"Everything you've ever wanted is on the other side of fear. - George Addair" written in black vinyl lettering applied to a white wall over a work table containing a lamp and with a green chair pushed underneath"Everything you've ever wanted is on the other side of fear. - George Addair" written in black vinyl lettering applied to a white wall over a work table containing a lamp and with a green chair pushed underneath

Everything You’ve Ever Wanted Is On The Other Side Of Fear

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It’s our fear of failure, of being laughed at that often stops us from pursuing our dreams. If we can overcome our fear, accept the possibility of failure and try, we can have everything we’ve ever wanted. Self-adhesive vinyl is matte-finished giving it that “painted on” look. Easy on and easy off with no damage to your paint. Order yours today!   At Words Anywhere we’re as busy as bees turning over our vinyl inventory! We produce new vinyl lettering daily, and order fresh vinyl monthly. Just like anything, vinyl has a shelf-life. Some vinyl sellers make 100 copies of a layout, put them on a shelf, then sell them cheap. The customer thinks, “What a deal!”, but the problem is those layouts can sit on the shelf for months or years, moving beyond the product’s shelf-life. What you receive may be more brittle and less tacky because it’s old vinyl; it’s more difficult to install and has uncertain longevity. The best burger places don’t start cooking your burger until after you’ve ordered, and the best vinyl places don’t produce your layout until after you’ve ordered (and from fresh vinyl stock!) That’s the Words Anywhere way.

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Highest Quality

Made in the USA

Color

Beige, Black, Brown, Burgundy, Charcoal, Navy, Storm Grey, White

Size

20"wide x 7.3"high – $12, 25"wide x 9.2"high – $14, 30"wide x 11"high – $16, 34"wide x 12.5"high – $18, 44"wide x 16.2"high – $28, 54"wide x 19.8"high – $55, 64"wide x 23.5"high (size in photo) – $65

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