“When looking for easy to apply and easy to order stick-on lettering for my project on the internet, I came across your company. It was easy, and fun even, to try the different type styles and set the custom size I needed so it fit exactly where I needed it to fit on my motorcycle. They came to my home quickly. Well, the first side I messed up by not thinking it out first and crinkled the letter “A”. The other side went on perfect after I learned from my mistake. I left the lettering on the bike, but eventually removed it as the crinkled letter was bugging me. After a week or two, I decided it really wanted the name on the motorcycle. Being everything was picked out custom and I did not write any of that information down, I thought all was lost and “good luck” trying to replicate it. Well, I called to see if you could find my order and redo it. I was expecting to pay the fee once again, without issue, and, to my surprise, even though I did not apply it correctly, your company still had my information for the lettering on file and sent me a replacement set at no charge to me, even the shipping was gratis! I was floored! You simply do not expect this sort of top grain service today from anybody, yet, here at Do It Yourself Lettering, Inc., that is exactly what you did. I’m an older guy and a former business owner and understand the power of “Word of Mouth” advertising. My company enjoyed the same phenomena for a decade before we recently sold it. It is a powerful tool. . . It is “Old School” and I love it! I would tell anyone looking for easy to apply lettering with a company who uses good quality materials in manufacturing their wears should definitely looking into Do It Yourself Lettering, Inc. . . . . You folks get it!”
Vinyl Lettering Use: Putting a name on my "new to me" motorcycle. When I brought it home, the wife immediately thought it looked like spats from the old army uniforms of WWII, so, loving it, I said: "Spats!. . Perfect! That's the name of the new bike." and then I thought like many folks put names on their boats, like we did, I decided to put "SPATS" on the bike. It looks authoritative, yet having fun at the same time. I get many a thumbs up on the weekends when I go for local rides with it. It is an older factory BMW Police Motorcycle which was decommissioned and we're having fun with our local BMW motorcycle club with it.
“I found DIY Lettering a great company to use for my label needs. The website was easy to use and well organized. I am pleased with the way my project turned out. The font we chose matched exactly to the font used on the Yellow Submarine CD.”
Vinyl Lettering Use: Changing a green E-Z-GO Golf Cart into the Yellow submarine.
Vinyl Lettering Style: Amelia
“Vinyl lettering is great! It arrived just as it looked online and was shipped very fast. The website designer tool was easy to use and the shipped product was true to design. Easy to install and it looks great. I expect this lettering to last a long time! Thanks!”
Vinyl Lettering Use: Name on a the back of a firefighting helmet
Vinyl Lettering Style: English Towne
“I was looking for lettering that could be placed on the back window of my company van. The lettering would instruct people to call my phone number to hear a recorded message about how they could improve sales by optimizing their business website.
The lettering I purchased from DoItYourselfLettering.com was exactly what I wanted. The installation was much easier than I thought it would be and went on my van window without any problems whatsoever! Since quality is important to me, having lettering that looked professional and looked like it had been "installed" professionally were absolute necessities. I got both!”
“It was pretty easy to install. If you're not patient - it's worth spending the extra on the weeding and transfer tape already done (which I didn't do) - but even with out it, it was very easy to install.”
“Ordering and application were super easy. I can't believe I did this myself and got such a professional looking and affordable result. Thank you. I recommend your site and will definitely use DIY lettering again.”