Vinyl Lettering Use: I am a missionary to Malawi C. Africa. I needed lettering informing the populous of our mission work. I needed lettering that would stand up to the environment on a two tonne lorry used in the work
Vinyl Lettering Style: Aachen
“This was an awesome product that was way more easy to install then I thought. I've been impressing everybody who sees it and raving about how versatile your website is on the high level of customization of the lettering but at the same time not overwhelming.”
“I am pleased with the outcome of this project. DIY Lettering was the best option for designing and applying new lettering for my office. The extensive font library allowed me to match our lettering with other surrounding offices, which made the project even more beneficial. Once familiarized with the design process (about 10-15 minutes), I found putting together the lettering project easy. I'm glad to have found this website. Small business owners, like myself, need great DIY options; this company (DIY Lettering) worked very well for me.”
Vinyl Lettering Use: Front and back door signage for new office.
Vinyl Lettering Style: Georgia
“My husband and I recently moved and wanted our mailman to be able to leave the mail that was ours and keep the mail that was not. We selected the size, color, font and layout in a few simple steps and received exactly what we had ordered in a timely fashion. The application instructions were included in the packaging and allowed for an easy application to our mail box. The quality is top notch!”
“I am a teacher for a vocational school in the auto collision repair department. Since we are Philadelphia fans, we decided to do a car hood in tribute to the Super Bowl Champion Eagles. Your lettering became an integral part of the design.”
Vinyl Lettering Use: The letters were used on the hood for a car
“Thank you. Wanted to give local business a go. However no responses. So I was capable enough to handle myself.
Very easy to use web sight and came right away. I will be keeping you on file for next time.
“I had just painted the transom of my boat myself with two-part epoxy for the first time.. I was going to hire a "professional" to do the lettering as I thought that's just what you do.
I scheduled an appointment with the guy and he never showed up at the marina. When he did decide to show up, he told me it was going to be weeks and it would be about $500.
$500 Dollars? Really? I thought, I'm a pretty handy guy, maybe I can letter it myself.
I started searching the internet for boat lettering and stumbled across Doityourselflettering.com .
The staff was so helpful over the phone and helped me with the correct font size and answered all my questions about installation. He told me if I screwed the whole thing up that he would replace the decal for FREE. I suddenly felt an heir of confidence, so after a crash training session over the phone on installation, I ordered the name and hailing port.
I ordered online and had it sent next day air as I couldn't control myself. I was really excited to do the job.
The installation was incredibly easy. I used the method of wetting everything down so I could re-position the lettering to make it straight, etc.
Everyone on the dock was so impressed with my work, I have three people that want to pay me to do theirs. Since I have absolutely no time for other people's boat projects, I gladly gave them the web-site address and told them to call Doityourselfboatlettering for moral support.
Everything cost me about $43 including shipping to do the entire job. Installation - 30 minutes.
Don't pay someone to do this. You can create your own custom design and the self satisfaction of a job well done. Just do exactly as they tell you and you too can be a professional boat letterer such as I.
Goldie's Skipper - (Thomas)”