When it comes to trading pins for little league baseball and softball teams, the goal is to have a highly desired pin so that you can easily trade with other teams. Each week, we have been offering tips to help you achieve this goal. This week, we are going to look at adding player numbers to your trading pins.
As you can see from the pin posted with this blog, adding numbers is as easy as letting us know all of your team’s numbers. Once our artists have all of the player’s numbers, they can show you how to best fit them onto a pin. Some creative ways we have done this in the past is to put the numbers inside of baseballs or softballs.
We can put the numbers inside of gloves or even put the numbers inside of a smaller version of your team mascot. We can arrange the numbers in many different ways. In the trading pin you see here, we have them arching below the pin. There is no set way that they have to be arranged, it can be completely up to you.
Some teams prefer a random pattern of numbers, some like to put the order on the pin that matches the batting line up, or you can always just put them in numerical order. Adding glitter to your numbers is also a great way to attract attention to your trading pin. There is something about glitter that positively affects how people view the pin.
Stay tuned for future posts that will cover more trading pin tips from the pros. With baseball and softball season fast approaching, it is one topic we’ll be writing about a lot. As always, you can direct your questions or inquiries to us by emailing email@example.com or calling 1-800-252-0904 toll-free. We also have a convenient online free quote request form. You can find it by visiting http://www.lapelpinsplus.com/quote.html.