Furry Fantasy - Quest Cat enamel pins
cute little enamel pins inspired by classic fantasy role playing games - perfect for adding to a collection, or starting a new one
This project will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Fri, September 28 2018 10:13 AM UTC +00:00.
You can help me make these cute li'l adventurers into a set of enamel pins. Inspired by classic role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons, these little guys are ready for anything, and perfect for adding to your pin collection, or starting a brand new one!
Gather your party - it's time for an adventure!
These cute little guys are ready for a quest! Each character will be made as a soft enamel pin with black nickel plating. Each pin will come packed on a printed backing card made from nice thick card with a satin finish, perfect for display.
Eve pins will be 25mm tall. The other characters vary in size from 22mm up to 30mm
The main goal will allow me to make 100 pins of Eve the cat. Each stretch goal after that will unlock 100 of a new character. At the end of the campaign, you'll be able to pick from any of the unlocked characters.
For £8, you can get a single pin for your support in helping me to make them. You can also pledge for 2 pins at £14, with a 25% discount on the second pin. You could get one for yourself, and one for a friend!
As the stretch goals are unlocked, I'll add new reward tiers to allow you to pledge for more pins, in case you want to collect them all. Each additional pin in any reward will always have that 25% discount.
The goal of £300 covers the cost of production of pins and backing cards, plus the shipping, Kickstarter fees, and some extra funding as a buffer, just in case.
Risks and challenges
Issues with design manufacturability
If there are any problems with the design, meaning it needs to be altered before manufacture, there will be a delay in sending out rewards.
I've worked with the manufacturer on my previous pin project, so I know they have a great design team who can sort any problems out pretty quickly.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter