Jewelers Shop Sign

Jewelers shop sign.

2700mm x 440mm.

Black on white. 3mm thick aluminium composite panel.

Font: Edwardian Script.




The sign was supplied for DIY fitting to the customer, they used their own local carpenter to fit the sign onto the shop front which was located inside a shopping centre in Boscombe which is a district of Bournemouth.



How to Fit Acrylic letters onto a Shop Sign

Black acrylic letters and logos fitted onto existing shop front panels. The size of the panels was measured by the customer. The customer then gave us the wording required and the artwork for the logo as a JPEG, we digitized the logo and cut it in vinyl and mounted it onto the acrylic. The letters were cut on a CNC router machine. The lettering then had plastic studs solvent welded/glued onto the back of the letters, the glue melts both the back of the letter and the fixings together which makes a strong join.

A paper template is then made of the acrylic letters by drawing out the letters on our computer plotter, the location of the fixings is done by hand by placing the acrylic letters over the paper template and lining up the letters with the layout and pressing the letters into the paper. The stud fixings on the back of the letters leave a mark on the paper which is then drawn in with a pen as a cross to indicate where the fixings will be. A bag of caps is supplied which is the other part of the fixing system.

To fit the letters onto the shop front, take the paper template and tape it into position with masking tape, check all your measurements and make sure the template is straight and centered on the sign. 5663396683_c216389d78_mDrill the holes where indicated with the crosses on the paper template. Remove the template. Take the cap fixings and put the screws through the cap which has a hole through it and fix it onto the shop front. Take the acrylic letters and offer them up to the fixings and push into position, the studs will snap into the cups and the letters are now fixed onto the shop sign.

Clean the letters with a damp link free cloth. Job well done.

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Cannington News – News Agents Shop Front Sign

Cannington News shop sign supplied for DIY fitting into existing metal frame to replace existing sign using the same layout as previously used. The sign was made from 3mm thick aluminium composite with blue lettering in a Dom Casual italic font and Arial font.


Munchkins Shop Sign

Our customer sent us a request for a price and sent us rough idea of what was required, we emailed them with a price for the sign which they were happy with and then we sent them various layouts for them to view. Once they were happy with the layout they sent payment via credit card using Paypal and also emailed us the logo for us to digitise and turn into a vector logo. We emailed back confirmation of payment with the price and delivery to Dorchester for DIY fitting.

The sign was made from 3mm thick aluminium composite cut to shape to fit into a given space of 2420mm long by 610mm high with radius corners on the top of the sign.

vinyl-logo-munchkinsThe logo was cut from Dark green vinyl, Cherry red vinyl and beige vinyl. 200mm high.

The font used for the lettering was sent to us by the customer as an attachment on an email, we then installed the font on our computers and cut the lettering to the customers requirements. The font used was called Kingthings Rote.

muhchkins-shop-sign-dorchesterImage of panel on the work table before sending out to Dorchester. The colour of the letter was dark green.

Shop Front Sign – It’s Epic

A sign made from 3mm aluminium laminate.  5490mm x 457mm supplied and fitted in Bournemouth. The sign was supplied as three sections and screwed direct to the brickwork.

We also supplied vinyl lettering that was cut in reverse and fitted to the inside of the window.


Cariad Gifts and Toys

Red acrylic letters on stand off fixings, supplied to customer for DIY fitting.


Cariad Toys Address
6 The Bulwark, Brecon, Brecon Beacons, Powys, LD3 7LB


01874 624303



About Cariad Toys


Cariad is a family-run toy shop in the heart of Brecon, just on the northern edge of the Brecon Beacons. They sell a range of traditional and contemporary toys, games and gifts for children of all ages. Their focus is on selling quality toys at competitive prices and providing excellent customer service.


Known locally as ‘the wooden toy shop’ they stock a wide selection of wooden toys from makers including Pintoy, Plan, John Crane, Le Toy Van and Orange Tree Toys, as well as ‘Creations in Wood’ by Colin Carlson, heirloom toys made from Welsh hardwood.


Traditional toys are back in fashion. From old fashioned tin toys like humming tops and tea sets, pocket money toys such as yo-yos and kaleidoscopes to traditional rocking horses and pedal cars. Come and take a trip down memory lane!


For something more contemporary there’s a lot to choose from. Award winning Wheelybugs are one of the bestsellers, and British made Skipper yachts are guaranteed to sail.


Cariad Toys also have a big selection of musical instruments, from castanets to baby pianos. For something to do in the wet weather there’s a great choice of games and jigsaws, or why not get creative with a kit from ‘The Little Experience’. For new arrivals there are lots of wooden baby toys as well as rattles from the award winning TOLO range. They also stock Moulin Roty soft toys and Shoo Shoo baby shoes.