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« on: April 24, 2004 01:19:13 PM »

My cousin and I have started a biz together.  our main inventory consist of selling t shirts that we cut and recreate to something a little more spunky to wear. We also sell handbags and matching wallets. We even go so far as making biz cards and designing websites.  We might also get into party planning but who knows.  My question was how do we go about making our tags.  When we  cut our shirts  the original tag usually is cut away as well.  I dont want people to think that we made the t shirt from scratch or anything but i do want them to know we designed it.  And that goes for our handbags as well.  I'm sorry this is so long  but how how do i go about making our tags to put on our merchandise?Huh
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« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2004 01:55:59 PM »

Well, on T's, make a tag that sas "Revamped by.." or "designed by.." and put them where a t shirt tag normally would be.  For handbags, put one on the inside pockect or under the velco saying just your company name.  For websites and biz cards, just say "designed by.."
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« Reply #2 on: April 24, 2004 04:41:32 PM »

You might also want to put something in the description on the website saying that your item was made by redoing an existing shirt.  

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