3-D Letters for the Children’s Area
15 Mar 2012 7 Comments
The ceilings running through the middle of my library are a good three to four stories high. It’s not a huge library, but it’s sizable, and we do have magnificent solid cedar beams running the entire length of the building. It just kills me when our signage doesn’t take full advantage of this. The original “Children’s” sign over the children’s area was about four inches high by a foot or so. My husband eats a sub sandwich larger than that for lunch. On the two story expanse of vertical wall, this tiny sign was remarkably underwhelming. I got out some cardstock and glue and hung 3-D letters instead.
I played around a bit more with 3-D lettering because 2 dimensions is soooo last milllenium. Here’s a “READ” display:
Of course, now we’ve got a nice big sign that fits the space a bit better, but I still like my letters. They’re staying there.