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Re: Printing on eggshells
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- Subject: Re: Printing on eggshells
- From: Ron Koster <psymon@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998 00:37:50 -0400
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At 00:39 20/07/98 -0400, KRAMER/KIESNERS wrote:
>I wonder if anyone can think of a way to transfer text to an eggshell?
>I'd like to print a poem on (blown) eggs. My calligraphy skills are not
>up to the job of hand-lettering the eggs and I've been racking my brains
>and the brains of friends for a way to do this. So far nothing has
>worked. Ideally, I'd like to retain the texture of the eggshell surface.
How about iron-ons? You could print on the egg... and cook it at the same
Just kidding -- or am I? I don't know!
How about Lettraset?
P S Y M O N ? ? ? ?