Let the adventure begin!

It’s been a long time coming, but we’ve taken your requests to heart and are thrilled to debut our new sign options!

Planning a 1920’s style party? An ice cream party? How about a baby shower? Or something fun for Halloween? We’ve now got you covered.

Our signs are double-sided with rounded edges. They’re printed on very strong yet flexible PVC plastic – you’ll appreciate the quality. We’re proud to say they’re designed and printed in America (Orlando, Florida area to be precise)! And the best part — they’re ready to ship today!
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Let the adventure begin with our gender-neutral baby shower signs!

Oh baby!

Don’t be “that guy”… treat your ghoulish guests with our festive Halloween set!

I’m here for the BOOS.

We’ve created a family-friendly version of our Party Mix that makes no mention of alcohol and cops. Instead, it will delight your party-goers with colorful ice cream and music phrases!

Rated PG-13. But don’t worry – we still have our adult humor party signs available too!

Last but definitely not least, our most demanded set is now available — don your flapper dresses, fedoras and suspenders — cheers! Our Roaring ’20s signs are ready to ship.

Party like it’s 1929!

It gets even better. Because we’re a home-based business, we are limited with space — in with the new means OUT WITH THE OLD! We’ve put heavy discounts on our oldest sign sets, all available in our Sale section. Some signs are as low as $2.99, with shipping starting at $3.50. Order $50 or more and your order qualifies for free shipping to a U.S. address. Sale items are limited quantities.

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Getting That Gatsby Facial Hair Look for Halloween

A compendium of whisker wisdom on Flickr can help you find the look you're after for a perfect historic Halloween costume.

A compendium of whisker wisdom on Flickr can help you find the look you’re after for a perfect historic Halloween costume.

For those looking to dress up for Halloween, nothing says class like an old-time mustache, especially for historical costumes. The Internet is a trove of useful information on the subject, including tips for Gatsby-esque looks. Key: very well manicured hair, slicked back on top with pomade to the point of looking wet.

Handlebar mustaches were en vogue in the time of The Great Gatsby, the 1920s, curled at the ends like the classic villain, but even the protagonists were doing it then. Absolutely no stubble. As barber shops were starting to get professional and standardized in the ’20s, men frequently had their hair trimmed and beards professionally shaved with a straight razor — all except that classy ‘stache, of course.

Looking for some visual inspiration? Check out this great Flickr photo collection of facial hair from the 1840s to the 1920s, with styles from conservative to outlandish, even comical. You’re sure to find something to help you create the look you’re after.