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Frequently Asked Questions About Lettering
Many people like to incorporate decorative lettering for their scrapbooks, banners, invitations and clothing. Those skilled at calligraphy can apply their own letters to announcements and the like. Others use computer programs and software to come up with the lettering font and style of their choice, as well as stencils and templates. Here are some frequently asked questions about lettering:

Do You Offer Tattoo Art?
Many people like tattoo art. Choose from thousands of tattoo lettering fonts online so you can custom design your own tattoo. Take the design to a tattoo parlor and the artist will know exactly what you want to incorporate on your body. The process is easy. Online, make your own tattoo, download it, then print it out. Some are free applications while other websites require a fee.

Can I Make Stencils?
Stencils are templates made from heavy cardstock, plastic or metal. They feature cutouts of wording and pictures which you place over an object such as shirts and hats. You then apply light coatings of paint or ink. Take away the stencil to reveal your design, ideal for wall borders, scrapbooking and other crafts. Again, you can create these stencils online or take your request to a print shop for professionals to handle the job.

What Choices Do You Offer for Calligraphy?
Calligraphy adds a decorative, classy touch to any wedding invitation. Calligraphy is basically the decorative art of handwriting using a special pen or brush. This old fashioned type of visual art harks back decades, featuring a fancy script, hand or alphabet style of writing. You’ll often see calligraphy used in wedding invitations, logo design, religious art, memorials and announcements. Computer software programs feature many fonts to choose from, which you can apply to anything from paper to clothing.

 
 
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Sunday's Professional Letter Print Designs
1149 Thomas St Nw, Washington, DC 20001
You will love the creative prints of Sunday's Professional Letter Print Designs. These letter designs can't be found anywhere other than Washington, DC.
(202) 770-4384
Blazing Signs & Embroidery
3821 Spring Meadow Dr, Ellicott City, MD 21042
Providing custom uniforms and perform embroidery of logos for polos, golf shirts, sweat shirts, hoodies and jackets. Choose us when you want to advertise your product on work shirts and corporate wear.
(410) 461-5330
Richmond Sign & Design Services
3111 Norfolk St, Richmond, VA 23230
Our company specializes in premium signs and images for all of your advertising needs. Offering vehicle lettering, decals, wraps, murals, and more. Custom graphic design service also available.
(804) 342-1120
National Capital Flag Co Inc
100 S Quaker Ln, Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 751-2411
Kerley Signs Inc
7650 Preston Dr, Hyattsville, MD 20785
(301) 773-6800
California Signs
22785 Maple Rd, Lexington Park, MD 20653
(301) 737-6418
Design Factory
16 Stenerson Ln Ste 3, Cockeysville, MD 21030
(410) 785-3333
Jeff Demichiel
100 Joanne Way, Lincoln University, PA 19352
(610) 869-7402
Spinelli Signs & Graphics
Newark, DE 19711
Advertise your business! We specialize in high impact exterior signs, promotional lettering for windows and vehicles, and other corporate advertising items. Custom signs available.
(302) 894-1102


If you are having a scrapbook, flier, wedding announcement, or some other product made that will have lettering on it, then you might want to contact a company that can give you custom services so that you can be sure to get the fonts, art, and hand calligraphy writing that you want. There are many lettering companies that make a variety of products with text on them. They often sell clothing like shirts and hats as well as announcements, fliers, and scrapbooks. When you contact the lettering shops listed in the online directory, you should ask them several questions to help you decide which one you want to hire for your products. You need to think about the services that they can give you, the products they have, and the prices that they charge. First, ask what types of fonts, stencils, and calligraphy they can give you. Find out how long they have been in business so you will know how long they have been designing banners, invitations, and other objects with text. You will want to choose someone with plenty of experience. Ask them what types of products they can print on. Depending on whether you want invitations, fliers, scrapbooks, clothing, adhesive stickers, or banners, some shops might be better for you than others. If the lettering shops have the services and products that you want, then you should ask them to quote a price for you. This makes it easy to compare the prices from several different stores.
 
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