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Celebrating a milestone is an excellent opportunity to add fun graphics to your office. Stampin’ Up! decided to up their game and pulled out all the stops to show off for their 30th anniversary. Window graphics are a smart way to let people on the outside know what’s happening on the inside. It’s also a straightforward way to change the look and feel of an office or event center.

Printed on 3M IJ61 Clear, the watercolor flowers and 30th-anniversary signs were printed at different opacities, which changes the look completely. The 30th-anniversary vinyl is a printed graphic, but it gives a classy etched-glass watercolor effect. The flowers have a very hand-painted look, letting light come through while still maintaining bright, cheerful colors.

Stampin’ Up! has a huge atrium as you walk into their offices and their team wanted to take advantage of this large space with some oversize banners printed on a poplin fabric. The banners hang beautifully and have a dramatic effect coupled with the large 30th-anniversary banner.

Over the last 30 years, Stampin’ Up has always celebrated the hard work of their demonstrators. One fun thing they do for their Million Dollar Achievers is to fly them into their home office in Salt Lake City, and have all of the corporate employees greet them with a huge welcoming and an oversized check to celebrate their success.  These checks are printed direct surface on a 3/16″ white gatorboard and are perfect for recognition achievements, scholarships, and fundraising presentations.

3D centerpieces are always fun and eye-catching. Ferrari Color produced these number 30 table toppers using two pieces of thick gatorboard mounted together. The result was another creative way to commemorate the company’s 30th birthday with their demonstrators at the annual convention.

Custom graphics can help your team add a lot of flair to a big or small milestone, and we loved working with Stampin’ Up! on these 30th-anniversary projects. If you’ve got a milestone coming up, think about how graphics can enhance the experience for your customers and employees.

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