Get Your Camp Crystal Lake Sign

campsign2I believe I saw this sign listed while in progress as NightOwl, but now you get to see the finished product. I think this would be a great item to display in your movie room as it is so recognizable among horror fans. The cost is $150 on a Buy It Now. To by this sign for your collection, visit the auction now. Check out the seller description below. Good luck to those who wish to go to camp all over again!

I AM LISTING A HANDMADE CAMP CRYSTAL LAKE SIGN!!! THIS BABY IS MADE FROM 1/2″ GRADE A PLYWOOD AND IS STURDY! COMPLETELY HAND PAINTED ALL THE WAY DOWN TO EACH INDIVIDUAL LETTER! THESE TAKE ALOT OF TIME TO MAKE. I HAVE BEEN HUNTING FOR YEARS TO FIND A GOOD REPLICA AND HAVE YET TO DISCOVER ONE. SO I DESIDED IT WAS TIME TO STEP UP TO THE PLATE AND CREATE WHAT I AM SURE MANY WOULD LOVE TO HAVE HANGING IN THERE COLLECTION ROOM!

THIS FEATURES 2 SAW TOOTH HANGERS ON THE BACK TO ENSURE IT WONT FALL DOWN. EACH SIGN IS PROTECTED BY 3 LAYERS OF CLEAR COAT. THEY ALSO FEATURE A PAINTED BACK WHICH IS NOT CLEAR COATED AND IS BASIC FLAT YELLOW PAINT. EACH ONE IS HAND SIGNED ON THE BACK AND THEN NUMBERED. THE SIGN YOU WILL RECIEVE IN THIS AUCTION IS #10. THE SIZE MEASURES 18″ x 24″!!!

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15 Responses to “ Get Your Camp Crystal Lake Sign ”

  1. The artwork is great but the top opening is just to wide…I knew something was different. lol but other then that great job.

  2. Hmm. It’s nice and I would love a decent sign, but I wasn’t expecting $150.

  3. seems expensive to me!

  4. they are hand made so expect to pay a higher price.

  5. I would love a sign like that for a movie/memorabilia type room. However, I wish it would’ve had more of a weathered/aged look to it. No way I’d pay $150 for it though…. maybe $50, or maybe a little more if it was aged and weathered.

  6. Sorry everyone. I forgot to link to the auction previously. The link is in the story above now.

  7. Nice, but not for 150 $ sorry…

  8. Oh man I just saw this when browsing around ebay. Looked very interesting, but then I saw the price, ouch. I can’t say anything too bad about it since it is hand-crafted, so the work shows in that price.

    I also saw one of those promo dvd stands that stores had when the remake came out on dvd and I so wanted that, but they seller was only offering it with local pickup and no shipping whatsoever. I live in Jersey and the seller lives in Michigan, so that was out of the question. I was so let down.

  9. I saw that display stand too. I would love to have that in my movie room to put my Friday movies on. Too bad, as you say, it is a pickup only.

  10. Steve & Jasonfury, do u guys have the link for that dvd stand, if it is still up? Im from Michigan, & would love to see it. Thanks!

  11. You know, I do not see it listed anymore. I wonder if someone bought it already. Sorry.

  12. I am the maker for those signs and those are my auctions. I am flattered my the kind comments being said about my work. I just wanted to post on this forum to just simpley remind alot of fellow horror members who find my signs to be high priced, that if you want something that is made to the high standards of quality, you will not find it in any store. If you want something that looks accurate, made of out the best materials and is completely hand made then be prepaired to spend money. I would like to share with all of you guys, what goes into making one of these. Maybe then the price might look cheap. first let’s start of with the fact that I needed to free hand draw the stencil for this so that everything is at the correct size for the size of the sign. The stencil took a while to create. Not to mention I had to figure out how big I wanted this sign and then make a stencil for that. So once those were done, then I get a piece of Grade A Half Inch Plywood and cut out the signs with a jigsaw. Then each sign needs to be sanded around the edges. Each one gets 3 coats of Yellow paint on the front side and sides. Then I put one coat on the back. Then the next day when that is fully cured, I then tape my stencil on top of the sign and line it up properly and transfer it to the sign. Then I have to HAND paint with a fine brush all the lettering and the artwork in the middle. Keep in mind that the red letters that spell out Camp Crystal Lake take 2 coats of red to cover. Then hand paint the red leafy design around the sign. Once that is done I have to wait another day for that to cure and then I can clear coat it. I use 3 layers of clear coat on the front and sides of each sign. Then I install 2 saw tooth hangers on the back, Sign it and number it. Then each sign gets tagged and placed into a big ploy back for extra protection when being shipped. Also Keep in mind that each sign is 18″X24″ and I am not charging for the shipping. So… After about a week I have around 3 to 4 signs done because I do more then one at a time.
    So if the price is too steap, better just stick to the 10 dollar plastic ones, because to be honest I can’t see any other artist out there making them for any less.
    They take time to make and the quality is DEF there! :)

    I am sure alot of members would agree with this!

    Thanks Much for putting my signs up on here and again, thanks for the swell comments guys and gals!!!

    –Ryan

  13. I must say that Ryan did an outstanding job on these signs! The only other Crystal Lake sign on the market is a cheap plastic one, that I’m sure we are all familiar with.

    Ryan’s sign puts that one to absolute shame!

    I was lucky enough to purchase sign #13 from Ryan that happens to be the special “blood edition”

    Ryan’s signs show his true passion and expertise!

    Two thumbs way up!!!

  14. Thanks brother, I apreciate that!!!

    –Ryan

  15. Hey Ryan,
    Thanks for visiting the website and great job on the signs. They look great! ;)

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