Vinyl Lettering Use: I applied the lettering to magnetic vinyl and used this last application for the Veterans Day Parade. I represented the US Army Warrant Officers Association in my 1955 Chevy Bel Air. I use the magnetic material because the background matches the color on my car, so the lettering looks like I applied it to the paint. Previously I did the Colby Cruise in Everett, WA. The theme is classics so I applied Lost in the 60's on one side and Cruisin Colby on the other. I won best cruiser award out of 600 cars. Obviosly the car won, but the signage drew attention to it. I have also done Just Married for the rear of my Bel Air and participated in 3 weddings.
“I tried an "aging" technique on the board and then applied the lettering. Arrow was affixed higher. Worked great! The easel & sign were placed in a woodland setting & looked so perfect for the decor.”
“I have been searching for a fast and easy way to get lettering done and I finally found it. The website was easy to use and the application of the letters was very easy. Contacting the company was auick and easy, as well as friendly. I'd definitely recommend others to try this out.”
Vinyl Lettering Use: Company identification of a vehicle
Vinyl Lettering Style: Algerian
“I've already had a sign company stop and ask how I made the sign. Everyone loves how it stands out as you drive by. It really grabs your attention.
These were big letters and would be difficult to apply if not experienced in such things.”
Vinyl Lettering Use: Customization of Hockey Goalie Mask.
Vinyl Lettering Style: Borilla
“I have no complaints whatsoever. The lettering came out perfectly, and adds a nice finishing touch to my model sailboat. The option to curve the lettering to match the boat's transom was a real plus.”