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1  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Crafty Business Discussion / Faxing: What do you do when businesses want to fax you? on: July 29, 2006 05:13:08 PM
I'm just starting out approaching out of state pet stores to carry my screenprinted doggie tees. Since not everyone is familiar with scanners, and email, we're looking into setting up a fax machine. I've started doing research where to add a second phone line dedicated to faxing, it would be $9.99/mo. I haven't found the setup fees yet. I would just use the existing line and set my computer up to receive, but then I'd have to ask them to call ahead and tell me to setup my computer. I'm out a lot so thats just not going to work. Fax machines can get expensive with the machine upkeep, toner, paper, etc. so I'm looking into efax. Has anyone used this? Is there something else out there similar? I used to work at a booking agency and bands used it so they could get their contracts from the road. It seemed to work well for them so that's the first one I've looked into. It looks like its $12.95/mo + $12.95 setup fee. Received emails are free, and its $.10 to send one. I'm guessing thats per page. Any advice or input is greatly appreciated.

2  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Discussion and Questions / dogs coughing or reverse sneezing? on: April 27, 2005 12:06:04 AM
I know this isn't craft related, but I'm curious since there are a lot of pet owners out there if anyone else's dogs have this same problem. My dog Molly seems to start this strange coughing (or reverse sneezing as some have called it) when she gets excited or sometimes when she runs or after drinking. It is like a snorting because her mouth is shut. She's had this for a couple months, and I thought she was getting over it until the past couple days where started doing it again. I'm going to take her to the vet this week to get her checked out, but I wanted to see if others have seen this so I go in prepared to get her taken care of. I was filming her the other day as she was playing and being funny and caught her coughing/sneezing on video. I've uploaded it so maybe someone could help.

It's uploaded here: http://www.blackenedangel.com/molly/coughing.avi

Any help is greatly appreciated.

3  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects / Screenprinted Skull Dog Shirt on: April 08, 2005 09:30:05 PM
I bought some American Apparel dog shirts and screenprinted a skull and crossbones design I made. My setup didn't allow me to make them the size of my dog but she's modeling them anyway. I made her a black one with a pink skull (because she keeps getting mistaken for a boy) that she wore to her puppy graduation. thoughts and comments appreciated.

4  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Screen Printing: Completed Projects / year of the cock shirt on: April 08, 2005 09:16:05 PM
my sister and i did a show a couple months ago in oakland that had a 'year of the cock' theme so we came up with a design and screenprinted some various shirts. here's how some of them turned out. sadly none sold. i found a photo of a rooster online and photoshopped it and added text. i have a screenprinting press in my garage and use my school's exposure unit and wash out booth for most of the cleaning and burning screens. thoughts and comments appreciated. thanks

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5  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects / Ice Cube Treats for Pets on: April 06, 2005 11:43:49 PM
I'm not sure if this qualifies as a craft, but it is pet related. My dog loves ice cubes and loves treats so I took some chocolate molds, put a few kibble pieces in each and filled with water. I put them in the freezer for an hour or so and now my dog Molly has a treat she'll enjoy that will keep her busy.

here is the finished product in the turtle shaped mold. i did a variety of kibble, liver treats, cheese treats and beef treats (two are missing, she tested those two)

I also did a smaller cube in a small heart that only fit 3 kibble squares, and she enjoyed those too. I would think that this would work for cats with catnip cubes. If I still had a cat I would give it a try.
6  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects / Dog Kilt on: March 17, 2005 08:45:48 PM
For fun I decided to make my little chihuahua a kilt. This was my first project designing and sewing myself. It didn't turn out quite as expected but it's a start. I'm planning on trying again.

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