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Top 5 Local Pin Makers You’ll Totally Love

Being in the creative industry, we as creators look to other brands for inspiration and ideas. From the coloring, to the technique, to the marketing, there’s always something we can learn from fellow artists. We’re so thankful to be part of creative hubs like The Craft Central and Common Room PH, where we can discover other brands and like-minded creative entrepreneurs. Here are some budding pin makers in the Philippines for you to shower some love on!

1. @abakadaerika

Erika is the illustrator behind the enamel pin designs of @abakadaerika on Instagram. Her designs started out as illustrations, but people started inquiring if they come in enamel pins. She creates poignant and relatable pins that illustrate the experience of anxiety and depression, inspired by her own personal experience. She’s been selling her pins for a little over a year now (as of writing this post), and we can’t wait to see more of her pins in the future! You can buy her pins on ​Tictail​ or send her a DM on her Instagram for local orders.

2. @outlandcreative

One of our Common Room PH finds, Camille of The Outland Creative creates funky and colorful enamel pins that attract your eye when you see them on display. Aside from her pins, she also makes notebooks and patches that add character and color to your belongings. Find her merch in La Local Store and Common Room PH in Alabang Town Center and Powerplant Mall.

3. @pointylittlethings

Another pin maker that sells their designs in The Craft Central is the brand called Pointy Little Things. Colorful, bright, eye-catching - all of these describe their enamel pins. They also have lapel pin designs and iron-on patches that will surely find a home in your collection. Check out their designs on ​PointyLittleThings.com​!

4. @shopeuls

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Pop references in enamel and sticker form are created by Shop Euls on Instagram. Another Common Room PH dweller, their merchandise are for the ultimate cool person. From wrapping paper plastered with faces of famous rappers to popular TV show characters to stick on your things, they’re the brand to keep an eye on because of their fresh and quirky items.

5. @carawrrr

This travelbug illustrator has the quirkiest designs that immediately pop out of the pile with their bright neon colors. From stickers to enamel pins, if you’re the kind that loves bright pops of color, Cara’s stuff are definitely for you. Check out her designs in Common Room PH.

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