pin at the start of each month, based on an iconic design from the 20th century, that we all love.

Launched last week, Kate has produced a limited edition Pyrex pin, featuring the collectable JAJ Pyrex Gooseberry Cinderella mixing bowls in pink and white. Who doesn’t love a bit of vintage Pyrex? Now you can literally wear it all day and show the world that you love vintage.

These are limited editions, with only 100 made each month. Kate tell us that when they are gone, they are gone. No re-runs. No “I’ve just found a few more!” Nada.

You can buy just one (for International purchases visit the Etsy shop), subscribe monthly and receive 10% off or get 15% off by committing to 6 months.

We have seen what is lined up for June and July and you are going to love it! And keep your eyes peeled for further product lines!

Visit Vintage Pin Club at www.katebeavis.com.

And we have teamed up with Kate to offer one lucky reader 6 months of Vintage Pin Club plus UK postage. Simply answer the following question:

How many pins are available per month from Vintage Pin Club?

Send your answer along with your contact details to lisa@dragoonpublishing.com

Good Luck!

Lisa Harrison

Lisa Harrison

Lisa is the Deputy Editor of Vintage Life Magazine and Publisher at Dragoon Publishing. She is avid bookworm, collector of vintage homeware, loves travel, lazy weekends away and eats way too much cake!