Creative Ways to Use 3×30 Vinyl Banners
If you’ve never had the chance to order 3×30 vinyl banners, then you should take your time to look into what you can do in order to use these types of banners as creatively as possible. So the question is—how exactly can you use your vinyl banners creatively?
3×30 Vinyl Banners Sushi
Now, for this, you definitely shouldn’t make real sushi or use real sushi rice—there’s a way around this. Take a few boxes or cardboard tubes—then cover them with fabric or paint them. Then you will need several gallons of packing peanuts and a LOT of glue. The packing peanuts and glue will be the rice and the boxes that are covered will be the filling. The 3×30 vinyl banners will be the nori. Look at a picture of real sushi as you create your 3×30 vinyl banners sushi so that you can get a feel for how it will look. Try and pick a banner that you intend on leaving in its sushi form for a while—otherwise, you’ll end up ruining the banner when you unglue it. You will also need a mold in order to create the form for the “rice”.
Vinyl Banner Cape
While 3×30 vinyl banners might be a bit too much for a cape for a superhero, they’re perfect for use as a cape during a parade. You’ll need to buy vinyl banners that have grommets installed and you’ll need to have a way to drape it over the person who will be wearing the vinyl banner cape and you’ll also have to find a way in order to make it easier to wear. You may need a “royal banner train” in order to wear the banner, but it’s definitely worth it if you want to make a big impression on your clients/customers!
Vinyl Banner Car
You can also decorate a car with a vinyl banner. Keep in mind that if you decide to do this you will 1. Be unable to put the 3×30 vinyl banners back together and 2. Probably ruin your car’s paint job. But hey, it’s all for the sake of fun and advertising, correct?
First of all, you will need to have your car measured to the millimeter. Then send these measurements to your vinyl banner maker. If they are willing to cut out each and every section of the 3×30 vinyl banners, that’s even better. However, if they won’t, be willing to do so yourself. Have each piece of your car covered using a clear coat, unless it will compromise the vinyl banner. Keep in mind that anything near the engine will more than likely overheat and even melt.
Once you have your 3×30 vinyl banners attached, simply let everything dry and then proceed to use your car. Beware of any areas that may overheat and cause the banners to catch fire. They can handle a lot—but even 3×30 vinyl banners have their limits, just like everything else!