Battlefield Blue: poppy lapel pin [large]

Designed for the Battlefield Blue poppy project SHOP:101023619
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To raise support and awareness of the effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a blue poppy has been designed as part of the Battlefield Blue poppy project. The Battlefield Blue poppies have been handmade from the spent lead of 303 bullets, which have been collected from an ex-military firing range and symbolize the transformation of destruction into something of beauty. The blue poppies aim to raise awareness of PTSD and depression, and raise much needed funds for military and emergency services.

Lapel pin measures 3cm and attaches with a goldtone push pin.







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