Collecting Pins

Enamel Pins. For someone like me, traditions just sort of start, seemingly all on their own. One thing leads to another thing, and suddenly, it’s a Thing. A good example is a recent gift from the same person who bought me a forget-me-not pin to celebrate Tsumiko and the Enslaved Fox. I now have a lovely chrysanthemum pin to mark the publication of Kimiko and the Accidental Proposal. ::twinkle::

Chrysanthemum Pin

And of course, I’m now seriously tempted to have my own pins made for the series.

 

4 thoughts on “Collecting Pins

  1. As collections go, I feel like they’re perfect – they’re not super expensive, nor do they take up a lot of space, but they’re sturdy and fun and very memorable. That’s a gorgeous pin! And I love to see pins inspired by books I enjoy.

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