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Member # 2280
 - posted November 03, 2007 15:43
I really want to get a ton of "Certified for Windows Vista" stickers and put them on various objects--perhaps things like lamps, shoes, chairs, etc. I got the idea when my friend took the Vista sticker off his laptop and put it on his refrigerator--it's always amusing to see that his fridge is Vista compatible.
It would also be fun to "decorate" public places with a few choice stickers (nothing too tacky/illegal though).

The question is, where can I get large quantities of Windows Vista stickers?

Just curious,
Member # 170
 - posted November 03, 2007 16:44
Just print'em.

They make sticky film on a paper backing that you can put through an ink jet printer to make window decals and I'm sure the right sized photo punch could be found at a scrapbooking store.
Member # 780
 - posted November 03, 2007 17:53
Hmm...just for you goo, I'm almost tempted to peel them off a batch of computers. It would make the computers better, and give you what you (kind of, in a strange way) need...but it would also be kind of wrong. Therefore, I shall sanction Steen's suggestion!

And for anyone who is troubled by the idea of me being around a lot of Vista machines, rest assured that they've been reloaded with XP! Okay, that's still not /that/ reassuring, but it is a lot less painful. [Big Grin]
Member # 2854
 - posted November 03, 2007 19:05
You can get a Xyron machine. Crafters use it to make stickers out of pretty much anything that can be run through it.
Member # 3225
 - posted November 11, 2007 21:18
Whoa now... don't go encouraging people to use stuff with Vista... careful there... slow down... somebody quarantine those stickers!!!!
Member # 12363
 - posted November 12, 2007 19:38
saw a hammer once with a 'designed for windows XP' sticker - thought that was pretty neat
Member # 12442
 - posted November 18, 2007 19:35
at my school they make all of us use windown vista (so sad i know) but one kid got a special sticker made that says: this computer running an OFFICIAL bootleg copy of vista. (this is because all of the computers in the school are running of a single home vista liscense)
Member # 1089
 - posted November 19, 2007 07:35
Gotta love Vista -- I tried to install three separate compiler suites last night -- one of them worked. My Object Ada package eventually spluttered an error: "This program does not run on Windows 3.1".
Member # 7103
 - posted November 19, 2007 07:50
After my "Windows Vista Compatible" sticker fell of my cat (naturally the first place to stick it), we taped it to a houseplant...and then, well, chaos ensued. It's been a pretty common game with the roomies, and everyday, we find something new in our shitty apartment that's 'Vista compatible'...yesterday it was the toilet, a week ago, the toaster, and today, I spied it on the egg beater. Oh, such fun! [Smile]
Member # 170
 - posted November 19, 2007 11:32
On the garbage can seems like a good place for it. It'd be the first place I installed a copy of Vista if I had one [Smile]
Member # 7103
 - posted November 19, 2007 11:34
Been there, done that...as well as the compost container... [Razz]

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