Do It Your Self Lettering 10.21.16

Well, it’s getting that time of the year again when folks begin gearing up for the holiday season. There are always company parties, getting together with friends and family and fellowshipping. Catching up with the lives of those that may not see much throughout the year. So, when you are the one entertaining these holiday guests, why not add a little personality to the gathering?


Custom Vinyl Lettering is a great and inexpensive way to add flare and individuality to items in the home. Established companies like Lettering on the Cheap can assist in inspiring you with great ideas and simple instructions so you and your family can all participate in creating custom items and great memories.

One example would be monogramed wine glasses with etched vinyl lettering. The process is simple to design, order and apply and LOTC is ready to assist every step of the way. Start by answering a few questions about what you intend to do with the lettering. For example, what surface will the lettering be installed on. In this case, you would choose glass. Next, you will be taken to the design tool that has everything you need to create the perfect monogram. You’ll select your ideal font, the size of the monogram and the color. Once complete, you’ll place the order and can expect to receive your design within 2-3 business days.

Once you receive your new customized monogram, installation is a snap. Simply follow the instructions or, if needed, check one of the “How To” videos that gives very detailed demonstrations on exactly how to install your new vinyl on the surface you want. There are countless uses for vinyl in the home. It can be used on glasses, windows, china, walls plus many, many more, the only limit is your imagination.

So what are you waiting for? Be the hit of the Holiday Season and order you custom vinyl letters today!


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