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1  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re: Waterproof Label Co-op Update on: April 06, 2005 06:55:18 PM
Hi--
There is only one more week remaining to get in on the waterproof label co-op.  Please join us! Thanks for looking!
Jackie

 
Hi--
The details of the Spring waterproof Label co-op are below.  Please read all the info--almost every question you can think of is answered on one the websites.  As always, group owner and moderators are not responsible for the outcome of third party transactions--yada, yada, yada!  Smiley  Thanks for looking!
Jackie

Email address: rjturbot@cfl.rr.com

Host/Hostess Name: Jackie Turbot

Title: Waterproof Inkjet Labels

Description/Items: Full-page bright white matte inkjet labels with
permanent adhesive that are completely waterproof when printed on your inkjet printer.  Use for toiletry and bath products exposed to water or oil--lipbalms, essential oils, fragrance oils, scrubs, liquid soaps, etc.  You may cut these to the size you need with paper cutters, circle and oval cutters.  We have now co-opted over 40,000 sheets of these labels in the last 2 years and have found them to be very durable and very affordable.  Make sure your customers can read your contact information on your products by using these wonderful labels. Smiley

Price: $20 for 20 sheets
$50 for 100 sheets
Includes Priority Mail shipping, insurance and delivery confirmation.
NOTE:   My shopping cart will show a shipping charge, but, please disregard it.  Larger quantities are available.  Please see additional details at: www.handcraftedbyjackieturbot.com

Closing Date: April 13, 2005 or when 5000 sheet minimum is reached
(whichever is first)

Minimum Order/Items: 20 sheets

Payment Methods: Check, Money Order, Paypal, Visa, MC
 

Payment Due Date: Payments must be received within 3 days of ordering. No electronic checks or Paypal checks please.  Note:  if paying by Paypal, please use the money order option with my shopping cart and I will send you a Paypal Funds Request once minimum is reached.  Credit Cards will not be processed until minimum is reached. 

Estimated Delivery: April 27, 2005

Comments: Please be sure to sign up for the Co-op Yahoo Group when you order so you will receive regular updates on the co-op's status (this is a low volume list except during the co-op and then you will get several emails a week until we ship...Special Notice setting is fine). This saves me answering LOTS of individual emails.  Please visit my website, the yahoo group or http://www.rippedsheets.com/inkjet/wp.html
for more information on these particular labels

2  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Waterproof Label Co-op on: March 24, 2005 06:33:23 PM
Hi--
The details of the Spring waterproof Label co-op are below.  Please read all the info--almost every question you can think of is answered on one the websites.  As always, group owner and moderators are not responsible for the outcome of third party transactions--yada, yada, yada!  Smiley  Thanks for looking!
Jackie

Email address: rjturbot@cfl.rr.com

Host/Hostess Name: Jackie Turbot

Title: Waterproof Inkjet Labels

Description/Items: Full-page bright white matte inkjet labels with
permanent adhesive that are completely waterproof when printed on your inkjet printer.  Use for toiletry and bath products exposed to water or oil--lipbalms, essential oils, fragrance oils, scrubs, liquid soaps, etc.  You may cut these to the size you need with paper cutters, circle and oval cutters.  We have now co-opted over 40,000 sheets of these labels in the last 2 years and have found them to be very durable and very affordable.  Make sure your customers can read your contact information on your products by using these wonderful labels. Smiley

Price: $20 for 20 sheets
$50 for 100 sheets
Includes Priority Mail shipping, insurance and delivery confirmation.
NOTE:   My shopping cart will show a shipping charge, but, please disregard it.  Larger quantities are available.  Please see additional details at: www.handcraftedbyjackieturbot.com

Closing Date: April 13, 2005 or when 5000 sheet minimum is reached
(whichever is first)

Minimum Order/Items: 20 sheets

Payment Methods: Check, Money Order, Paypal, Visa, MC
 

Payment Due Date: Payments must be received within 3 days of ordering. No electronic checks or Paypal checks please.  Note:  if paying by Paypal, please use the money order option with my shopping cart and I will send you a Paypal Funds Request once minimum is reached.  Credit Cards will not be processed until minimum is reached. 

Estimated Delivery: April 27, 2005

Comments: Please be sure to sign up for the Co-op Yahoo Group when you order so you will receive regular updates on the co-op's status (this is a low volume list except during the co-op and then you will get several emails a week until we ship...Special Notice setting is fine). This saves me answering LOTS of individual emails.  Please visit my website, the yahoo group or http://www.rippedsheets.com/inkjet/wp.html
for more information on these particular labels
3  Florida / Florida: North / Re: anyone in Gainesville? on: September 19, 2004 04:40:11 PM
The last weekend in November there is a good craft show at the O'Connell Center.  Also, the last weekend in September there is one at the United Methodist Church--the show is called the Possum Creek Craft Festival--or something close to that! Cheesy  Either of these places you could meet up with local crafters.
Jackie
4  Florida / Florida: Panhandle / Pensacola? Seafood Festival??? on: September 19, 2004 04:37:48 PM
Has anybody heard if the Pensacola Seafood Festival has been canceled officially because of the storm? 
Jackie
5  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: Gluestick containers?? on: September 19, 2004 04:35:14 PM
As someone else said--for yourself--sure go ahead and try it.  But, if you wanted to make some as Christmas presents...then go to someplace like www.Brambleberry.com and just order a small quantity.  I was there last night and noticed the big size tubes are on sale $5 for 10 of them and the lipbalm size are only like $15 for 50.  Not much money and then your products will be oh so professional.   Cheesy
Jackie
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