Enamel Pin, Echidna and Flannel FlowerJesse Irwin
Echidna and Flannel Flower - both native to New South Wales, echidnas and flannel flowers both dig into the dirt to survive bushfires. Echidna spines grow back after being burnt away, and flannel flowers bloom after they are burnt. Each hard enamel Echidna pin is 40mm (1.5”) wide. The pins have two posts on the back, with black rubber clutches. You can add locking pin backs for extra security by adding the item in my store.