Design your own personalised house number or house name sticker for glass by selecting one of our templates. To order, just entre the size of your pane or of the sticker you wish to create, your text, then choose a font and a colour, and the size of the text. Many designs to choose from available in a range of materials and finishes, including frosted film, etch effect, coloured vinyl, gold and silver. Our personalised house number stickers are very easy to apply and are ideal for a transom or fanlight above a door, or a glass panel within a door, or a humble wheely bin. You can design the numbers or text to be as large or small as you like. The end product is easy to apply and will last for years.Read More
Ordering your sticker is very simple. The most difficult thing will be to decide on which design to choose!
Yes, they can be applied on any smooth, non-porous, dry and dust free surface:
Very easy using the tool provided with your order, and the set of instructions we have created.
That's not a problem, as long as the design you select has enough space to accommodate a name. Most will do, apart from the stained glass and patterned house number designs where there is a limited area for the text. Just enter your text in the relevant box, choose a font and a size, you'll then see a graphic representation of your design.
We always produce the etch effect stickers for internal application as the results look better externally, and the film is better protected from the elements. However, in some cases, like if your glass is already frosted, for instance, you could apply the film or sticker externally. Vinyl stickers for wheely bins for example can be applied either externally.
For numbers within a frosted panel, or for intricate designs, we have developed a printing method which allows us to print directly on glass film. This method is very versatile and once the film is printed, it's very easy to apply.
For vinyl number stickers, we use a computer led cutter which accurately cuts the number out of the frosted film. We then have to remove the excess material and add an application tape to the number to help with the installation process. This method is a bit more time consuming as you have to wait until the film has cured to the glass before removing the tape.