Enamel Pins
Level up your wearable artwork with custom made soft or hard enamel pins!
Soft Enamel
Soft Enamel Pins are the most popular lapel pin and the least expensive to produce. Coloured enamel is placed inside the recessed areas of your design creating a textured, dimensional pin, with a lustrous finish.
Hard Enamel
Hard Enamel Pins are the premium option for custom lapel pins and carry a higher production cost. Coloured enamel fills the entire recessed area of your design, baked dry and completely polished leaving your pin with a smooth & shiny finish.
Packaging
Let us package & protect your enamel pins straight out the gate! Custom packaging makes your enamel pins extra attractive & retail ready for your online shop or market place. Pins are pinned to a 3 x 3" full colour, heavy 16pt card and placed in a resealable poly bag, adding extra protection for those hand-to-hand exchanges.

Download and design your own custom full colour backing card and we'll package it!
3 X 3" Backing Card
PSD / PDF

Why Choose Our Pins?

Superior craftsmanship

Consistent Colour Matching

Reliable Timelines

Steadfast Communication

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Let us know the details of your project & we'll provide a detailed quote & timeline within 1 Business day.
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Common Questions
How long will it take for me to receive my pins?
From the time artwork is received and approved, production and delivery is typically 4-6 weeks. Rush services are available upon request.
How do I get started?
Have your artwork files ready to upload or a design in mind and fill out our request a quote form to the best of your ability. If you are unsure of which metal type to choose, we'd be happy to advise the best option based on your artwork.
How should I save and send artwork?
We recommend creating vector artwork in Adobe Illustrator. Convert any text to outlines, save as an AI, EPS or PDF and provide Pantone numbers for exact colour matching.

After you fill out our request a quote and upload your files, please provide any additional information about your project in the special instruction field. We will setup your files to our specifications and email back a proof for your approval.
Can Six Cent Press help me with my artwork?
If you have a sketch or idea in mind, start by filling out our request a quote form to the best of your ability. From the Special Instruction, field provide us with as much detail of your idea. If you have a sketch of your artwork, scan & save as a high resolution JPEG and upload prior to submitting.
What is the minimum amount of pins I can order?
Minimum orders start at 50 pins per design. A mold is created for each design and will be held for 2 years. Reorders using the same mold will cost less to order.
Can I get a sample of my enamel pin before I proceed with my full order?
On smaller run orders, samples are not practical. We will provide a digital proof of your artwork setup to production guidelines that represent the final product.
What is the difference between Soft Enamel pins & Hard Enamel Pins?
Soft enamel pins start out as a shaped piece of base metal and are struck with a die to create recessed areas. These recessed areas are where the color enamel is applied. The raised areas act as the outline of your design, separating the colors from one another. Once dry, a layer of enamel paint is applied to the recessed areas, which sit lower than the raised area, creating a ridged finish. Custom soft enamel pins are cheaper to produce than hard enamel pins and offer a budget-friendly option, popular for fundraising events and promotional items.

Hard enamel pins start out as a shaped piece of base metal, and are also struck with a die to create recessed areas. Again, the recessed areas are where the color enamel is applied and the raised areas act as the outline of your design, separating the colors from one another. However, enamel paint is applied in multiple layers within the recessed areas of the pin until the paint sits level with the raised areas, resulting in the surface becoming smooth and flat. The pin is dried at a high temperature and polished for a high quality, hard wearing shiny finish.