Jeep and Store Lettering

 

Today, I want to show you again that the posibilities of the KNK are endless. For this Jeep I cut the words “Jeep”, “Wrangler”, “Bling Bling”, the lines and a fire for the hook and the side of the Jeep.

As you can see this is really simple, and you don’t need to be a professional to make something look really nice. The only thing that I used was my KNK, computer, vinyl, transfer tape and a lot of wishes that everything would work perfectly! LOL

Before installation, I had to clean the area really, really well. Then, the words “Bling Bling” were installed dry, but the other letters and the fire on the hook were installed wet so I could move them easily and align them as needed.

 

 

Another project that I did was cutting the letters for this store window. What I thought would be really difficult turned out to not be hard at all. For the first time, I did an application with two vinyl colors together, and this worked perfectly. I had no experience doing this and it worked for me! I am very happy with the results!

To combine the two colors, I added two circles to the design that would be cut out from both colors of vinyl. These work as alignment points so that when you are going to put the layers together, you match the two circles first and the letters of one color will then align with the other perfectly.

 

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14 thoughts on “Jeep and Store Lettering

  1. Pingback: Jeep and Store Lettering « TeamKNK - KNKUSA.COM :: KNKUSA.COM

  2. Pictures – more pictures! “fire for the hook” – I don’t see a fire or hook. It would be great to see more pictures. I would also like to see your registration marks and how they were placed. And what did you use for application fluid, was it purchased or DIY? TIA!

  3. AWESOME!! I did a bunch of windows for Christmas for my DH and son. I LOVE putting vinyl on windows!! You did a GREAT jog!!!

  4. Great Job, Omayra!!! I’m thinking that maybe “hook” was meant to be “hood”. Glad to hear that it was easy. I have some vinyl to put on a tractor.

  5. Great JOB! I have also cut vinyl and applied to my hubby’s car to advertise his business. It looks so nice and so easy to do with our cutters! Saved us a ton of money doing this.

  6. Looks great, always scary doing it on a vehicle! We have a lime green jeep that could use some bling. :O)

  7. Very cool! This is what my parents used to do in their business. Hard to imagine they paid 20 grand for a machine that did a whole lot less than our KNKs can.

  8. Love it! How is that grandbaby? Funny with your post, I just did some vinyl for a Lotus race car that my friend restored.

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