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I have had the new decals produced and they are nice!

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In order to celebrate I'm launching a contest giving away 2 decals to 20 lucky members.

Entry:
Post to this thread. That's it!

Drawing:
On September 22nd we will close this thread and hold a drawing on September 23 selecting 20 members to receive decals.

Thanks to everyone who has supported the site! All supporting members will already be receiving the decals. For more information ion supporting membership please see this link.

http://www.rabbitsonline.net/payments.php
 

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As if I didn't already portray myself to everyone I know as a rabbit fanatic!! Such a nicely-done decal. :) Can't wait for them to be sold!

Great motivation to support RO. :) Everyone loves a good decal!

(Also, good luck to everyone who posts/enters!)
 

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I feel such a chump for asking! Probably has a different name here!! Lol
 

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It does help thank you(why not just call it a sticker?)
 

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They are stickers, and they are 2.5 x 3.5 I want to say, but I don't have a ruler right here.
 

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Thanks for doing this.
I always refer people to RO for info when they adopt rabbits at the Edmonton Humane Society. I requested business cards before but never got them.
 

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It does help thank you(why not just call it a sticker?)
Strictly speaking, a "decal" (short for "decalcomania", which sounds like a disease) is something printed and stuck by an adhesive onto a backing, usually paper. You transfer the decal to another surface by soaking it off the backing with a solvent (usually water), which softens the adhesive. When you stick the decal on a window or something, as the decal dries the adhesive re-hardens to make a permanent bond.

Back in the dark ages, when dinosaurs walked the earth and I was a kid making plastic model airplanes, each airplane kit came with a sheet of decals which you'd soak off one at a time and attempt to stick on the airplane in an appropriate place. They nearly always wound up folded or with bubbles or stuck on crooked, but we thought they looked cool.

In recent years plastic labels have become available which stick on windows or other very smooth surfaces using molecular adhesion, rather than glue. They're not decals, but some people still call them "decals".

Again, strictly speaking, the distinction between stickers and decals is that stickers are self-adhesive. You peel the sticker off a backing mechanically and stick it on something using the adhesive on the sticker without using a solvent. Once again, many people call vinyl self-adhesive stickers "decals", even though they're not.
 

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Strictly speaking, a "decal" (short for "decalcomania", which sounds like a disease) is something printed and stuck by an adhesive onto a backing, usually paper. You transfer the decal to another surface by soaking it off the backing with a solvent (usually water), which softens the adhesive. When you stick the decal on a window or something, as the decal dries the adhesive re-hardens to make a permanent bond.

Back in the dark ages, when dinosaurs walked the earth and I was a kid making plastic model airplanes, each airplane kit came with a sheet of decals which you'd soak off one at a time and attempt to stick on the airplane in an appropriate place. They nearly always wound up folded or with bubbles or stuck on crooked, but we thought they looked cool.

In recent years plastic labels have become available which stick on windows or other very smooth surfaces using molecular adhesion, rather than glue. They're not decals, but some people still call them "decals".

Again, strictly speaking, the distinction between stickers and decals is that stickers are self-adhesive. You peel the sticker off a backing mechanically and stick it on something using the adhesive on the sticker without using a solvent. Once again, many people call vinyl self-adhesive stickers "decals", even though they're not.
Now that makes sense cheers mike, (always get a straight answer from a make ha ha ) I would call one of those a car sticker I.e. for car window. Guess I have blown my chances of winning one now though!! Lol
 
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