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    Hi everyone,

    I do a lot of crystal glasses for people and I'm paying a company to provide self adhesive fancy initials, I can't seem to find an easy answer to what I would need to be able to do them myself.
    Any help and advice would be really welcome

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    Hi
    do you have a printer? do an Ebay search for the following :

    HIGH DEF CLEAR A4 INKJET SELF ADHESIVE STICKER LABEL VINYL

    Have a great New Year
    https://www.facebook.com/lawsonpens?ref=hl

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    • #3
      Get yourself a silhouette portrait cutting machine and make them yourself or contact me for any one off custom designs as I have one.
      My website
      http://www.ooak-sculptor.co.uk >> The Butterfly Wing & Doll Eye Creator CD


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      • #4
        I did use LOCTITE recently for a project and it did a great job

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        • #5
          I think that it needs special equipment. You can learn the procedure on the Internet.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Phillybub View Post
            Hi everyone,

            I do a lot of crystal glasses for people and I'm paying a company to provide self adhesive fancy initials, I can't seem to find an easy answer to what I would need to be able to do them myself.
            Any help and advice would be really welcome
            Graphic architect hereā€”save your money! Just google whatever you want and put 'EPS' or 'SVG' after it (those are vector formats). Usually, vectors of popular images like that can be found, and most businesses put vectors of their logos online.

            You may need to get an artist to create stuff like anime characters and Pokemon, but if you have Adobe Illustrator, it's typically a one-click solution if the picture is plain enough (live trace it).

            To say that, I might get some downvotes, but I wouldn't want you to spend $5-$10 on someone googling a photo for you.

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