The hinged pin design lets you pose the Cat's head!
Add an eye-catching touch to your favorite shirt, coat, backpack, or scarf with the Coraline Cat Enamel Pin. This sleek metal pin, made in partnership with Oregon-based Little Shop of Pins, features the talking Cat in full enigmatic style.
Coraline Cat Enamel Pin
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Little Shop of Pins
BASED IN PORTLAND, OR
Locally Made Wearable Art
Little Shop of Pins is a wearable art and lifestyle brand based in Portland, Oregon. They create and sell collectible lapel pins, stickers, and other accessories inspired by pop culture, art, and life. They believe pins are a fun and stylish way to express yourself and connect with others, which is why we're overjoyed to collaborate with them in crafting our film-inspired pins.
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