What is Vinyl Lettering?
Our vinyl letters are precision cut from a very, very thin and flexible sheet of colored vinyl. (About as thick as a good coat of paint) The vinyl is coated on the back with a strong adhesive, and backed with a smooth carrier paper. After the letters are cut and prepared, they are covered with a piece of "transfer tape" which is the key to perfect placement. Even though you rub them to adhere them, they are not rub on letters.
Note: The letters are CUT from the vinyl, not printed on a big shiny ugly clear sticker.
What can I do with it?
The possibilities are limitless. Take a look at the samples on our sight for ideas and then just go crazy! You'll be searching your house for places to put more letters. The mailbox? Yeah! On the fridge? You know it!
Where can I put it?
You can adhere your letters to any clean, fairly smooth surface. Ideally, the smoother the better. A painted board, a smooth or lightly textured wall, glass, metal, plexi-glass, stone or ceramic tiles... you get the idea.
Vinyl WILL NOT stick to fabrics. Okay... it will stick, but it won't stay there!
We offer two different types of vinyl. The matte removable interior vinyl is for your walls and indoor signs. For vehicles, we recommend our hi-performance super shiny vinyl... it'll last for years on your car or mailbox.
**********I am craft challenged. Will I be able to do this? Is it hard?
No. It is not difficult. Even the anti-craft can create something that looks absolutely professional.
We're here to answer questions, explain what to do and help you in any way we can.
*********How big can we make the letters?
There is no limit to the height or length. We can make up to a 29" letter or graphic without splicing. Our 24" clock faces are cut on one big piece and laid on as a big sticker. And...larger images are easier to handle when divided into smaller sections. We always provide you with registration marks or a placement drawing so you'll be able to install without any guess work.
We can go as small as a half inch letter depending on the font. A chunky font reduces better than a thin font. Tiny letters are harder to produce, cost more and create much whining and pulling of hair.
Where are you located, and can I visit your shop?
We are in Tremonton Utah, approximately 90 miles north of Salt Lake City.
We have a retail location and welcome your visit. We're open 10 - 6 Monday thru Friday.
There's a selection of pre-cut letters on the wall, some gift items, cute ideas and sometimes there's a dog (he likes cute girls to throw the ball for him).
Feel free to call in and place your order ahead of time and we'll have it ready for you to pick up. Saves a little postage and I love meeting my customers.