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    I think I've got the fridge magnets dialed in so they can be produced in bulk in any design. Some will be natural and some will be painted. They are cut in 1/8"BB and the backers are scrap anything at about 3/32 to 1/4" so the magnets are flush.

    The puppy and kitty are part of a framed sheet metal sign to display fridge magnets etc.
    The mosquito has been "flying" around the shop for over a year and it was time to toss it or find it a new home. I attached the pattern and some suggestions if anyone would like to use it.
    They make nice little magnets key rings or pins that are almost free to make you can sell cheap to pay craft fair rent.
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    Hi Rob - Nice work. Are you trying to give our pal JohnB a run for his money? I thought he was the king of scrolling in volume but you seem to be catching him up. How many magnets are you planning to produce?

    The mosquito is real amusing. Thanks for including the pattern
    Jim in Mexico

    Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.
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      Originally posted by jim_mex View Post
      Hi Rob - Nice work. Are you trying to give our pal JohnB a run for his money? I thought he was the king of scrolling in volume but you seem to be catching him up. How many magnets are you planning to produce?

      The mosquito is real amusing. Thanks for including the pattern
      Hey Jim, I'm working towards this SPCA marketing to other similar organizations. I plan on doing it anyway but would rather they were a "middle man" so we both can make some money.
      I would rather take and fill $1000 orders than bake a cake and make a dollar.
      If I have my way I'll be hiring and training some cutters and detail people.
      May the wind at you back .....
      Not be from Lunch.

      Don't take life too seriously; No one gets out alive.

      Beauty is in the eye of the BEERHOLDER

      Visit My Gallery

      Oily's Gallery

      http://www.picturetrail.com/oily11

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      • #4
        You're truly inspiring Rob...

        My Mom just today donated her 84 pint....
        She put her name in for a free raffle for donors, and won...
        She got a $25 gift card for Barnes & Noble...
        Which is great, cause she just got a kindle for Christmas...
        I'll go by later this week and help her find some E-books to download...

        Gotta love my Mom...
        Jim

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        No task is too tedious for Art.
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          Hey Rob - thanks for the insight of how a scroller goes about making money!
          Hope things work out to plan and you soon have that group of trainees under your wing.
          Good luck!


          @Jim - congrats to your Mum and nice to hear of her win.
          Jim in Mexico

          Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.
          - Albert Einstein

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          • #6
            Oh yea..I almost forgot....
            I grabbed a copy of the skeeter..
            Thanks Rob....!!!!!
            Jim

            The limits of the imagination are imaginary.
            No task is too tedious for Art.
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