07-23-2013 08:18 AM
I have a strange question about the Discover IT Mixtape design: Can you write on the 'label' on the front of the tape with a sharpie?
I'm tempted to write my name or favorite album on there, but I'm afraid it will smear or otherwise mess up the card. Does anyone have experience with this?
07-23-2013 08:43 AM
Dunno, good idea though.
Kind of wish they had more design options though.. :/
Why are my options CS Fullerton and Nebraska?
07-23-2013 12:12 PM
Yes, you actually can. Just don't forget to let it dry!
Awesome! Have you done it? I'm wondering what the best writing utensil would be.
07-15-2014 04:18 PM
I love that card design and I've often thought of writing an artist's name on there. Sometimes just to be funny, I cover up the Discover name in the lower right hand corner and ask/say -- Have you heard this song?? As they look at the cassette tape, with a puzzled look and probably questioning why the cassette tape is so thin...........
Then they are like, Wow....that's a cool card!
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