pinback buttons


thanks to arden for bringing this article to my attention, written by ann garber, the history of pinback buttons and a review of a local maker of the real thing, sweetiepiepress vs. my virtual ones.

update: coincidentally, i found sweetiepie press has an etsy shop today. see it here.

Jan Halvarson

4 comments:

Anabel said...
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joy madison said...

I love these pins. I want to start collecting them from around cyber space, but I just haven't yet! I need some of your "buttons" but I don't know how to use them in my blog yet! another question to ask the hubby!

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andrea said...

going through all my junk last week, I found all the buttons I'd collected growing up... so many from the 80s! my fave being the go-go's 'we got the beat' (ha)... :)

love this link, jan.

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