Re: Quick decal question...
I've tried a couple of the printer friendly decal papers with less that desirable results. The ink jet printer doesn't give you a good opaque color; more translucent or semi-opaque. Also keep in mind you can't print white. Or at least most printers don't. K.I.P's idea looks like it would be better. Something else I can't find anymore is dry transfer (rub on) lettering. It used to be available at arts & crafts stores, hobby shops and even Ace hardware carried it. I've been told that computers have made dry transfers obsolete.
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