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    Hello, yes I have been missing. Got into one of my "I don't want to cut ANYTHING spells, but probably need to get out of it. I have an opportunity at two Charlotte, NC businesses in the next two weeks to sell my "stuff". I set up in their cafeteria (700+ employees mostly female), one during lunch and one during breakfast and lunch. It's through a coordinating company who contacted me. They furnish businesses with vendors to come in a couple of times a year so their employees can shop without leaving the building. I'll let you know how they work out.

    As a side note, I was on a SimplyInk site and found these products: Joslin Photo Puzzle Co. Puzzle Kits, Jigsaw Puzzle Kits, Heat Transfer | SimplyInk.com - Simplyink looking under "Paper" and imagine my surprise to see "puzzle pieces" available for purchase. I didn't really figure out what they were made of unless basically cardboard, just was surprised to see it at all.
    Cathy
    Cathy

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    That is interesting. Wonder if you could use their transfer system directly on to wood? This appears to be a paper pre-cut puzzle.
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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