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Wood Painted Backing - Acrylic Lettering

Wood Painted Backing - Acrylic Lettering

Made of exterior rated (MDO wood), painted your custom color.

We'll laser cut your logo from painted, exterior rated plastic, and mount on top of your wooden backing sheet.

Suitable for both interior and exterior use. 

Regular price $259.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $259.00 USD
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How To Order

We offer 1-on-1 personalized experiences to all of our clients. To begin the ordering process:

1. Select your size, color, and hardware customizations from the menu above. Not 100% sure what you like? Start with your favorite options for now.

2. Upload your logo or graphic (if you have one). Vector files (.ai .eps .pdf .svg) are preferred. We can also work with a different file type with high resolution

3. Once you have placed your order, one of our customer experience specialists will reach out to you via email within 1-2 business days to answer and questions and finalize details.

4. Then, we will create a digital proof of your sign for review. If you were unsure about any of your customization options at checkout, this is the time where you can adjust, compare, and make your final decision. We will not laser cut anything until the design is approved.


Lettering: Standard or specialty acrylic (available in brushed, mirrored, glossy, or matte finishes). All of our lettering materials come in either ¼” and 1/8” thicknesses, which we have the ability stack to different depths based on size and design.

Backing: 1/2" birchwood

Mounting Instructions

1. Line up the sign with the wall. Using the pre-drilled holes as a guide, mark on the wall where the wall screws will go. Use a level to ensure that the sign will be straight.
2. Next, install the drywall anchors. (We provide self-drilling threaded anchors.) With a rubber mallet or hammer, lightly tap the anchor into the wall until you get to the threads.
3. Using a screwdriver, screw the anchor into the wall until the head of the anchor is flush against the drywall. You can also use a drill but be sure to go slow.
4. Then, install the standoffs by first unscrewing the standoff cap from the barrel
5. Using a screwdriver or drill, screw the wall screws provided through the bottom of the standoff barrels and into the drywall anchors. Place a clear washer on each barrel.
6. Line up the pre-drilled holes on your sign with the four barrels on the wall. Screw the remaining washers and the caps through the signage and into the barrels to safely secure the sign into place.

Eye Hooks (2):
1. Mark where you want to insert your eye hooks. Line up your eye hook with your mark, and gently tap the head with a hammer to get the threads to bite into the wood. The hook should remain partially embedded into the wood.
2. To screw it in, push down while you turn it clockwise. (Be careful not to pull it out accidentally.) Once you begin feel resistance from the wood, stop pushing and keep turning until the eye is flush with the wood.

Sawtooth Hangers (2-3):
1. On the back of your sign, measure a horizontal line ¼ of the way down from the top of the sign. Use a t-square or level to ensure that the line is straight. Along this line, mark the center point and 6 inches from each side.
2. Position your sawtooth hangers evenly along this horizontal line. If you have two sawtooth hangers, lay them at the 6-inch point from each side. If you have three hangers, position the remaining hanger directly in the center of line. The sawtooth hardware has a mark in the very center to make it easier to line it up on the back of the frame.
3. When the sawtooth hangers are lined in place, mark the screw holes with a pencil. Then, take the screw line it up with the mark you just made, and gently screw it into place. Try to screw it in as straight as you can.
4. Hold the sign up to the wall, and mark where you want the top of it to rest with pencil or painter's tape. Try to make the mark in the center if you can.
5. Measure down ¼ way down from this point to mark where the sawtooth hangers will line up. Use a level to draw a straight horizontal line. Once again, along this line, mark the center point (if you have three hangers) and 6 inches from each side.
6. Just below the marked lines, hammer a nail down into the wall at a 45-degree angle to provide the most support.

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