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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-10-2013, 08:15 PM Thread Starter
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This looks interesting, especially for those who sell at craft shows. It is a mini silk screen set up that would allow you to add your logo or signature to just about anything. You can provide custom artwork up to 2" x 3.5" (US business card size) and they provide a ready-to-use screen print kit. Plus, the price is affordable at only $20.

Here's a link: Teeny Screenies - The Biggest Name in Small Silkscreens!

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That's pretty neat. Turns out it's a bit small for my usage needs tho, I'd need something along the lines of 3"X3".

On the other hand, I've been thinking about trying to make a rubber stamp of my signature, to discreetly put my name on the things I make. One of these would probably give me a lot more 'professional' look than I could do on my own. I'm definitely going to consider a kit. But I'm 'still' going to make a rubber stamp of my Wizard design. So there.

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That is a good idea Oliver. I bookmarked that one for later.

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Brings back memories Oliver. I remember in the early '60s doing shipping labels with a small handheld portable 'screen' print device. The supplier made Gestetner like stencils on which you inscribed your info, then slipped it over the pre-inked pad with handle, and printed your information...addresses in this case. Logos would have worked like a hot damn; but only in one colour.
Wonder if they still make those gadgets?
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