anaka_ravenna at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 3 10:44:20 PST 2004
The badge can be reflective of your device but it dosen't have to be... and you don't actually have to have a badge registered, it can be just decoration/identification. This is especially true of anything with knotwork in it(which Heralds seem to despise). When I made an ID favor for Alex I used some stamped designs and the most eye-blinding colors I could get my hands on to make it really noticable, fire-red fabric with geometric designs in white and brillant blue and the lettering in lemon yellow.
"Horn, Trisha D." <tdhorn at saintfrancis.com> wrote:
So a totally different design (from my device, once I get it registered)
would not be the best? I have a friend who has a Celtic horse embroidery
design she can do... would this be totally goofy and out of the question?
And thanks for reminding me about the info on the back. Seems like I heard
that before and totally forgot...with my two minute memory... :)
I'm planning on attending the Commenting this month (could I get
directions?), to turn in my name and device ideas to see if they'll fly or
not. If I get one of the belt favors done, I'll bring it with me.
Thanks to all for the help!
> Most people like to have their badge be reflective of their device, for
> instance my device has a turtle and a cross of cerdanya on it, my badge
> is probably going to be a turtle on a cross of cerdanya, or a cross of
> cerdanya on a turtle
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