Knowing What to Put On Your Double Sided Challenge CoinsPosted by Signature Coins | April 26, 2011 at 11:49am | Topic: 3d Challenge Coins
Challenge coins are extremely versatile. From their humble beginnings in World War I, they have come a long way in terms of quality and design. In fact, custom challenge coins are so highly regarded that groups aside from the military opt to use them to award, educate, and promote.
With that being said, it is very important to know what types of items can be included in your custom design. Opting to create double sided challenge coins gives you ample space to incorporate all of the important details you want included in your artwork.
Selecting the Size, Shape, and Style of Your Custom Coins
For example, in addition to being able to choose the size, shape, and style of your challenge coins, did you know that you can also select what type of artwork that is included on them? This can be as simple or elaborate as you would like.
You Don't Have to Be an Artist
In fact, you don't have to be a talented artist to create a design that commands attention. Simply submit your ideas to us and our team of designers will do the work for you. This allows you to have the challenge coin that meets your needs versus the one that will "just do for now".
Decorative Edges and Sequential Numbering
You can also choose a decorative edge or sequential numbering as two more ways to set your challenge coins apart from others. Details like these add to the attractiveness of your product's design and make interesting conversation pieces. Who doesn't like a coin that is rich in detail as well as meaning?
3D Molds and Glow-in-the-Dark Enamel
A 3D mold is another way to make your images appear more realistic. If you have a photograph with fine detail, you can capture every line with precision. Photographs of people and wildlife are ideal for challenge coins. That's because they make great focal points.
Glow-in-the-Dark enamel is also very eye-catching. Even with the lights off, challenge coins steal the show. If you want your designs to be bold and noticeable, you should consider adding a feature that makes your coins pop.