How do you show off your Halloween spirit every day? One of my favorite ways to do that is with a bit of flair – enamel pin flair, to be exact.
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In the past, I’ve shared some of my favorite Halloween enamel pins from around the Internet with you guys. (See those posts here and here.) I’m always looking for new ones, and this spring the shopping bug bit me hard.
Thanks to some great sales from some of my favorite makers, I added to my personal collection. After sharing them on Instagram Live, I decided it was time to put them on the blog.
Below you’ll find individual photos of every last pin. Each photo, where applicable, links to the maker if you need to add it to your collection. I hope you’ll enjoy this tour of my ever-growing Halloween enamel pin collection!
My Halloween Enamel Pin Collection:
Yes, everyone’s favorite pumpkin bag creator also sells enamel pins! They come and go from the shop, so you’ll have to stay tuned to Kenny’s Instagram for updates. I can attest that the quality of the pins is just as amazing as the quality of those illusive purses.
For the life of me, I can’t remember how I came to own this pin now, but it delighted me to no end. Who knew Halloween blogger pins actually existed?
My friend over at Evil Supply Co. is clearing out his supply of enamel pins, but be sure to stop by for some killer paper goods at great prices!
Big shout out to Chelsea from Cheers! with Chelsea for grabbing me this pin at Midsummer Scream 2017! I love having a little piece of the convention to wear.
Jack-o-Lantern from Target
Just about every Halloween lover I know has this guy! We were all thrilled when Target included double sets of enamel pins in their dollar section last year. Unfortunately, if you missed them you’re outta luck…but maybe they’ll have more this Halloween season!
Boo from Target
This pin was the other one included with the jack-o-lantern at Target.
I’ve been in love with Cavity Colors’ Every Day is Halloween collection for more time than I care to admit. But when they announced one final sale before the line was retired, I knew I had to grab this pin – plus, it glows in the dark!
Maleficent from Disney World
I participated in a Halloween box exchange last October, and my partner, Vanessa, was kind enough to pick up this Maleficent pin for me when she visited Disney World because she knew it was my 2017 costume!
While not outright Halloweenie, she goes in my Halloween collection anyway. Everyone needs a good villain pin!
When Creepy Company announced an enamel pin sale last month, I snagged three I’ve had my eye on, including this gem from their licensed Beistle collection. This jack’s silly grin was too cute to not own.
I also grabbed the haunted house, which is huge and gorgeous! The coloring is a bit better if you pop over to their site, but I love the touch of blue and, of course, the bats.
Finally, I got my hands on the future ghost pin, which glows in the dark. The first time I saw this, it made me laugh because it’s so true – we are all future ghosts! You can also grab the color-changing version.
This was my first Halloween enamel pin, and I love it because, well, I am a spooky bitch. Emphasis on the spooky, though. 👻
This guy was another early acquisition in my Halloween enamel pin collection, and I was thrilled to have a little piece of Pumpkinhead to ride along with me through October that year. Pin #1 has since been retired, but…
…you can still grab the second Pumpkinhead pin! And be sure you’re following Pumpkinhead over on Instagram – he’s the BEST way to countdown to Halloween.
I’ll admit: I just wanted this pin because it was a slice of pumpkin pie. I didn’t realize until after I’d had it…for more than a week…that the whip cream dollop has a skull! I now love it even more.
I love when my mom shops for me off my blog. That’s exactly how I ended up with this Halloween enamel pin in my stocking Christmas morning! And it sums me up perfectly. I keep in there all year long!
Talk about nostalgia! As a kid who grew up in the 90s, the McDonald’s Halloween pails are a piece of my childhood I treasure. I still have a full set (which you can see in last year’s Halloween home tour posts), and when I saw this pin on Instagram…I knew I HAD to have it! You can opt for the glow in the dark version or the glitter version.
I’d been eyeing Danielle’s two bat enamel pins for awhile, so when I had the chance to meet up with her on my trip to Sleepy Hollow…I placed an Etsy order which she was kind enough to hand deliver! She also gifted me her other enamel pin…
How cute is he? 🖤
Rotten Christmas from Creepin’ Around
While this shop seems to be permanently closed, I still had to share this killer pin. For a girl who doesn’t enjoy the Christmas season as much anymore…this guy spoke to me. Rotten pumpkin wrapped in lights? Now that’s MY kinda Christmas!
What’s in your Halloween enamel pin collection?
Leave a link to your favorite pin – I’d love to see what you guys are buying and loving.
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