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Interactive Spinning Pin -What to Eat-

Interactive Spinning Pin -What to Eat-

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There are so many good foods out there that sometimes it's hard to decide what to go with. I know I am not the only one with this problem, but I have this pin to help me out. Korean? Chinese? Thai? Leftovers? Or just ask Mom? Just flick the spinner and let fate tell you what to eat! An interactive enamel pin to add flair to your collar, jacket, or bag. Perfect for collecting, displaying, or gifting to a friend! The pin is made with hard enamel and polished gold-colored metal plating. It has two posts on the back for extra security, and come with rubber clutch backings. • Interactive: Spin the wheel to decide on what to eat! • 2" Hard enamel pin • 2 Posts with rubber clutches  

About Occasionalish

Occasionalish is owned and run by Candy and is based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in February 2019, and have expanded and solidified our product line to focus on stationery and small accessory items such as greeting cards, notepads, enamel pins, sticky notes, and keychains. Our products are designed in house, and we are continually developing new ideas and coming up with even more designs! We are committed to bringing a special touch to the everyday. We believe that even an ordinary day can be "occasionalish." It's our hope that our creations can help create a sense of everyday magic for our customers and their loved ones.

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