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1  UNITED STATES / Nevada / Reno workshops on: May 09, 2007 06:58:43 PM
I was just reading through RGJ and saw an ad about a needle felting workshop being offered this weekend.
apparently there are many different workshops offered at http://www.stmarysartcenter.org/html/main.html I don't know if this place has been around forever, but it's new to me and it may be new to you too! I'm thinking about signing up for the printmaking workshop in July.
Just thought I'd share.  Cheesy
2  UNITED STATES / Nevada / Re: getting a nevada business license on: April 17, 2007 03:17:55 PM
i never saw the replies to this thread  Huh and i don't know why.

thanks for the info though.
i just wish there was an easier way
3  UNITED STATES / Nevada / Re: getting a nevada business license on: September 27, 2006 09:59:54 AM
no.  Embarrassed
i just get so discouraged when i'm confused.
4  UNITED STATES / Nevada / getting a nevada business license on: August 21, 2006 01:46:50 PM
I was wondering what the process for getting a business license is in Nevada. I know how to register a name, but that's the only info I have found so far and understood. Why is everything so complicated, especially when it has to do with government??? Argh!
So if anyone has done it recently, can you give me any links or info. I have done the whole business thing in Canada, but everything is different here (incluiding the letter Z) so any help would be appreciated!
THANKS
5  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / Re: thanking someone that paid lawyer's fees. $ on: July 20, 2006 02:30:33 PM
thanks both of you.
i'll suggest these things to my husband. she does have a stressful job, and something to help her relax is a great idea
6  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / thanking someone that paid lawyer's fees. $ on: July 19, 2006 11:42:51 AM
I moved to the states last year, from Canada. I married an American, we got a lawyer and started working on the applications. Well, yesterday I got my final acceptance, and am now a permanent resident. However, we couldn't have done all of this if it weren't for his boss. She is super generous and footed the bill. We're talking thousands upon thousands of dollars.
There won't be any way to actually repay her, ever, but I really want to give her more than a card and flowers. I don't know her at all, and my husband is a little dense when it comes to these things. She's rich, so what do you give someone that has everything- and I mean everythingHuh
7  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Crafty Business Discussion / Re: Copyrighting a style? on: July 19, 2006 12:13:43 AM
sorry to say, but us crafters rarely ever come across a brand new idea. chances are you aren't the first to want to sell these items.
if i understand you correctly, the type of portraits you do, i've done before in graphic design class. i'm fairly certain that you can't patent or copywrite an art style (take the many "inspired" andy warhol prints of campbell's soup or marilyn monroe. we all gain inspiration from other pieces, so there is a fine line for some people between inspired and copied.
i don't mean to be a bummer though. i'm certain that you make an amazing product, and i do encourage you to plan to create more and even sell. do you have any examples of your creations? perhaps i'm completly wrong interpreting your description.

good luck! the legal stuff is the most confusing and frustrating part of starting a business. Smiley 
8  UNITED STATES / Nevada / Re: Reno Anyone? on: July 14, 2006 02:50:37 PM
Miss M- I don't know what mmorpgs is  Embarrassed
I moved here because I met a guy that lived here and we decided to get married. He had a better paying job, so that's why I'm here rather than Vancouver. I love BC/ Washington state area. Oregon is nice too. I don'y know why, but I miss the rain. 

I have lived here since September and still haven't been to Tahoe or Pyramid Lake. Which sucks because I miss the water SO much.

Amygada- do you do crafting other than crocheting?
9  UNITED STATES / Nevada / Re: Reno Anyone? on: July 10, 2006 05:42:48 PM
Me! Me! I'm here!
I moved to Reno last September from Vancouver, BC. I'm not allowed to work so I computer, craft and eat lots of food. Nor do I drive. I haven't heard of any craft groups, except for some knitters that get together at a library in Sparks (I think).
Where do you two move here from?
10  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Crafty Business Discussion / Re: for those who sell T-shirts . . . on: June 10, 2006 05:32:42 PM
I've been looking into having my designs put onto tshirts. I did searches online for "wholesale printed tshirt" "custom silk screen shirts" and other search words. I found many sites, but I haven't decided on any yet.
Currently I am leaning towards http://www.brokenarrowwear.com/
Just remember that if you have shirts printed for you they usually require a minimum order. I've seen anywhere from 100 minimum to 1000 minimum.
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