Different Types Of Silicone Bracelets

Your Number One source of top quality and highly customizable silicone bracelets. Whether you want to market your business, publicize your brand or spread a message for a good cause, we’re here to deliver custom rubber bracelets that are sure to fulfill that job.

Check out the bracelet styles we offer to see which one suits your needs best.

Debossed Bracelets

Be in with the common trend with our most popular bracelet type, the debossed bracelets. Available in various colors, debossed bracelets will carry your brand name, slogan or logo with class. We’ll mold your design into the bracelets to create gorgeous items that everyone will love to wear.

Embossed Bracelets

If you want to make your bracelets look more special, then get our embossed bracelets. With this style, your design is not just engraved on the silicone bracelets, but is raised over the surface. This makes your design stand out in the crowd.

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Color-filled Bracelets

With color-filled bracelets, we coat an additional color to the standard debossed bracelets. We fill the recesses of your design with your choice of paint color. This process provides an eye-catching contrast to the bracelets that is visible even from a distance.

Color-coated Bracelets

Color-coated bracelets are our latest bracelet style. Before engraving, we first paint the outside of the bracelets with your preferred color. Once your design is engraved and the process completed, your bracelets will have a contrasting effect that will surely make heads turn.

One-inch Bracelets

One-inch bracelets are the perfect choice if you want to include large designs. The standard bracelet size is half-inch, so with one-inch bracelets, the working space is doubled. You can combine the name, logo and message of your brand all in a single bracelet.

¾-inch Bracelets

If you can’t choose between half-inch and one-inch, then perhaps ¾-inch is what you need. With ¾-inch bracelets, you can make your design larger while not being excessively huge. This bracelet style is becoming more popular with musicians so expect to see a lot of concert-goers wearing them.

Segmented Bracelets

Rubber braceletsBracelets with segmented colors are great for any occasion. You can choose up to three colors to be segmented around the silicone bracelets. This creates brighter, more colorful bracelets that will definitely grab people’s attention. Segmented colors can be used in conjunction with any bracelet style excluding color-coated.

Swirled Bracelets

Swirled colors produce a tie-dyed effect to your custom bracelets. Choose any two or three colors and we’ll swirl these colors together around the bracelets to make them look more colorful. Swirled bracelets are excellent for any organization with multiple color themes. This style can be added to debossed, silk-screened and embossed bracelets.

Silkscreen Bracelets

Silk-screened bracelets are your perfect option if your design includes an elaborate lettering or logo. We’ll take your design and print it onto the bracelets by means of silkscreen process. You can incorporate any logo or text so long as it fits. However, be reminded that silkscreen prints are not as long-lasting as color-filled bracelets.

Key chain Bands

If you want your bracelets to look really different from the others, give our key chain bands a try. We’ll take regular silicone bracelets and attach a special hardware to turn them into keychains. This is a truly unique approach to publicize your brand and message.

Micro Bracelets

Micro bracelets are gaining increased popularity at fundraising events and schools. Since micro bracelets are only ¼-inch, which is half the standard bracelet size, many people wear multiple micro bracelets at once. But because of its small size, we do not recommend this style for intricate designs as they will not be as visible.

Finger Bands

Finger bands are one of the latest items we offer. While silicone bracelets are worn around the wrist, finger bands can be worn similarly as rings. We use the same 100% pure silicone in manufacturing our finger bands so you can guarantee the same high quality as with all our bracelets.

Tips In Creating Your Custom Lanyards

Our company is a one-stop shop for all your lanyard needs. We offer the best service and the best quality products that are tailored for your need. We also make sure that we will guide you in every step to come up with a one of a kind lanyard.

To help you come up with a lanyard that will suit you, here are some tips that will help you create a masterpiece:

Custom lanyards are supposed to be meaningful, fashionable and practical. Choosing the size of the lanyard is important since wearers need to wear it comfortably. It must neither be too long nor too short. Aside from the size, the width, background color and pattern are also important. The color is crucial since it may or may not properly convey the message you want to relay. The above mentioned are also important in determining the style of the lanyard you want to create. Everything must match properly to create a clean and clear output.


Choosing your lanyard material is also crucial since there are tons of choices. The Lanyard Factory offers around seven materials you can choose from. Your choice must depend on the purpose or intended use of the custom lanyards since each material is designed to suit different purposes. The most common lanyard material is Polyester because it is more affordable and the background and imprint color can be matched.

If you want a material with intricate detail, you can choose our woven lanyard. The text and other designs will be directly woven with a thread, which means that they won’t easily fade and will surely last longer. Nylon materials are also available. Nylon is considered as the smoothest material and the printed designs appear to be the clearest among other materials. Tubular materials are made out of tube-stitched polyester and are considered as the most comfortable and durable, among the lot. It does not lose its shape even after long-term use and it does not crease. This means that you can place it anywhere and pack it in whatever way without destroying its shape.

Another material available is dye sublimated. This particular material is best for colourful and complicated designs. We also offer cord lanyards that are considered the best when it comes to visibility. This means that the texts imprinted on the lanyard can easily be spotted even in a large crowd. It is also quite comfortable.

ID HoldersYou also have to decide on the type of attachment, which will suit style. We have around ten different types of attachments you can choose from. It is best to consider what you will place in the attachments before choosing one because there are certain attachments that are mainly designed for heavier items and those that are harder to open. Choosing the right attachment will help you protect and secure your things better. Our attachments include oval hook, thumb hook, thumb trigger, swivel J hook, plastic J hook, no swivel j hook, call loop, key ring, bulldog clip and many more.

Another important thing to consider is the purpose of the lanyard. Custom lanyards are designed to suit whatever purpose the wearer wants them to serve. Keep in mind that the lanyard will represent the wearer and the cause it wants to promote. Choosing the texts, images and logos to include will naturally depend on the purpose. If the custom lanyards will be used to promote a brand or a business, it is recommended to choose a simple yet clear and striking design. This is to send a clearer message to the buyers.

A business may also include its website on the lanyard. If the purpose is for identification, such as those used by students and employees, it is best that the lanyard is comfortable and can blend in any theme of type of clothing. It must not be colourful. Neutral colors are actually more recommended, so these can easily blend in. if the purpose is to catch up with the current trend, multi-colored design is recommended since it will help the wearer stand out.

On the other hand, if the sole purpose is to raise awareness to a social problem or to a disease or disorder, it is recommended that the color and design follow that of the cause’s theme. Almost all causes have adapted a color and style that will represent it. These designs usually appear in wristbands and awareness ribbons. Matching the color with the theme will give a sense of unity among the supporters.

Mistakes A Motivational Speaker Commits

The real essence of motivational speaking is making people feel good about themselves. It is about telling them that they can improve for the better. It is reminding them that they have a chance to act on something good for the betterment of the human race, the environment, or the society.

However, motivational speakers commit mistakes from time to time. Here are a few mistakes a speaker may commit while giving a speech:

Facing the audience without any preparation

keynote speakersSome seasoned speakers become so confident that they forget the value of preparing for a speech. Unless when asked to do an impromptu speech, no motivational speaker is exempted from the golden rule of public speaking. Prepare your speech weeks before the event. It does not matter if it’s your hundredth event. Always treat every speaking opportunity as if it were your first. Keep that attitude and you will succeed in every speech.

Knowing your audience and the event is part of the preparation. You have to know whom you are addressing with your speech. You need to know what kind of event you are attending.

Start preparing once the event organizer gives you the details as to when, where, and what the event is – or even before that. If it is just two days before the event, it is best to decline, unless of course you could construct your speech in that limited time and could pull it off like a pro. Otherwise, do yourself a favor by declining an invitation if you only have limited time to prepare, especially if it is your first speaking endeavor.

Blabbering

Most speakers tend to blabber, especially those who do not prepare for their speech. Ums, ahs, or any mannerisms are evident during a speech. These mannerisms are a nuisance to listeners and could potentially ruin the entire presentation. In addition, these mannerisms are a sign of unpreparedness on the part of the speaker.

To avoid blabbering, compose your speech beforehand. If you have to write it down, do it. Writing your speech makes you stick to the theme of the event. You could organize what to say and what not to say. If you need to memorize your speech, do it. Then, practice to make your way of talking natural.

Forgetting the time

A motivational speaker is always given a limited duration to speak in an event. The time limit depends on what kind of event is taking place and how many speakers are going to talk. It is usually 15 to 30 minutes or an hour. Write down your speech to help you estimate the time and limit your key points to discuss.

For you to know if your speech is within the time limit, read your speech or talk as if you are in front of your audience; record the time and your speech. If it exceeds the time limit, trim down your speech. Listen to your recordings so that you know which part you are removing or revising. Do this routine until you fit everything necessary in the given time limit.

Another way of doing it is to prepare your speech with at least 5 to 10 minutes allowance from the limit you were given. It is easier to add than to trim your speech to fit the limited time.

Making too many jokes

Two to three jokes, strategically incorporated in the entire speech, is okay. When your audience is laughing hysterically, all throughout your speech, you are forgetting your purpose. It may seem okay but try asking them what they have learned. The only thing they remember is that you are a funny person and you should apply as a stand up comedian. It is a compliment if the event is about the funniest experiences, but your event is about motivation. Consider this comment a wake up call when you are doing a motivational talk. It means you can pass as a comedian but not as a motivational speaker.

Do not commit this same mistake. Limit your humorous anecdotes and stick to the real purpose of the speech. As a motivational speaker, you should stick to making people motivated to do something good for themselves or for other people.

Avoiding eye contact

Many speakers commit this mistake. They are so engrossed in speaking that they forget they have an audience. Eye contact establishes connection with your audience. If you want to leave an impression with the people listening to you, it’s necessary to make eye contact. It takes practice but if you make conscious effort to catch the attention of an audience every time you speak in public, you are creating a lifelong impression.

Before the actual speech, practice eye contact with a mock audience like a friend or a colleague. It helps calm nervousness. During the event, before you speak, observe your audience. Take time to study them even for a few minutes before you talk. If you have the opportunity, mingle with them while you are waiting for your turn.

On top of everything, arrive early. You can never inspire people, much less motivate them, if they see you running late for your speech.

Baseball pins and the History of American Baseball

Baseball is often regarded as America’s favorite national pastime and part of this is the tradition to buy, collect and trade baseball pins. It is common for baseball fans and teams to order custom made pins which are used for trading with, promoting their teams to others or just simply giving the items as a gift. This practice promotes healthy camaraderie and probably lasting friendships.

American BaseballBaseball pins for trading or give away can come in different sizes, designs and motif. These specifications may reflect the personality and sentiments of the giver; with that is their loyalty and preferences. Take for example the rhinestone baseball pins which are quite fanciful. This beautifully crafted piece of art is can be described as on the fashionable side and only men and women with distinct taste will be able to pull it off and wear it on special occasions or simply watching a game.

Baseball pins trading and collection is probably a product of a long tradition associated with baseball events. No matter who made started exchanging memorabilia, one thing is for sure, this practice will be handed down to next generations to generation as long people appreciates baseball events and patronize a specific team every season. Somehow, exchanging and giving away these cute tokens lightens the atmosphere after every intense game is over.

There are different types of baseball pins available for ordering depending on what the person desires to see. For instance there are lapel pins, created to be lighter than the big ones. One can wear it on shirt or jacket collars or you may attach it to a favorite baseball cap. Wherever you want to display it, you publicly announce that you are a baseball enthusiast and that is the most fun purpose of the pins.

Record shows that the first Baseball World Series happened in 1903 and Boston of the American League won the game. This piece of history is just a part of the rather complicated and quite interesting background of how American baseball evolved from its first conception to how it is in the current times. I wonder if there are earliest baseball pins in existence maybe dating back to the 1900s when different baseball leagues fought to win the first World Series?

It would be interesting to see an old pin made or circulating during this era. Is there an old one being kept as a vintage collection somewhere and how much would that precious pin cost nowadays? The pins during that time probably depict what was trendy and who were the current baseball stars during that time in baseball history.

In retrospect, those pins and other baseball memorabilia served as silent witnesses to the development of baseball matches in American history. Consequently, this seemingly unimportant article can serve as evidence of the past events, whether glorious or not that affected or still affecting the current issues in this 21st century.

People say that the treatment of sports in different countries mirrors the political and social conditions of that certain country. If there is freedom and sportsmanship emanating from teams and organizers; that the development of athletes and their well-being are cared for, then that country is a peaceful country and an advanced country at that.

Sports is a tool to promote friendship among the nations and that is why baseball’s minor or major league matters a lot not just to players and sports enthusiast but to the whole nation as well. Hence, existing memorabilia such as the pins help in trying to create that atmosphere even at the local level where these events took place.

American Baseball pinsIn relations to this, it is interesting to know if there were organized fan clubs or groups who were in the forefront of trading and distributing these commemorative items along with their favorite players. Did fans and athletes associate at all? Is there a strong bond of friendly relationship between fans and athletes too? Who were the very first fan clubs and for what team have they rooted for in 1903 and after that?

These are questions walking us back to that exciting memory lane. If only baseball memorabilia were also created as a tribute to these loyal people.