Ok, maybe not so strange but I do have a confession to make: Hi, my name is Jessica and I am addicted to pins and brooches, the creepier the better. The ability to broadcast my horror allegiance via stylish and (mostly) subtle accessories makes my spoopy, nerdy heart so very happy. So without further ado, here’s my current collection of horror-related pins and brooches – hope you enjoy!
Beistle Jack-O-Lantern Enamel Pin (Sold Out)
Beistle Batty Ghost Enamel Pin (Sold Out)
Guillotine Deluxe Enamel Pin (Sold Out)
Necronomicon Enamel Pin (retired design)
Two Ghouls Press
Memento Mori Goods
The Halloween Party Enamel Set was part of a limited run by artist Steph Buscema. If you enjoy the aesthetic of these pins, go check out her Etsy. She is one of my favorite artists and has a lot more than just pins to scratch your Halloween itch.
Thunder N’ Lightning Supply / Last Craft Designs
Catxbone Craft / Haute Macabre
The Creeping Museum
Ghost of Taxidermies Past Pin (Sold Out, retired design)
Bombasine / Cat Coven
Segovia Amil / Mon Petit Fantome / Sal’s Famous Pins / The Cemetery Gates / Cultural Void
The Black Heart Enamel Pin – Segovia Amil
Planchette Pin (retired design)
Count Chocula Pin (part of a set)
Bill Crisafi / The Glass Coffin / Strange Women Society / El Jefe Brand
Hogan McLaughlin / Kill ‘Em with Cuteness / Hopesick Co / Pushed Under
Little Shop of Horrors Audrey II Brooch (retired design)
When I first started my collection, my goal was to have a pin for every day of October (#31daysofHalloween). I think I should be fine, don’t you? If you’re looking to start collecting, Instagram and Etsy have been my biggest enablers, erm… inspirations. The added fact that most of these pins average around $10 makes for a happy collector indeed (that’d be me). What did you think of my collection? Do you collect anything horror-related? Let me know in the comments. Thanks for reading and stay spooky!