Here at Challenge Coins 4 Less, we aim to deliver topnotch challenge coins that suit our customers’ needs. That includes using high quality materials, ensuring fast production time, and providing excellent customer service. Of course, we also won’t forget the amazing overall appearance of the finished products.
In order to do this, we hired the most creative and inspired artists to help us actualize your designs and transfer them from your imagination to actual coins. All you need to do is to give us your design so that we can start working our magic.
We accept your ideas in any form they make take, be it in a very detailed adobe file, drawings on paper, or just a descriptive paragraph. Telling us what you want to appear on your coin is the very first step in creating your custom coins, and the most fun part, too!
Before you start visualizing how you want your challenge coins to turn out though, below are a few points you should consider.
First, make the most out of the tiny canvass.
Do not let the tiny size of the coin restrict you from creating a wonderful work of art. Instead, maximize it! Words, images, logos, and other symbols representing your company or organization can be placed there. Think of all the elements you want to see on both sides of the coin, make a rough draft for it, and evaluate whether or not putting these elements together will look good. Also, remember that Challenge Coins 4 Less is not limiting you to just having a circular challenge coin. We do dog-tags and square-shaped ones too!
Second, put your best foot forward!
Now that you know what things to put on your coin, it is good to devote ample space for the most important element so that people can immediately see it and identify the coin. For example, if you are a business, the logo of the company might be a good thing to highlight.
Third, think of colors-
Yes, coins can have colors! Colors make them pop and attract more attention, which should be advantageous especially if you’re planning to give the coins away as souvenirs. Do not go overboard with it though. Keep in mind that coins still look more classic when they bear a very small amount of colored paint, or none at all.
Fourth, choose your metal finish wisely-
This is a very important factor in the overall appearance of your coin. This is where you decide if you want it gold, silver, or nickel. You also get to choose if you want it just polished, antique, or dual-toned. The simple polish usually works best with colors, while the more artistic metal finishes usually work better if you don’t use too much color.
Fifth, decorate the edge-
This is optional, though. If you think your coin could use a little more detail, then you can opt to turn the flat edge of the coin into a rope-cut edge or a diamond-cut edge. Just make sure that these additional details are not too far from the general theme of your challenge coin.
Sixth, think of the packaging, too-
How would you like to wrap your coins? This completes the theme of the challenge coin you are designing. Challenge coins 4 Less offers a wide array of choices for your packaging, including pouches, capsules, boxes, and coin stands. You just need to take your pick.
Lastly, review the design-
Look at its details closely, and do not forget to consider that the size of these details will be reduced drastically. Make sure they look good even when they are tiny. Ask for comments from your friends or colleagues, so that you get a second opinion on the matter.
Once you have finished the design for your coin, give us a ring, and our artists would be very happy to assist you in polishing your design. Do not worry if you’re not happy with how it turned out the first time, because we do not charge an extra for revisions. We would be happy to work closely with you until we come up with a design that you approve of.
The sky is the limit for your creativity when designing your challenge coin, so let it run wild!
Here at www.challengecoins4less.com, we aim to deliver topnotch challenge coins that suit our customers’ needs. We offers a wide array of choices for your packaging, including pouches, capsules, boxes, and coin stands.