The main reason most people collect Disney pins is that they’re fun to look at. They’re miniature works of art and cost a lot less than many other high-quality Disney collectibles. Most of my collection is kept in a large box and I take them out whenever I want to look at them. But some pins are just too nice to put away.
For my Haunted Mansion pins, I found frames that I liked and took the glass out. I positioned the pins where I wanted them to be and lightly pressed the pin into the backing board of the frame. Then using a compass I pushed a hole through the backing board.
Using scrapbook paper and fancy paper punches I made a design I liked and cut it to fit the frame. I then pushed the pins through the paper and the holes I previously made in the backing board. I put the pin backs on to hold them in place and voila I had a great display piece!