D13122 - Antiqued Aluminum Church Sign with Cut-out Letters, "Cross-Point"
Above is shown an antiqued and "rusted" aluminum sign for the Crosspoint Church. The interesting and unique metal sign above is for the Cross-point Church. It features an antiqued and "rusted" finish, achieved with metal stains, and cut-out letters. This sign was made with our CNC router with cut-out letters.
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We can make a custom sandblasted or carved wooden or HDU sign or plaque of any design in any size from 12 inches to 20 feet, for either indoor or outdoor use. These can be placed on iron or wood posts, a wall, or an outside or inside door. We will advise you of the best design for your sign to provide good readability for the distance you require. We can customize these signs with any shape, border, font style, or color scheme with carved (engraved) or raised text and art of your choice.
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