More than any other design element, our artists at AllAboutPins spend much our changing color schemes and helping our clients experiment with different shades to give their custom pins the exact look they want. You don’t need to be a professional designer to make a color palette for your custom pins. A little knowledge of […]
You’ve put a ton of thought into every part of a custom pin’s design, but don’t let sizing trip you up when it’s got a big impact. In today’s Custom Pins 101, let’s quickly cover the factors you should think about when choosing a pin’s size.
Knowing Your Pin Backs and Attachments From jackets and shirts to book bags and purses, pin attachments keep your custom pins, well, pinned and make a pin a pin. However, they’re too often an afterthought in the design process. With designers spending their time and energy adding line detail and polish to their pin designs but neglecting […]
Not sure of the difference between soft enamel, hard enamel or die-struck pins? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.
Excitement is in the air as baseball teams from across the country get ready to gather in Cooperstown, New York for the 2010 Little League World Series. In addition to getting the chance to play their hearts out, the young athletes look forward to swapping their custom baseball trading pins with other teams. Pin trading […]