1989 Fleer Pendant Chains
Handmade baseball card jewelry
Throughout the 80's, Fleer didn't design many memorable sets. However, they finally hit one out of the park in 1989 with their gray and white vertical stripes on both the front and backs of the cards. I cropped the cards to create a yellow and stripe effect. It makes for a pretty cool dog tag-like chain to wear, or use on a key ring.
More about my baseball card pendant chains
I had been wanting to make some smaller craft-like items to offer as inexpensive baseball card art to fans of my work. So, I repurposed some junk wax and turned them into cool dog tag-like chains.
- Cards are cut carefully to display the player's name and fit inside the 1" x 2" pendant.
- They are sealed with a poured coat of clear epoxy resin, and left overnight to dry.
- The included chain is 30 inches long, and can be easily cut at home to make a shorter necklace, or use on a key chain.
- Each pendant is handmade by yours truly, Matthew Lee Rosen.