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    Default Stick figure uke family

    You know those stick figure family decals that people put in the back window of their cars? How about something like that that represents your ukulele family? I've always thought those things were a bit silly, but I think I'd do a uke version if I could find out how to make those decals. Anybody have any ideas? Thanks,

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    I make those stick figures (cut them, not draw them), but don't have any uke players. The closest I've got is stick figures with Hawaiian shirts. I wish I could find some artwork like that. I'll see ask around and see if I can find an artist to create some.
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    Presenting my family's uke group logo....

    Mainland Red Cedar Tenor
    DS Gill Tenor Pineapple spruce/mahogany
    Goldtone Concert Banjo Uke (BUC)
    Blueridge BR-40T Tenor guitar tuned DGBE
    Kala U-Bass
    Gold Tone CC-OT 5 string banjo
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    Waves hands - I can do these I could actually do Cb's one if wanted, single colour would be best but I could print if nec. They're great fun.
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    Thanks for the ideas and links. That drawing is just too damn cute, cb56

    I was really thinking of just doing stick figure ukes, sort of like this:




    http://my.starstream.net/cinci/uke-figure.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dougf View Post
    You know those stick figure family decals that people put in the back window of their cars? How about something like that that represents your ukulele family? I've always thought those things were a bit silly, but I think I'd do a uke version if I could find out how to make those decals. Anybody have any ideas? Thanks,

    Doug

    Old thread, but just saw these...

    http://kani-ka-pila.com/wordpress/ca...re-great-stuff

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    What! No cat with ukulele?
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    Don't know if I should be speaking for him, but Chindog now does have the uke players - I have a great one from him on my uke case!
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    I know that there are window cling sheets that you can print directly on in color - a friend printed a set for me of the dual and quad line kites I used to fly. (By the way, KAS is quite similar to UAS, and can be somewhat more expensive...)
    Lanikai B-TCA tenor "Mystery Uke", Oscar Schmidt OU53 M baritone "The Big One", Rally concert banjolele "Cletus", Tomo Electric tenor "Little Red", Kala travel tenor "Slim", Monkeywrench Electric baritone "the Axe", hand painted Halloween concert "Spooky", Soprano with skulls "Bonez", Ami Ami tenor resonator "Shiny", Lark in the Morning tenor guitar (tuned DGBE) "It's most of a guitar...", Legpap u-bass "Thud"

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