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Cottage Signs and Creations


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Christina Langstein

Christina Langstein opened Cottage Signs and Creations in May of 2002 and it is still going strong. Cottage Signs is the place to go if you need banners, store front signage and precision cut vinyl window and automotive lettering, vinyl decals, logo design, hand painting, Edge machine printed vinyl and screen printing.

Langstein has been making signs since she graduated high school. She attended Utah Technical College and majored in Commercial Art. At the College of Eastern Montana, Fine Arts were her focus. To make it all come together she graduated from C.E.U. with a degree in Computer Applications.

Langstein has built a reputation for quality signage since she has been professionally employed in the field since 1995.

Cottage Signs would rather give its customers a great deal so the customer can return to purchase more signage when needed rather than to burn their budget all at one time. Langstein knows signage is important and expensive so it should be as painless as possible when purchased.

Langstein has a committed sence of community. The majority of her advertising is done through athletic sponsorship. She knows that kids need something to do to keep them busy and out of trouble. She has the hopes that when her baby boy is ready to participate in school activities there will be people in the community to support his interest as well.

The Langstein family hobby is the study of pre-1840 Western American History and Primitive Living. This is a hobby that allows Langstein to use her hands in recreating the beauty of Native American survival and the artifacts used by the people of this continent before the reservation era. She is one of the founding women of the nationwide organization "Women of the Fur Trade", an organization dedicated to preserving the history of the Native American women who helped the frontiersmen settle the western United States.



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