Pin size is a matter of personal preference. We can’t tell you what size is best for you. BUT we can provide a visual ? 0.75″ pin compared to a quarter 1″ pin compared to a quarter 1.25″ pin compared to a quarter 1.5″ pin compared to a quarter 1.75″ pin compared to a quarter 2″ pin compared to a quarter
Here some simple guidelines to follow for successful pin design creation.
What kind of artwork do you need to make a pin? Let us tell you 🙂 Bottomline – the dream file is a vector or .ai. Second best would be a high resolution JPEG or PDF.
LE or sequential numbering is a popular thing with pins. LE simply stands for “Limited Edition”. If you find a pin that has “5/100” that means your pin is #5 out of 100 pins made. There is a very large pin trading world out there. These LE’s are very important. Buyers like to know that their pin is one of a limited amount. As these pins sell out they become harder to find. On pin trading pages you will often see rare [...]
Not all glow in the dark is created equal. Glow powder is mixed into the color enamel applied to the pin. Depending on how much time and care the factory puts into mixing the glow powder will determine the results. We are happy with our factory partner.
One of the first questions we ask anyone we work with is do they want hard or soft enamel pins. Often times we can feel their deer in headlights look even though we aren’t looking at them. This video should clear it up for you. Bottomline. Smooth = hard and ridges = soft enamel.