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  1. Fragrance Buddy has one and its one of my best sellers.
  2. She is a Crafters Choice supplier
  3. Their Picnic in the Park is good too. So is their Honey Pear Cider.
  4. I think they’re very comparable to Maple Street’s. I’ve checked into them, but I don’t need 1400 clamshells at once. Maple Street also sells cases of 700, that’s why I expect they’re the same thing.
  5. I've even hit them with a heat gun for a few seconds before pouring into them.
  6. Trappeur posted a thread about this a day or so go. You might search for it. It's a very recent post. Updated: Here is a copy of this link: http://www.craftserver.com/topic/111519-blending-464-and-4630/?do=findComment&comment=1050214
  7. Yes! It keeps taking me to RE website
  8. It looks like they are going to try and reopen.
  9. I'm going to have to try FB or Cierra (I think Gail suggested it).
  10. According to his personal Facebook page, they are entertaining all legit offers of purchase. By the time any transaction closes, most of his scents will have been duped ~ how successfully remains to be seen
  11. I know that A LOT of crafters have generously offered samples to Maple Street Candle in order for them to dupe. I don't know the time frame for that process, but I am hopeful at this point (or at least trying to be). I'm still trying to find a replacement for Tennessee's Pumpkin Pecan Waffle. Has anyone found a close replacement for this yet?
  12. I use an Epson 3460 and it does a great job for me ~ Wifi and Bluetooth It cost me around $120 and the ink in about $70 for a full color replacement.
  13. Thank you Goldie!!! Created with PicMonkey! I think Puma was the one who suggested the site some time ago (at least I think it was her) lol
  14. I've tried a lot of different clear labels along with different ~ and some rather expensive ~ printers. I have yet to print a single one that didn't ruin as soon as water or other moisture was introduced. My AHA moment was when I ordered a scrub from a very well known Kentucky soaper. She prints her labels on paper and then places clear packing tape over it and it is a gorgeous label. And I thought to myself "GOOD GRIEF!!!" lol
  15. I'm not sure what you are labeling, but I put clear packing tape over my whipped sugar soap jars and it works great with very little cost. And unless you're looking for it, you can't tell it's not part of the actual label.
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