Wisconsin with Personalized City Placement | Custom Metal Sign | #1115



Type in desired city for star placement or type "none"

$ 50.00

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  • Product Description

      Show off your Wisconsin pride with this metal state of Wisconsin sign. This item features a custom placed star or heart. We use a plasma CNC table to create the outline of Wisconsin with a star or heart placed in your desired city. This rustic metal sign can be clear coated to maintain a metal appearance or painted with high-quality paint + primer.

      Contact our shop HERE to request a different state.

      All signs come with predrilled holes unless you choose the welded tabs option. Please keep in mind, if you choose welded tabs and clear coat, your item will have heat marks on the front from where the metal is welded. This looks more rustic, and we think it looks awesome! If you would prefer to avoid this, we recommend choosing another color for your item.

      Please see our FAQ on our home page to begin answering questions you might have!

      "Is it really this easy?" Yes! Click HERE to see how it works! 

  • Product Details

    • Variant: 12 Inches / NO / Star
    • SKU: 1115_12_Star_OO
    • Brand: ThinkMetalCNC

Customer Reviews

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Debra H.
Love my Think Metal Artwork

Received my art and it's exactly as described!

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EVA V.
State of Texas sign

Received my customized Texas sign. The Think Metal team did an excellent job. They are professional, skilful and make sure the customer receives exactly what they ordered. I will definitely purchase another item from Think Metal.

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John B.

Excellent service

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KM
Perfect!

Got this for my husband as a birthday gift to have out on our covered porch. He loved it, and the quality was fantastic—it even arrived earlier than expected! Based on this experience, we’d definitely order more items and recommend Think Metal to friends!

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Reese J.
MD

Great metal artwork...showing how much I love my home-state of Maryland. Thanks TM.