XL Friesian Lover Typography Decal with YOUR horse's name for Canvas, DIY wood sign or horse TRAILER
XL Friesian Lover Typography Decal with YOUR horse's name for Canvas, DIY wood sign or horse TRAILER
XL Friesian Lover Typography Decal with YOUR horse's name for Canvas, DIY wood sign or horse TRAILER
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XL Friesian Lover Typography Decal with YOUR horse's name for Canvas, DIY wood sign or horse TRAILER

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Decal with your horse's name

Unique dressage horse decal for your trailer, truck, car, wall, tack room or diy sign

 Leave your horse's name in the notes at checkout exactly how you want it spelled!

Approx.

12" x 18"

(If you need a custom size, please contact me)

**SHIPPING**
*Processing time is 3 business days (business days are Monday through Friday)
*Standard shipping is USPS First Class Mail which is estimated to arrive in 2-5 business days after being shipped.
*If you need your item(s) by a certain date and that date falls before the calculated processing time plus shipping time please contact me BEFORE ordering to make sure I can I can get it to you in time. 
*A rush fee may be needed depending on the size of the order and how soon it is needed.

*Please note due to different computer screen settings color may differ slightly*

*All of my decals are shipped with transfer tape and application instructions*

All items are shipped USPS first class mail.

Acceptable Application Surfaces
•Glass
•Metals (Must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel.)
•Vehicles (Must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel.)
•Vinyl (Such as Banners, Canopies, flags, etc.)
•Plastic
•Fiberglass (Must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel.)
•Wood (Must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel.)
•Other Painted Surfaces (Paint must be smooth and glossy, vinyl will not stick to oxidized, faded, or peeling paint)

Not Recommended Surfaces
•Cement
•Raw/unpainted wood
•Oxidized or faded paint
•Peeling paint
•Rubber
•Raw Metals
•Oily Surfaces

These lists are not comprehensive and there are other acceptable and unacceptable substrates than those listed above. Again, when in doubt, apply the rule that states vinyl will generally adhere well to hard, smooth, glossy and clean surfaces.