It’s that time of year again. It’s time to start thinking about your custom baseball or softball trading pin design. What can you do to make your pins stand out this year? If it’s your first time ordering from us, you’ll want to know what different types of pins that we offer so you can choose the one that is the most fitting for your players.
Here are the styles of trading pins that we can create for you:
- Sliders. Consisting of two pieces, a slider slides across a stationary piece giving the appearance of movement when interacted with.
- Spinners. Like a slider, spinners have two pieces. The fixed piece provides the foundation for the pin whereas the spinning piece moves to create a unique and memorable memento.
- Blinkies. Consisting of one or two blinking lights, this style of trading pin is operated with an on/off switch. It is one of the most visually attractive pin styles that we offer.
- Danglers. Once again, this type of trading pin has two pieces. One is stationary. The other consists of a dangling charm. This is a great way to promote your sport of choice by making the charm a baseball or softball bat, glove or ball.
- Bobble Heads. A stationary piece makes up the body while a spring loaded piece makes up the head. When flicked, the head “bobbles”. This style of pin is perfect for showing off team mascots.
We can make your pins even more memorable by adding glitter, cut outs or silkscreens to your design. Let us know how we can best represent your team. Our talented team of artists want you to be satisfied with the final product.
Beat the rush by getting your custom trading pin order in today. Contact us with your request for a no obligation, free price quote and digital file containing the custom artwork that we created for you. Email your ideas to email@example.com. If you’d rather speak to us directly, you can call 1-800-252-0904 toll-free. This will give you the opportunity to ask questions and to receive the knowledge and support needed to create a custom trading design that is sought after by other teams.