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1  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Completed Projects / Re: Johnny the Homicidal Maniac on: December 08, 2004 04:40:13 PM
Cool shirt...i really like the placement of the images.  I always just stick everything in the middle...

I've had pretty good luck with iron-on transfers; I've got one I wear every couple weeks that I made 6 or 7 months ago, and it's still holding up.  "Cannibalism for Dummies" - like the book series.

And yes, JTHM does indeed rock.  I'm planning to make an "I Feel Sick" shirt with Spooky and the girls... someday.
2  UNITED STATES / Wisconsin / Re: ART vs. CRAFT *Brew City Craft Fair* on: November 07, 2004 12:21:05 PM
I was extremely impressed with the quality of the stuff at AvC.  Seemed like, overall, there was a really high standard of craftsmanship(craftwomanship?).  I had some stuff on a friend's table, and I sold a lot more than I was expecting to.  Thank you, flyingfish, for bringing something cool & interesting to Milwaukee, AND for proving that people will come to it! 

3  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Crafty Business Discussion / Re:Are there any sites that make buttons or biz cards? on: April 30, 2004 02:14:36 PM
I've used VistaPrint twice, and they're okay.  No real complaints.

However, the best thing I've seen is www.4colorprint.com ... 1000 cards for $59 + shipping.  Full-color front, b&w back, silk laminated(so they're stronger, and tear/water resistant.)
The sample I have of their stuff is really top-notch.  They also have postcards, rectangular stickers, and even custom die-cut stickers!(yippee!)
Sorry if I sound like a commercial here...

The only downside is, for small-scale, you haveta buy a minimum of 1000 of whatever you're getting...but overall, I think they offer a really good price. (ex: VistaPrint charged me around $40 for 250 cards.  For an extra $20 I coulda had 1000 cards that were a lot nicer.)

At any rate, I recommend checkin' 'em out.
4  Wisconsin / Wisconsin: Southeast / Re:Yarn around Milwaukee? on: April 29, 2004 02:30:23 PM
The JoAnn's by Southridge(S 76th st) is pretty massive, some good stuff.  Also: Michael's craft store just off of S 27th St has a middlin'-good selection, and then there's also Hancock Fabrics on Highway 100.
For my money, I've always had the best luck at Hancock...their physical display area is a bit smaller, but they seem to stock a pretty good selection.  Dirt cheap through luxurious.  If you want directions/addresses, just ask.
I'll ask around a bit at my knitting group tonight...
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