• Facepunch IFAP Patches - I Rolled Nickles and now where MAKING THIS HAPEN
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Code- Trying looking into this site: [URL]http://www.mutinouscreations.com/custom-patches.html[/URL] I'm not sure if you have ordered already but this place seems cheap. If you also make a post advertising them you get 10% off the order.
Eww, vinyl. Embroided ones are better.
[QUOTE=BBOOBBYY!;34692937]Eww, vinyl. Embroided ones are better.[/QUOTE] Hi, I'm the owner of MutinousCreations. Power of the internet - I track hits :P I can see where you're coming from, a lot of people assume that because our stuff is less costly, it's also less quality, but that isn't true. There are advantages to our vinyl patches compared to embroidery; and there's advantages to embroidery. Our patches allow for much finer detail, they don't fray, and they don't fade as much over time. We can personalize/customize each patch. Because we don't have to pay digitizing fees and everything is done in house, we can offer patches with no minimum order at a low price. They don't have the same textured look that some embroidered patches have and they can't have as many colors, they also can't have gradients or shadows. And if you get them in gigantic quantities they are less costly. But we can do awesome stuff like this with our patches: [IMG]http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/431430_180154672086938_126065747495831_195314_305103490_n.jpg[/IMG] That's a Carbon Fiber background :) Our colors tend to be more vibrant (they "pop"), and we offer specialty vinyl that looks like metal, punched steel, and more. We can also do extremely custom shapes. I've had embroidered patches made in the past, and custom shaped patches tend to fray because of the way they are made, ours don't do that. [IMG]http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/395875_171005429668529_126065747495831_180498_685070513_n.jpg[/IMG] As far as I know, we're the only company offering vinyl patches. So how about you try em out before judging them, considering the price it isn't that big of a risk!
Hey, bro, as I bought KF for ossumsauce, I only have $11 left, is it still okay for me to get two, but for shipping for only one, or can I only get one?
[QUOTE=jomt1234;34741850]Hey, bro, as I bought KF for ossumsauce, I only have $11 left, is it still okay for me to get two, but for shipping for only one, or can I only get one?[/QUOTE] I'm dense. Explain to me what you need. [editline]17th February 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=MutinyBri;34741756]Hi, I'm the owner of MutinousCreations. Power of the internet - I track hits :P I can see where you're coming from, a lot of people assume that because our stuff is less costly, it's also less quality, but that isn't true. There are advantages to our vinyl patches compared to embroidery; and there's advantages to embroidery. Our patches allow for much finer detail, they don't fray, and they don't fade as much over time. We can personalize/customize each patch. Because we don't have to pay digitizing fees and everything is done in house, we can offer patches with no minimum order at a low price. They don't have the same textured look that some embroidered patches have and they can't have as many colors, they also can't have gradients or shadows. And if you get them in gigantic quantities they are less costly. But we can do awesome stuff like this with our patches: That's a Carbon Fiber background :) Our colors tend to be more vibrant (they "pop"), and we offer specialty vinyl that looks like metal, punched steel, and more. We can also do extremely custom shapes. I've had embroidered patches made in the past, and custom shaped patches tend to fray because of the way they are made, ours don't do that. As far as I know, we're the only company offering vinyl patches. So how about you try em out before judging them, considering the price it isn't that big of a risk![/QUOTE] Wow, you're awesome for showing up here. Unfortunately I already placed an order a week or two ago for embroidery but I saw your site and I'm definitely using it for myself to order one or two custom patches for myself in the future. Maybe the next IFAP patch could be vinyl, I have to see how our first embroidery run goes.
[QUOTE=CodeMonkey3;34744607]I'm dense. Explain to me what you need.[/QUOTE] Like, could I get one patch for $5, and one for $6 so the total is $11 instead for the $12?
I want to order a vinyl patch real bad now, but not sure what design
[QUOTE=MutinyBri;34741756]Hi, I'm the owner of MutinousCreations. Power of the internet - I track hits :P I can see where you're coming from, a lot of people assume that because our stuff is less costly, it's also less quality, but that isn't true. There are advantages to our vinyl patches compared to embroidery; and there's advantages to embroidery. Our patches allow for much finer detail, they don't fray, and they don't fade as much over time. We can personalize/customize each patch. Because we don't have to pay digitizing fees and everything is done in house, we can offer patches with no minimum order at a low price. They don't have the same textured look that some embroidered patches have and they can't have as many colors, they also can't have gradients or shadows. And if you get them in gigantic quantities they are less costly. But we can do awesome stuff like this with our patches: [IMG]http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/431430_180154672086938_126065747495831_195314_305103490_n.jpg[/IMG] That's a Carbon Fiber background :) Our colors tend to be more vibrant (they "pop"), and we offer specialty vinyl that looks like metal, punched steel, and more. We can also do extremely custom shapes. I've had embroidered patches made in the past, and custom shaped patches tend to fray because of the way they are made, ours don't do that. [IMG]http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/395875_171005429668529_126065747495831_180498_685070513_n.jpg[/IMG] As far as I know, we're the only company offering vinyl patches. So how about you try em out before judging them, considering the price it isn't that big of a risk![/QUOTE] You sir, will be getting my teams business, expect an email in the coming week or two.
[QUOTE=jomt1234;34744670]Like, could I get one patch for $5, and one for $6 so the total is $11 instead for the $12?[/QUOTE] $5 per patch includes shipping in the US. $5 per patch. $1 to ship the order international (anywhere from 1-5 patches) so if you ordered two it'd cost you $11 anyway. I don't charge you shipping for each patch individually. ALSO I just got a notification from Fedex and they're on their way. If I can get stamps I can start shipping them out by [b]MONDAY[/b] Once I get the patches in hand I'll take some pictures and I'll tell you [i]HOW TO ORDER[/i] [img]http://c580019.r19.cf2.rackcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/billy-mays.jpg[/img] Rush delivery [b]NOT[/b] available [i]motherfuckers.[/i]
Oh, sweet!
I love how all my orders are coming around at the same time, will definitely wear it proudly.
[QUOTE=MutinyBri;34741756]Hi, I'm the owner of MutinousCreations. Power of the internet - I track hits :P I can see where you're coming from, a lot of people assume that because our stuff is less costly, it's also less quality, but that isn't true. There are advantages to our vinyl patches compared to embroidery; and there's advantages to embroidery. Our patches allow for much finer detail, they don't fray, and they don't fade as much over time. We can personalize/customize each patch. Because we don't have to pay digitizing fees and everything is done in house, we can offer patches with no minimum order at a low price. They don't have the same textured look that some embroidered patches have and they can't have as many colors, they also can't have gradients or shadows. And if you get them in gigantic quantities they are less costly. But we can do awesome stuff like this with our patches: That's a Carbon Fiber background :) Our colors tend to be more vibrant (they "pop"), and we offer specialty vinyl that looks like metal, punched steel, and more. We can also do extremely custom shapes. I've had embroidered patches made in the past, and custom shaped patches tend to fray because of the way they are made, ours don't do that. As far as I know, we're the only company offering vinyl patches. So how about you try em out before judging them, considering the price it isn't that big of a risk![/QUOTE] Expect my business, my good sir.
[QUOTE=MutinyBri;34741756] I can see where you're coming from, a lot of people assume that because our stuff is less costly, it's also less quality, but that isn't true. [/QUOTE] Nah, that's not what I had in mind. I just prefer the "classy" look of embroided patches over the vinyl ones, which aren't always very fitting. But I do like some of the possibilities that vinyl patches may offer.
what does IFAP think of this? [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/14329594/ifap.png[/img]
codemoney ill only buy one if you kiss it [editline]17th February 2012[/editline] no but seriously ill get one of my friends to paypal you some dollars for one or two
[QUOTE=milkandcooki;34748893]codemoney ill only buy one if you kiss it [editline]17th February 2012[/editline] no but seriously ill get one of my friends to paypal you some dollars for one or two[/QUOTE] Dude(tte), I hope you are under the influence of something.
[QUOTE=Back_Slash;34748704]what does IFAP think of this? [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/14329594/ifap.png[/img][/QUOTE] it looks too simple but replace the knife with a dick and leave the hand like that and it'll do
I'm changing it to a grenade with the pin pulled.
[QUOTE=CodeMonkey3;34744607]I'm dense. Explain to me what you need. [editline]17th February 2012[/editline] Wow, you're awesome for showing up here. Unfortunately I already placed an order a week or two ago for embroidery but I saw your site and I'm definitely using it for myself to order one or two custom patches for myself in the future. Maybe the next IFAP patch could be vinyl, I have to see how our first embroidery run goes.[/QUOTE] Sounds good. In the future we could set it up so your patches sell on our website, that way you don't have to deal with upfront costs or shipping to customers, and you do all the promotion/marketing for us. We'd give you a percentage of the profits for this, of course. This way you guys could get your patches made in different color combinations, with specialty vinyl, different sizes, etc, too. We could also do gun decals, car decals, shirts, sweatshirts, and other products this way, if there was interest. Thanks to everyone elses replies as well. We're a small team serving small teams, when we got our patches made it was $18 a piece, since we only wanted 4. That's why we created this alternative and our slogan is "Designed with small teams in mind." -Bri P.S. I'm a girl :) but the rest of my team is male. [editline]18th February 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=BBOOBBYY!;34747394]Nah, that's not what I had in mind. I just prefer the "classy" look of embroided patches over the vinyl ones, which aren't always very fitting. But I do like some of the possibilities that vinyl patches may offer.[/QUOTE] I agree, in some instances embroidery looks better. But sometimes vinyl patches will look just as good or even better. It really depends on the complexity of the design and how small the details are. We're certainly not trying to put embroidery out of business!
Any chance you could get more pictures of the vinyl patches in light? I'm curious as to how glossy vinyl is.
God damnit. What sense does this make? [img]http://filesmelt.com/dl/afafa2.png[/img] The patch place is located in NY. They delivered the package to a Fedex store in Newburgh NY (Which is 40 minutes away) and the estimated delivery was tomorrow, the 18th. This made perfect sense to me. But I checked it again and now it's for some reason in New Jersey and the delivery is Tuesday. The 21st. [b]WHY[/b]
[QUOTE=venom;34750301]Any chance you could get more pictures of the vinyl patches in light? I'm curious as to how glossy vinyl is.[/QUOTE] Here's a video of my team, most of the patches they are wearing are made of vinyl, so it shows better how they really look. [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGl2tBqY_GM&feature=related[/url] Most of our vinyls have a matte finish -- kind of look like leather, either then the specialty vinyl. I'm going to add pre-made patches to the store soon, so people can by just one patch to see how they look in person, before having a bunch made.
Hmm I've been thinking of creating a patch representing my schools badminton team I might give the vinyl a try!
Uhm. Okay, now I'm just baffled. [img]http://filesmelt.com/dl/sssafa.png[/img] The estimated delivery is set for tomorrow (today) again.
Cause FedEx fucks up everything.
[b]THE FACEPUNCH PATCHES ARE HERE![/b] [t]http://i.cubeupload.com/ddLL2K.jpg[/t] [t]http://i.cubeupload.com/WrAIdZ.jpg[/t] [i]Pricing:[/i] Domestic (USA): Each patch is $5 and shipping is covered in the cost of the patch. International: Each patch is $5 (USD) and you must provide $1 (USD) for shipping. For example, if you buy three patches the total cost is $16. [i]Payment:[/i] Paypal: [email]cevb130@yahoo.com[/email] Paypal is the preferred method of payment. [b]SEND IT AS A GIFT[/b]. When you place an order you will need to put the following information in the "Comments/Note" field. [b]ALSO PM ME THIS INFO ON FACEPUNCH[/b] [QUOTE=Note] Senders Name Street Address City, State, Zip Code (Country if applicable) Username # of patches[/QUOTE] I'd prefer you do it in that format so it'll be easier and faster for me to print labels. Add your username below that for reference and the number of patches you wish to purchase. If you do not have a paypal you can mail me the money. [b]I DO NOT ACCEPT CHECKS[/b] because if it bounces you're a dead motherfucker. [QUOTE=Mail Order] Colin VanBuren. 202 Mullock Rd Middletown, NY 10940. [/QUOTE] Provide the same information as listed above in the envelope. INTERNATIONAL: Paypal is the [b]ONLY[/b] method to purchase patches International as I wouldn't know what to do with your commie money. Provide the same details as listed above, as far as I know that's all I'll need but I may have to communicate with you later because I've never shipped/mailed things International PS: Canada counts as International. If you have any questions you can use the email I listed or post them here and I'll do my best to work with you. The first batch will probably be mailed out on Monday. Tuesday latest if some disaster does not permit me to send them Monday.
PM me your paypal info I am buying two right away.
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learn to blow me venom. It had something personal in there to bypass paypal's payment hold policy.
Is there anyway I could buy somebody (looking at you, Kill) an 11 dollar game on Steam or some shit and they cover two patches for me?
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