VWL Groupies & Lovers Thread (Special Collectors’ Edition), updated 28 Jan 19

ottawagreg

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I searched disboards home page for a forum more suited for a question on crystal arts on Main Street. I did not notice one so I’m going to smartest most experienced group on the inter web. The shop sells 3D hologram etchings. I saw them at Christmas. One display was a softball. My baby girl and I (coach) have many memories of her career in fast pitch softball.

My question is, does anyone know if I can bring a JPEG file on a thumb drive or do they only etch from prints?

She’s going away to university this fall and I’m grabbing for a few things to hold onto when she is gone.

Thanks. You all are the best.
 

twinklebug

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I searched disboards home page for a forum more suited for a question on crystal arts on Main Street. I did not notice one so I’m going to smartest most experienced group on the inter web. The shop sells 3D hologram etchings. I saw them at Christmas. One display was a softball. My baby girl and I (coach) have many memories of her career in fast pitch softball.

My question is, does anyone know if I can bring a JPEG file on a thumb drive or do they only etch from prints?

She’s going away to university this fall and I’m grabbing for a few things to hold onto when she is gone.

Thanks. You all are the best.
Hi Greg, so nice of you to say this group is the "smartest most experienced" I have to say I agree! They also have the best attitudes of most anywhere.

I love the Arribas brothers workshops. The one on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom especially as that is where I was introduced to the hypnotic state of watching the glassblowing artists create bowls, vases and ornaments.

They have a website and a phone number and email to contact them at at the bottom. I suggest you do this to get the most current information. Those school sporting years stick with a parent, and even moreso if you've been involved with coaching. What you're considering sounds like a wonderful momento.
 

sleepydog25

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Hi, Greg! Great memories of my daughter playing tennis through her high school years, and I was able to make 90% of her matches. Ironically, I was never the coach until this year. . .and, naturally, she was off to Bates by then. As for our group and attitude: I agree wholeheartedly. This is such a wonderful bunch of people with a vast breadth of knowledge. It's hard to find a better bunch anywhere on social media, certainly not one who feels like family. Best wishes in your quest, Greg. :thumbsup2
 
  • jimmytammy

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    Had to jump in here to warn others of the great disappointment they may encounter at DLP. Cassey's does not serve corn dogs! (Any type!)

    And, as I understand, Casey's at WDW is now serving Chicken corn dogs. :scared1: And as I have read, they supposedly don't taste much different. But talk about ruining lives!! I just have to shake my head and wonder what is happening to this world. :sad2:
    LOL!! What is this world coming too:crazy2::tilt::teeth:

    Or fly to CA and visit the corn dog cart in DL. . .those suckers are good (probably because they're loaded with and cooked in all sorts of bad tasty stuff).
    I loved the one I had out there. Good idea Sleepy, lets all plan a groupie meet in DL for a corndog
     

    KAT4DISNEY

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    I searched disboards home page for a forum more suited for a question on crystal arts on Main Street. I did not notice one so I’m going to smartest most experienced group on the inter web. The shop sells 3D hologram etchings. I saw them at Christmas. One display was a softball. My baby girl and I (coach) have many memories of her career in fast pitch softball.

    My question is, does anyone know if I can bring a JPEG file on a thumb drive or do they only etch from prints?

    She’s going away to university this fall and I’m grabbing for a few things to hold onto when she is gone.

    Thanks. You all are the best.
    We in our family have all spent a fair amount of time in that store being amazed by the beautiful items! Sorry I cannot add any helpful information but would love to hear what you find out. Hopefully they can help you with the gift you are looking for!
     

    ottawagreg

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    Hi Greg, so nice of you to say this group is the "smartest most experienced" I have to say I agree! They also have the best attitudes of most anywhere.

    I love the Arribas brothers workshops. The one on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom especially as that is where I was introduced to the hypnotic state of watching the glassblowing artists create bowls, vases and ornaments.

    They have a website and a phone number and email to contact them at at the bottom. I suggest you do this to get the most current information. Those school sporting years stick with a parent, and even moreso if you've been involved with coaching. What you're considering sounds like a wonderful momento.
    THANK YOU! this is the type of info i was searching for. I am grateful for you help. We fly down on the 28th and I am trying to get my act together. I will start there and see what i can find out. Thank you very much.
     

    jimmytammy

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    Those suckers are good! (and I've never otherwise been a fan of corn dogs - absolutely avoided them) My preference is their hot link sausage version. YUM!
    Same here. I cant stand the fact the dogs are barely warm, let alone cooked inside all that dough. But DL, now they now how to fix em! Crispy on the outside, nice and done on the inside.
     

    Corinne

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    Congratulations to Granny and his St. Louis Blues on their big win. I texted him this morning, (probably too early with the time difference come to think of it!] I went to bed during the second period :sad2:

    Fifty-two years is a long time to wait for the Cup, so enjoy Granny! :goodvibes:drinking1
     

    Granny

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    Congratulations to Granny and his St. Louis Blues on their big win. I texted him this morning, (probably too early with the time difference come to think of it!] I went to bed during the second period :sad2:

    Fifty-two years is a long time to wait for the Cup, so enjoy Granny! :goodvibes:drinking1
    Corinne...you are so gracious! We are beyond excited in the St. Louis area and I'm happy to report that the all-night street celebrations didn't result in any issues. At this point in my life, I just watched them on television. :)
     

    Dizny Dad

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    OK Granny; time to start preparing to defend the title . . . it is never too early. And remember, the only way to go is down from here. But Congrats!

    Corrine; great fight!

    Now if I only knew what we were talking about . . . . :confused3 :sad2:
     

    Corinne

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    Yes, congrats on the Blues @Granny ! I have a very unhappy DH around the house but he'll recover. I think.
    Same here Kathy, and two very sad sons too. We are a big hockey family, and this one hurts, but it is pretty great to see a team win after so long. The Blues goalie was phenomenal last night.
     

    jimmytammy

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    I admit, not much of a hockey fan, growing up in the South and all. But we do go to Hurricanes games from time to time. I watched a few of the Canes playoff matches on TV, and once the Bruins hit town, I felt no one could touch them. So the Blues must be one h$## of a team to have eliminated them.
    Congrats Granny!!
    But I cant pull myself to say go Cards, they have been a thorn in the side of this Braves fan for a long time:rotfl2:
     

    sleepydog25

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    I admit, not much of a hockey fan, growing up in the South and all. But we do go to Hurricanes games from time to time. I watched a few of the Canes playoff matches on TV, and once the Bruins hit town, I felt no one could touch them. So the Blues must be one h$## of a team to have eliminated them.
    Congrats Granny!!
    But I cant pull myself to say go Cards, they have been a thorn in the side of this Braves fan for a long time:rotfl2:
    Yeah, we've had this discussion before, JT! pirate: Of course, it's been awhile since St. Louis baseball has been relevant. :(
     

    Granny

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    Okay, my last post about the Blues. The team's theme song this year was Laura Branigan's "Gloria" (too long a story to relate here as to why). So when the Blues won the championship the other night, St. Louis' main outdoor theater venue was in the middle of "Guys & Dolls". At intermission, the cast broke character and came out to celebrate the victory with a rendition of "Gloria" and some fireworks. Just gives an indication of how big this thing was in these parts.




    I will now quit talking hockey and return you to your regularly scheduled thread. :)




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