Something new for you! I’m taking you on the job with me (and Mabz!) as we do some festive window work for two storefronts! And we even threw a Q&A in between them!
This isn’t going to be one of my usual tutorials, but you’ll definitely be able to pick up some tips and tricks! Follow along as Mabz and I divide and conquer. For my full tutorial on lettering on windows, check out this video.
First Things First…
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Tips & Takeaways
- You may need to sacrifice your manicure
- Always sign your work
- If you’re working alone, plan on around an 8 hour day
- Be prepared for dual-paned windows – you will squint
- Stores do often stay open while you’re working
- Pricing for windows can vary from your hourly rate to how much square footage you’re going to be covering
- Windex, paper towels, a level, and a micro-fiber cloth are your best friends for window work
And that’s a wrap!
I hope you enjoyed this on-site look at the day-in-the-life! If you’re curious about the exact steps I use when lettering (or doodling) on windows, be sure to check out this window lettering video!