How to Create your Own Lanyard and Order in Bulk at Wholesalelanyards

If you’re thinking about buying custom lanyards, you can save more by buying them in a wholesale basis. This bulk purchase is good for companies, offices, schools, organizations, events and awareness programs. However, before that, we’re going to help you create your own lanyard. Wholesalelanyards is one of the very few companies that give you the freedom to pick and create your own lanyard and its attachments and additional options. And today, we’ll be teaching you how to make your own in their website conveniently.

How to Create your Own Lanyard

Step 1:

Go to wholesalelanyards website. If you want to check their prices for various lanyard types first, you can click “PRICING” at the top menu of the site.

Step 2:

Click “LANYARD BUILDER” found in the menu at the top-right corner of the screen.

Step 3:

Here, wholesalelanyards will guide you step-by-step in the process of creating your own lanyard. In the text field beside “Quantity”, type in how many lanyards you want to be produced with your desired design. The minimum quantity to process an order is 100 lanyards.

Step 4:

Select your lanyard type, be it polyester, nylon, woven, dye sublimated, tubular or cord. Click the lanyard of your choice then determine your preferred width. The default size is an inch, but you can always change this to 1/2 in, 3/4 in, or 5/8 inch. If you’re done, click “Next Step” at the bottom to proceed.

Step 5:

LanyardsNow, you can choose your lanyard attachments and options. If you’re feeling a bit thrifty, you can choose free attachments to hold your badge holders such as the swivel J hook, bulldog clip, and key ring or thumb trigger. If you don’t like any of this, you can go to paid attachments including a cellphone loop, oval hook, carabiner hook, thumb hook, plastic J hook and no swivel hook. For additional options, you can pick safety breakaway, buckle release, horizontal badge holders, vertical badge holders, and an adjust bead. Again, if you’re done, click “Next Step” so you’ll be led to the next page.

Step 6:

Now, you’re ready to build your lanyard imprint design! For your convenience, our site has provided small blue “I” icons on each section, so you can hover over them and get more information. To preview your lanyard, there is an “example lanyard display” to the left of the screen. This immediately changes when you start picking out or changing your options.

Pick your lanyard color by clicking “Select Lanyard Color”, then select your imprint pattern and decide on the colors and font style of the text or phrases as well as the clip art (if there’s any) that you wish to use. If you want to use your own custom logo or text, you’ll have to fill out our Free Quote form.

Step 7:

Once done, click “Add to Cart” at the bottom of the page.

Step 8:

If you want to make changes in your order, click the tool icon at the right side or the “Continue Shopping” button below, which let you edit the item. However, if you’re satisfied with your order, you can click “Checkout”.

Step 9:

Fill in the details that we need for the shipping contact and address. Make sure every field is correct to avoid inaccurate delivery. Take a second to read wholesalelanyards’ important shipping information, too, which informs you or order, will take 2-3 weeks. If you’re sure you like the lanyard you designed and of the details you entered, click “Continue” at the bottom of the page.

Step 10:

If you want your order to be rushed, you can leave a comment in the comments field of the page and we will contact you as soon as possible.

Conclusion

ID lanyards are more than just an expression of your fashion or campaign. They also create identity within your company or business, which builds consistent branding. While other sites also offer printing ID lanyards, we make it a point to deliver high quality ID lanyards for your organization, company, event, or campaign, and offer them at affordable prices, especially if you purchase in bulk. We, at wholesalelanyards, have been the choice of esteemed companies such The Home Depot, Amazon.com, and so much more.