Here are some different ways you can use vinyl banner material.
1. Signed Card Banners
If your planning to hold a business anniversary celebration, retirement party, or some other event that involves getting a lot of people to sign a card, they can skip the small folded card stock and go big. Print a solid colored banner and have guests sign with permanent markers. At the end of the event, they can roll it up and give it to a special recipient.
Remember when using vinyl banner material for unique applications you should always request a sample of the material to test out. Ambrotek always has free samples available for you to try.
2. Table cloths and table runners
Big banners can cover an entire table while smaller ones can run along the table for a unique, customized table runner. This helps you save space at trade shows, conventions, and markets while still showcasing your brand.
3. Finish Lines
If you hold annual races or charity runs, banners make great finish lines. While traditional finishing lines are just a long piece of ribbon, banner finish lines can have personalized messages like “congratulations!” or “thank you for participating.”
4. Room Dividers
Banners are an affordable way to temporarily divide a large area into smaller ones. Unlike bulky traditional dividers and partitions, banners are easy to transport to the venue and store when not in use. You may even want the name of the activity printed on the banner itself so that participants know where to go.
5. Rulers and Poster Alternatives
Whether you want to keep track of the height of your kids or to stop a forklift from entering a low clearance area, banners make excellent rulers. Simply print the measurements onto the banner itself and mount the banner where it’s most needed.
6. Cover up a mess and build your brand awareness
Why look at a disorganized pile of work when you can look at a beautiful banner instead? You can hide the messier parts of your business behind large banners. Most types, such as vinyl and mesh, are suitable for indoor and outdoor use, which is why many construction companies will hide the unsightly work-in-progress behind branded banners.
7. 3D Objects
Banners are often thought of as a 2D medium, but they can be transformed into 3D objects with a little bit of help from tubing. Print an extra long banner and wrap it around the display tubing to create cylinders, cubes and more. Then you can hang them up to be viewed from all sides, or set them on the ground to create a “box” where they can feature special products.
Next time you are filming a video or doing a photo shoot, make sure you have the right background backdrop. Print beautiful scenery on banners to instantly create a more appealing background, or print your name and logo so that your branding is always visible. These are especially useful during elections when candidates want lots of media coverage.
Remember to be creative when it comes to banner printing.