Wow, what the hell happened to 2020? It makes 2019 look good. As someone who has been in quarantine for a good two weeks now, I have found solace in two things: clothing DIY’s and online shopping. As a lover of jean vests and jackets, I use my immense patch and pin collections to decorate those denim delights to best represent me, and right now is the best time to do it. One of my favorite pin suppliers is a store we’ve worked with before. Check out this wicked Pinship 2020 unboxing!
We want to send a huge thank you to Pinship for sending these pins our way. With everything that has been going on for, oh… six months, this review is much later than I anticipated, but it is better late than never. Let’s dig in the the pins from the Pinship 2020 unboxing!
The first of the Pinship 2020 pins is the wee Baby Voorhees. Just look at that adorable, bulbous head. I love the horror/cuteness element of this pin. It’s pretty small, which I like, and simply iconic. The enamel is in fantastic shape but it’s only single post. However, with its size, it’s not all that noticeable. This pin design is by Rigo4K but is currently sold out.
The last item from the Pinship 2020 unboxing is a goody from one of my favorite films. This is the Black Knight from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. This is the A Flesh Wound pin, and the art is by @mattkaufenberg and goes for $12. I adore this little pin. It represents one of the best moments in the film, and it’s a great size. I am not the biggest fan of large enamel pins, and this one is fairly small, which works perfectly for a lapel. If you looked at the featured image, you will also see something else from the movie! This is also single posted, and there is no bubbling or chipping on the enamel.
That’s all for the Pinship 2020 unboxing. You can see our past unboxing HERE and you can shop their current pins HERE. They have one that is Dr. Ian Malcolm riding a velociraptor with a sign that says, “Life uhhh finds a way” and I need this in my life IMMEDIATELY. Even though these pins were sent to me, I was not paid for this review and my opinions are entirely my own.