We’ve mentioned that we can put stickers on just about anything.. but I bet you didn’t think about sticker stencils on eggs! For Easter and springtime festivities, Reed PR wanted to dye eggs with their logo as the main design. To do this, we created a sticker stencil for them (in print language, “adhesive vinyl”) to place on each egg they wanted dyed.
The sticker itself was teensy, tiny. It was attached to each egg, dunked in dye, allowed to dry and then peeled off — which is what left the white outline of the Reed PR logo. Adhesive vinyl is great because it simultaneously sticks and peels off easily. As you can see from the photo, the stencil held well enough to not let any dye seep through the edges, but it didn’t damage the egg when it was removed. That dual capability of adhesive vinyl — to be sticky but not too sticky — is what makes the substrate so appealing.
We use adhesive vinyl on many other surfaces, including walls and windows. It’s becoming one of the most common ways to decorate homes because it is easy to cut, self-adhere and remove. It lasts for about 3 years and can be removed easily and cleanly for up to two years after application. Its matte surface prevents glare and appears to blend in seamlessly with the surface it adheres to. On walls, we’ve had clients request images, quotes, maps, company slogans, company values — and most commonly — the company name or logo. On windows, we usually create clings to promote events or temporary deals or offerings. We even have double-sided wall clings which can advertise to folks inside and outside the building. Double the cling, double the impression! See an example in this post, where we created double-sided wall clings for The Cosmetic Market. The project is toward the end of the blog.
Need some sticker stencils or adhesive vinyl in your life? Give us a shout!