Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatter Pin Set Accessory

Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatter Pin Set
Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatter Pin Set
Product Description

We all go a little mad sometimes… but usually, it’s not really a big deal. So you go wild and decide to skip a day of school, or wear mismatching socks, or swap the jelly for hot sauce in your peanut butter and jelly sandwich. These are pretty normal bouts of madness, really. Nothing to worry about. No one is going to be calling the insane asylum any time soon.

But there are some people who take madness to the next level… people so mad, tales of their insanity are told long after they’re gone. And no one is madder than the Mad Hatter. (It’s all in the name, after all.) This is a guy who has Very Happy Un-Birthdays (which, to be fair, is kinda brilliant. Imagine all the presents he receives!) and wild tea parties where he always switches seats. He’s also charged by the Queen of Hearts with “murdering time,” though we honestly have no idea what that means. And who knows the answer to his famous riddle, “Why is a raven like a writing desk?” Not even he knows!

If you’re going to dress up like this crazy codger, you’ll need a hat—and the Mad Hatter will be the first to tell you that every hat needs a good hatpin! Try this officially licensed Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatter Pin Set. The four gold-tone metal stick pins each have a different head referencing something from Wonderland. Wear one of them or all of them to complete your outfit. You’ll make the Mad Hatter proud!

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Items Included
  • Set of 4 Stick Pins
Product Highlights
  • Pins range in length from 6" to 7.5"
  • Gold-tone metal stick pins each have a different head
  • Each has a protective cap over its point
  • Officially licensed
Size Chart
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Standard Length 6" - 7 1/2" 15cm - 19cm
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