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Custom Baseball Trading Pins

The baseball trading pin has become a popular tradition among young baseball players and baseball fans. These custom enamel pins are small collectibles that players can trade with each other to commemorate games, tournaments, and special events. 

Custom baseball trading pins are a great way to show a baseball team’s togetherness and create a unique keepsake for a fan or player. These pins can be designed in any style, shape or color to match the team logo and colors. The lapel pin manufacturer offers a variety of customization options, including soft enamel, hard enamel, and printing. 

Baseball World Series trade pins are highly sought after by collectors. Created in honor of the annual World Series, these pins feature unique designs and colors. Some collectors and fans even travel to different stadiums to collect pins from each team in the tournament. They will really enjoy the feeling of collecting.

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Benefits of collecting baseball trading pins​

Personal Satisfaction: Many collectors derive a sense of personal satisfaction from acquiring and displaying their baseball trading pins. It can be a way to connect with a favorite team, player or fond memory.

Collecting and exchanging baseball trading pins can also be a social activity. Many collectors enjoy attending games and events, as well as going to baseball games, where they can trade pins and make new friends with other collectors or fans.

Collecting baseball trading badges is also a good investment strategy. Some trading pins increase in value over time, especially limited edition or commemorative pins, making them a potentially lucrative asset over time and followers.

This is the ultimate benefit, collecting baseball trading pins is a fun and exciting hobby that allows fans to express their love for the game and connect with fellow enthusiasts. Fans and collectors alike can find satisfying joy in collecting baseball trading pins.

Different Types of Trading Pins

Baseball trading pins have become an integral part of the baseball culture, representing team spirit and camaraderie among players and fans. These collectible pins are often traded at tournaments, games, and events, allowing players and supporters to connect and celebrate their love for the sport.

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Soft Enamel Pins Cost

100 200 300 500 750 1000 2000 3000 5000 10000
0.75" $2.81 $1.73 $1.26 $1.05 $0.96 $0.92 $0.82 $0.69 $0.60 $0.49
1" $2.24 $1.73 $1.33 $1.09 $1.00 $0.94 $0.84 $0.71 $0.63 $0.54
1.25" $2.30 $1.90 $1.42 $1.14 $1.04 $0.97 $0.89 $0.76 $0.67 $0.56
1.5" $2.44 $2.07 $1.67 $1.23 $1.12 $1.06 $0.95 $0.82 $0.75 $0.61
1.75" $2.71 $2.29 $1.88 $1.46 $1.34 $1.28 $1.20 $1.05 $0.95 $0.87
2" $2.88 $2.46 $2.05 $1.62 $1.51 $1.45 $1.36 $1.22 $1.11 $1.03

Upgrade Crafts Of Enamel Pins

Glitter Enamel

Glitter Enamel

Gemstones

Gemstones

Epoxy-Dome

Epoxy-Dome

Glow in Dark Enamel

Glow in Dark Enamel

Hanging-Chains

Hanging-Chains

Sliders

Sliders

Spinner

Spinner

Transparent Enamel

Transparent Enamel

Plating Options

gold-plating

Gold-Plating

Nickel-Plating

Nickel Plating

Sliver-plating

Sliver Plating

Antique-Gold

Antique Gold

Antique-Nickel

Antique Nickel

Antique-Silver

Antique Silver

Antique-Copper

Antique Copper

Antique- bronze

Antique Bronze

copper-plating

Copper Plating

Options & Accessories

Butterfly-Clutch

Butterfly Clutch

Rubber Clutch

Rubber Clutch

Deluxe Clutch

Deluxe Clutch

Magnet

Magnet

Safety-Pin

Safety Pin

Poly-Bag

Poly Bag

Backer Card

Backer Card

Plastic-Box

Plastic Box

velvet box

Velvet Box

velvet-bag

Velvet Bag

How baseball trading pins became a part of baseball culture

Baseball trading pins have been hanging around since the early days of the game, when players rocked these small team pins to rep their crew. Back then, it was all about showing off your team affiliation. Fast forward, and this tradition has gone full glam, with pins sporting flashy team logos, mascots, and all sorts of team identity bling.

Just like baseball’s popularity, these trade pins blew up. Fans started snagging them as souvenirs, and players got in on the action, swapping pins to build bonds between teams and cheer on their fellow ballers.

Nowadays, trading pins are as much a part of baseball as peanuts and crackerjacks. Teams from little league to the big leagues create their own custom pins, decked out in team colors and symbols. They’re doling them out to fans, players, coaches—you name it. These little badges of honor end up on lanyards, jackets, and bags. Before and after games, there’s this whole pin-swapping scene where fans and players connect and build friendships.

But it’s not just about team spirit and community vibes. Baseball trading pins are a hot commodity for collectors. Enthusiasts are on the lookout for rare and one-of-a-kind designs to beef up their stash. Custom baseball trading pins are killing it in the collector game, scratching that itch for something unique.

Some collectors geek out on pins from specific teams or eras, while others are all about the variety pack. And now, there’s a whole online scene—forums, trade groups—where pinheads can link up, swap stories, and trade pins like it’s a high-stakes poker game.

As the love for baseball trading pins has blown up, so has the creativity. Today’s pins are like mini masterpieces, with crazy details, vibrant colors, and shapes that’ll make your head spin. They’re not just team pride symbols; these pins are straight-up works of art.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How to make soft enamel lapel pins

To create soft enamel lapel pins, begin by designing your desired artwork. Once the design is ready, a mold is made by etching the design onto a metal plate. The metal base, usually brass or copper, is then cut into the desired shape and plated with finishes like gold, silver, or nickel. 

Next, each recessed area of the design is filled with enamel paint, using a small brush or syringe. Afterward, the pin is baked to cure and solidify the enamel. Once cooled, the pin undergoes a polishing process to create a smooth surface and enhance its visual appeal. 

A pin backing or fastener is attached to the back, and a thorough quality check ensures a flawless outcome. The result is a soft enamel lapel pin with vibrant colors, textured details, and a professional finish.

What are soft enamel pins?

Soft enamel pins are a type of lapel pin that features a design with recessed areas filled with colored enamel paint. The term “soft” refers to the texture of the enamel after it is baked and cooled. Soft enamel pins have a slightly raised metal outline around each colored section, creating a dimensional and textured appearance.

How to make hard enamel lapel pins

Create a mold of the design, etching it onto a metal plate or using a digital printing method. Apply enamel paint to each recessed area, ensuring it fills up to the metal surface. Allow the enamel to dry before polishing the pin to remove excess enamel and create a smooth surface.

Bake the pin to harden the enamel and achieve a glossy finish. Then, grind and buff the pin to ensure the enamel is level with the metal surface. 

Finally, attach a pin backing, such as a butterfly clutch or rubber clutch, to complete the hard enamel lapel pin. The result is a durable, high-quality pin with a polished appearance and vibrant colors.

What are your lapel pins made from?

We use a range of metals to produce our pins. The most popular kinds are made of brass, steel, and zinc. The base metal is determined by the type and form of pin.

What metal plating options do you offer for your pin?

We provide standard platings in gold, silver, and copper with every order. We also provide improved antique finishes that give your pins a worn appearance.

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