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Both designs are good for the flags. I think we should definately get a CIFC on tour flag.

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Just had a go at a design - but not clever enough to get a copy of the flag.

It was a St. George but Yellow cross and Blue quarters. CIFC in the quarters with "THE GULLS" in black through the middle.


What was the cost?

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£57.99 for the flag 9ft x 4.5ft
£28.44 for 13 letters

Total = £86.43

Looked quite nice - even if I say so myself <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smirk.gif" alt="" /> Just can't "paste" it on here.

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Now thats the nuts...........

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i got bored at work

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yer nice

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If your that bored - what you like at sowing and embroidery? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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that is excellent Ken

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i almost attached a button on once

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Did you do that flag on that website ken? If so how much would it set us back?

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That one is quality, do you know the cost Ken?

A Non E Mouse, you need to save the image and add it as an attachment.

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i just made it up on photoshop, i have e-mailed it to a few companys to find out costs, should hear back tomorrow

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A Non E Mouse, you need to save the image and add it as an attachment.


I have tried to drag a copy of the flag onto my desktop. I have tried to copy and paste it onto a word document which it does without the design. But neither work. It won't let me highlight just the flag. It mentions something about Macromedia 7. Right clicking on it doesn't give me copy or paste but Loop and view and crap like that.

Bolox to all this new technology - what was wrong with a ZX Spectrum and Manic Miner - there's always someone who has to make it bigger, quicker and better.

First up against the wall - Bill bloody Gates!!

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i just made it up on photoshop, i have e-mailed it to a few companys to find out costs, should hear back tomorrow


I know you ain't got the prices back for your wonder creation yet Ken - but we may need to start thinking about a tenner each for that design <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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i just made it up on photoshop, i have e-mailed it to a few companys to find out costs, should hear back tomorrow


You wanna see the prices I got back of company's I emailed! For the basic Yellow Army flag but 12ft x 6ft there were no quotes less than £300!

A Non E Mouse, if you press "Print Screen" while your on that section you can paste it into Paint and save it as a JPeg.

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damn that is expensive

here is a place that sells a yellow and blue Chequered flags for £7.99

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here is an e-mail i got back on the design

[color:"blue"] Ken

We certainly can print your football flag.

We can make pretty well any size you want but there are three popular sizes which are, 1.5m x 1m at £43.95 plus £3 postage. 2.5m x 1.5m at £89.95 plus £5 postage and 3m x 1.5m at £99.95 plus £5 postage.

We would need to redraw the crest unless you have a very high quality version for large format printing. We just need the crest. We usually print from a vector file produced in Adobe Illustrator (.AI file) or Corel Draw (.CDR file) and a redraw would cost £25 A bitmap at 150 dpi min. up to 300 dots per inch Max. will be OK if you have it in this form.

Best regards, Ralph [/color]

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Opened the screen and pressed "print screen" but nothing happens.

Might be because I'm at work or something. Other than that I can't seem to work it out and it's getting on my tits now - shame because I was getting into this "lets play drawing rather than work" situation. Had a few little ideas.......

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here is a list of prices for plastic banners that can also be printed to pretty much any size (the company makes the banners that go around scaffolding on buildings so they can be huge)

it is a PDF file




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