Acrylic Awards - A quick guide

By: Andrew Cambridge

Acrylic awards offer you the perfect opportunity to provide a valued colleague with a lasting reminder of their achievements or can help you organise a major prize-giving in style.

The beauty of working with this material means that acrylic awards can be produced in varying styles. With the look of crystal, acrylic awards are affordable and elegant, offering the best of both worlds to those who commission them.

The great thing about this material is that it's possible to get a three-dimensional look in the engraving of the acrylic awards, meaning there are countless different designs to choose from.

Acrylic, a resin-based thermoplastic, is one of the most optically clear materials around - more so than glass which it weighs about half as much as.

Acrylic is resistant to sunlight, rain, snow, pollutants and many chemicals, making acrylic awards very hard-wearing and great value for money.

The beauty of working with this material is that acrylic awards can be made in clear acrylic or tinted with various colours such as sapphire blue, jade green, red or gold, for example.

It's also possible to use screen printing on acrylic awards to add colour and create colourful patterns, such as a black and blue marble on the back of an award.

When materials are combined it's possible to produce acrylic awards with metal or wood bases which will look absolutely stunning. Personalisation of acrylic awards is easy too. This can be achieved by engraving straight onto them rather than using the rather old fashioned method of putting a brass plate on. Whatever style of acrylic awards you choose, you're sure to make a great impression on the recipient or recipients and provide them with a lasting memory of their success.

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