“The lettering that I ordered was to replace the covered model identification number on a newly wrapped motorcycle panel. I ordered the reflective vinyl for added visibility and it works perfectly. Installation was a no- brainer. The website is almost a video game; very intuitive and allows creativity. Just placed another order for custom guitar logos.”
“Great customer service to design the custom work we needed to name our 2008 Yamaha SX230, "Rxscape". The person who took care of us was very patient with all the little adjustments we requested until we finally found exactly the look we wanted. (Thanks!) :)
We used 5" tall letters and they fit great. The sticker came quickly and it was a breeze to install.”
“This lettering turned out great! I was looking for something to put on the handlebars of my Harley motorcycle and I wasn’t sure how these would turn out because the letters needed to be so small. I decided that for the price it was worth the gamble. But they worked perfectly and look amazing. People have been surprised to discover that it’s a decal and not engraved lettering. I went for the option of having the letters pre-cut because I didn’t want to do it myself considering how small they were, and I’m very glad I did. It was very easy to install. Thank you so much DIY Lettering for helping me easily and affordably add a custom touch to my bike! I will definitely recommend your products!”
“A very professional website for designing the lettering. The lettering came out beautiful and met all my expectations for quality. Using the wet method, the hailing port applied perfectly. Unfortunately, I have some wrinkles in "Heather". I attribute this to the slight curve of the transom and my hinging the application along the top border. I should have hinged from the left edge and wrapped it around the transom. Evoking your guarantee, I'd love to try again if you send me another "Heather".”
Vinyl Lettering Use: To apply boat name and hailing port on the transom of my sailboat.
Vinyl Lettering Style: Script MT
“When I ordered them originally they never showed up and the USPS tracking number just stopped tracking and I sent an email to DIY lettering and they checked and found the package was lost so they remade new ones and overnighted with FedEx and that worked perfect.
Then about 2 weeks later the original order did show up but the envelope was not in great shape and the lettering was all wavy and one was partly creased. I put them in a book to flatten which I have not pulled out yet to see if they are ok to use although I don’t have places to use since I special ordered these to have the adhesive on the face so I can stick to the inside of the car window since we are in Chicago and the winter would destroy them when cleaning ice of the windows.
But overall I was very happy with the customer service and the replacement process and how it all worked out and I was going to be placing another order soon.”