[HNW] H-needlework Digest, Vol 57, Issue 2
Melinda.Sherbring at verizon.net
Tue Jan 25 12:34:18 PST 2011
When we hosted the Known World Heraldic and Scribal Symposium in 2007 (I think it was), we had the Proceedings volume printed on CDs. We supplied artwork, and they put the artwork onto the CD. I suspect they can also help you with liner notes.
The place we used was www.CheapCDDuplications.com. I Googled for CD duplication and found lots of possibilities. I was happy with this one, but there are lots of possibilities. They were inexpensive and good quality.
Melinda / Eowyn Amberdrake
> Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2011 08:49:46 -0500
> From: "Kathryn Newell" <c.knewell at Comcast.net>
> To: <h-needlework at lists.ansteorra.org>
> Subject: [HNW] status of "Flowers of the Needle"
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> I am, however, wondering how to have it burned onto a CD. Does anyone Out
> There have any information they can help me with? Who or where do I go, how
> does it compare in price to paper printing, etc???
> *Please* don't suggest I do it myself. Our home computer is from 2002 and
> the disk drives have never worked well. Add to this the idea of having to
> have at least 50 CDs burned before I ever announce it's available. Thirdly--
> how in the world do I do the liners? I don't do destktop publishing. The
> idea of cutting cardstock into strips to fit into the CD jewel cases is also
> I'd appreciate any help or advice-- off list so we don't bore Everyone
> SCA: Kathryn Goodwyn
> "too many centuries...too little time"
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