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Re: re: name tags

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] re: name tags
  • From: John I Jones jijones@usjoneses.com
  • Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 22:19:59 -0800


How do you straighten the wire? When I by a roll, I tie one end to t 
atree and the other to my bumper (Explorer) and strech it about 4-5 
feet. Straightens out pretty well.

Then how do you make that nice tight cirlecue?



Ronald Leger, Bedford, Qc wrote:

> At 11:27 AM 01/28/2003 -0600, you wrote:
> >nmogens  wrote:
> > > Pat,  a question.  How are you making your nametags?  That looks like
> > > about 10 guage wire and a piece of zinc.  Did you make it yourself? 
> > > Or buy it?  And what did you write with?
> >
> >They are homemade - pretty much on an "as-needed" basis.
> I am not into Irises yet, but I make a similar tag for my daylilies. 
> Mine is made from galvanized wire which I buy in a large roll, and cut 
> up mini blinds (aluminum). I print the cultivar data with my laser 
> printer on clear address labels, and stick it on the tags. They last a 
> very long time and are very readable.  Picture enclosed
> Regards
> Ronald Leger
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