Have you been wishing you had that perfect bumper sticker to proclaim your religious preference or to show pride in or promote your religious group? If so, whether you’re Buddhist, Christian, Muslim, Jewish, or just want people to “Coexist,” we have the decal you want. On our site, you’ll find a great variety of religious stickers, from symbols and images to fun, witty, and solemn religious sayings. You can also create a custom sticker.
Has it been a while since you last checked out all of the military car stickers and decals we have to offer? Well, we’ve recently expanded this sticker category with a ton of new designs, so now is a great time to take a look. Military stickers serve so many purposes:
We can convert any of your low-resolution artwork to high-resolution logo and sticker art using a process called vectorization. The process is fast and easy for you, and then you’ll have a high quality image to use for other projects down the road.
Digital graphics use two basic kinds of image files: raster and vector. Raster files (also known as “bitmap” or “bit image” files) are made up of dots or pixels. People don’t often think of them that way because the dots are so small that our eyes don’t perceive them, but when enlarged on a computer screen, you can plainly see the individual square-shaped dots that make up the image. Raster file formats are commonly used by devices like scanners, digital cameras, and digital printers. more….
Sometimes kids need encouragement to participate in sports, and sometimes sports are the only thing a kid ever wants to do. No matter which category your kid falls into, they’re part of a team, and you need to support them every way you can. The trouble is that sports can be expensive. Uniforms, practice gear, and field rentals don’t come cheap, but if you want to keep your child’s sports team up and running (literally) you need to raise some funds. Here are the simplest ways to bring in some cash for your tyke’s team. more….
Unless you live under a rock, you’ve seen more than a few ice bucket challenge videos. However, just in case you somehow missed it, at the beginning of the summer the ALS association started the challenge on various social media websites to garner donations for the fight against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease — a degenerative disease that affects motor neuron cells in the brain and spinal cord. The challenge asked participants to either donate to the ALS association to fund research into treatments and cures for the disease — or else dump a bucket of ice water over themselves for all the world to see.
While more people chose to drench themselves with ice water than to donate to the organization, the program was still a definite win for ALS. The association certainly received more donations than they otherwise would have, but what is significantly more important is that the challenge informed virtually everyone on social media about the disease and programs to stop its progress. This was one of the most successful marketing campaigns for a non-profit in recent memory.