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Let's face it, no outfit is complete without some fun and funky flair. We've put together a list of patches, pins and pendants that will help you express yourself. These pieces range from funny to fabulous, sentimental to sassy. We've got it all. Each piece is produced by a special make who you can find online or in person at BUST's upcoming Spring Craftacular in LA on Saturday, May 7th. 

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Enjoy The Ride Patch, $10.00

Remind yourself to sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride with this rad patch from MNKR Brand Los Angeles. All of MNKR's products are 100% made in the USA. Their graphic tees, tanks, sweatshirts and accessories are available online and at Booth 16 at the upcoming BUST Craftacular in LA.

 

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Talk Nerdy to Me Ceramic Necklace, $18.00

Science lovers and nature nerds rejoice. You can go geek chic with these handmade ceramic pendants. Amy Davis Roth found Surly-Ramics with a mission to design jewelry that advocates education and science and celebrates nature. Find her Etsy page here and see more amazing hand-formed jewelry at Booth 8 of the LA Craftacular.

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Emojis For Life / Set of 4 buttons, $4.00

Express yourself with this fun four pack of emoji buttons.  Ana Serrano, the artist behind Es Super Fun, adds her adorable illustrations to all sorts of products including pins and buttons. Hit up her Etsy page or hit up Booth 19 at the LA Craftacular.

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Gold Feeling Myself Pin, $10.00

You are sure to be feelin' yourself in pins from Robin Eisenberg. The LA-based artist and designer draws inspiration from feminism, sex and other rad things. You can find clothing, keychains, patches and pin with Eisenberg's killer art on her site robineisenberg.com or stop by Booth 4 at the LA Spring Craftacular. 

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Racing Hare Brooch, $285.00

Treat yo self with this gorgeous hand carved sterling silver brooch from Rebecca Schiffman. Schiffman's jewelry is inspired by architecture from her native New York City. Get this: after successfully launching her Upper East Side Collection on Kickstarter, the MTA commissioned Schiffman to design a jewelry collection to celebrate Grand Central Terminal’s centennial anniversary. This particular piece is based off 1040 Park Avenue. Check out more of her intricate jewelry on her website or at Booth 22 of the Spring BUST Craftacular in LA.

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