The first step in creating your custom lapel pins is to decide what "type" of pin your want.....Hard enamel, Soft Enamel or Offset Printed.
Hard Enamel pins are considered the "Cadillac" of pins. They are smooth, professional looking and will last an eternity.
Soft Enamel is not quite as smooth as Hard Enamel. You can "feel the ridges". They can be done in color or metal tones as shown above. This is your least expensive optioin, at least in smaller quantities.
If you want an exact replica of your artwork, including fine details and "shading", Offset Printing is your choice. This process "prints" your image onto a thin piece of stainless steel, then coats it with epoxy.
The next decision you need to make is what size pin you want. This photo should help.
The other piece of information I'll need is the quantity to plan to order. The minimum order is 100 pins. The unit price drops at every 100 above that.
Email me with the information you've developed, including any artwork you have, and I'll get back to you with a price quote.