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I've branched out beyond framed artwork and am excited to offer a limited collection of pins to wear. They are tiny pieces of art and sure to be a conversation starter. The unique embroidery design is meticulously stitched by me and then carefully placed in a pin setting. It would look great on a blouse, jacket lapel, or tote bag. Your pin will arrive in a small white box (perfect for gift giving).
Orders typically ship within 2 - 3 business days of order placement. Please familiarize yourself with Happy Cactus Designs' shipping and return policies prior to making your purchase.
- Embroidery design: cotton floss on linen fabric
- Size: this small pin is a circle shape and measures approximately 1" in diameter
- Pin setting: silver tone metal (both frame and backing) with an attached hinge pin. Lead and nickel free.
- Care: Pulling at the pin embroidery design or otherwise disturbing the threads can cause permanent damage to this piece. Please handle with care. To best take care of and protect the pin, do not take apart the pin setting. Gently wipe frame and backing with a cloth if it needs to be cleaned. Do not use polish.
Original design by Brannon Addison. Happy Cactus Designs holds the copyright to both the embroidery design and images of the design. Please do not copy. Images may not be used without permission.
Please note that color may differ slightly from photos due to different monitor settings.
About the artist: Brannon creates one-of-a-kind embroidered artwork and home decor items from her Colorado studio. Her work has been featured House Beautiful, Vogue, and Design*Sponge and she was named one of Country Living's 100 Most Creative People in the Country. Learn more about Brannon's process and the embroidery collection here.
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