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Beautiful New Lids For Mason Jars Arrived Today

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  1. shermnatman

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    I really like the smaller, flatter, wide-mouth Mason Jars for keeping my various bulk tabaks in; but, I can't stand the hand scrawled labeling. So, I contacted an artist friend who can print out the labels I need, AND, has a plotting-cutter which cuts perfect circles. Quick as a flash, the postman was at my door. Putting it all together made for some great looking eye-candy. And another perspective I am now waiting on a new order of bulk tabaks to add to my collection, so it's off to get more of these great wide-mouth jars - which hold +/- 2 Ounces of most tabaks - Sherm Natman

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    Apparently I still haven't mastered putting pics with a post; so I'll try again here with just the Before and After shots

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    Ummm do you realize you can do this yourself with a basic printer?

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    Ummmmm, and I would cut the perfect circles with a "basic printer" how?

    As stated in the OP, my artist friend has a plot-cutter which cuts perfect circles; which I do not have, nor have I ever seen the ability to cut perfect circles made possible as a feature on a "basic printer" - Sherm Natman

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    Cheers lol. Scissors mightt work. I mean since your fakeing a label.

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    Shermnatman,

    Those are some handsome jar labels. They add a touch of class to your collection. If you decide you want to do these on your own, you can get the Avery labels (2 3/4” I believe) and print them at home with any printer. They are round labels and Avery even has a user-friendly design website where you can work on these. Let me know if you need any help with them in the future. Your friend did a great job compared to my labels.

    Stay lit!

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    /gestures...

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    Very nice.i lkike it.

    Hopefully you don't get criticised for stealing and have a witch hunt calling for you to be sued.

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    Well the coloured labels certainly look better than my plain sharpie ones that's for sure.

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    Why overcomplicate things? Here's a way to cut those perfect circles at the exact right size without the need for any expensive equipment.

    Just place the lid over the picture and cut with scissors or exacto knife. Perfect size, perfect placement.

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    Why overcomplicate things?

    Pipe smokers.

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    It would appear that many pipe smokers have indeed completely abandoned the KIS principle.

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    MileHighPiper - Thanks for the offer. If she (the artist with the plot-cutter) should decide "enough is enough" after I put in my list for the next round of lids I need, I may take you up on that. It will be interesting to see what happens when I get to tabaks for which is there is no established tin art/label. I am hoping that for those cases where new label-art would need to be custom created, I can offer her a "graphic-arts challenge". Not being an graphic-artist, nor a computer-art person, it is always good to have a friend who is both - Sherm Natman

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    @shermnatman, I love your jars and labels. Strong work.

    As stated in the OP, my artist friend has a plot-cutter which cuts perfect circles; which I do not have, nor have I ever seen the ability to cut perfect circles made possible as a feature on a "basic printer"

    I agree that cutting perfect circles is difficult. I also print labels like you and have never been able to get them perfect and it drives me crazy. That’s just the way I am. So I’m glad you had a contact to do it right. Three cheers.

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    I don't mean to sound like a naysayer, but how exactly can you not get a perfect circle at the perfect size if you use the lid as a guide?

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    Nice lids. I just use a cheap peel off label and a sharpie. Good enough for me.

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    Great idea, looks slick too. I'm too lazy to copy, print them and then cut them out.

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    Your lid labels look great.

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    I think many of us wish we had such a friend. Very nicely done!

    With such a printer, you can print on metal, clear, sheepskin, etc.! Wow!

    I know that you believe you understood what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.
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    Sherm, looks really neat!

    BTW, the Ball jar company sells inexpensive replacement lids separately, so save the used lids for the next go-around of that blend in your rotation. Old lids, however, are susceptible to ghosting with some blends.

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    Hopefully you don't get criticized for stealing and have a witch hunt calling for you to be sued.

    Give it time.

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    That would be great but I’d need like 300 lids. Lol

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    Nice labels. I’ll never make them cos I’m lazy.

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    Jeez, I thought I was being fancy by using file label stickers instead of masking tape and writing on them with a green pen.

    Actually, I would have had to get out of my chair to find a black pen. The green one was right there within arm's reach.

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    “It would appear that many pipe smokers have indeed completely abandoned the KIS principle”

    Just because something may be difficult or complicated for you does not mean it is not a simple task for others. I prefer my labels over sharpies, which takes a few minutes to print a dozen of them, but I would never say anything about a fellow smoker’s jar if they just had the blends scribbled on the lid. It would appear to me that many pipe smokers have indeed abandoned the keep it friendly and don’t judge others principle.

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    I too prefer my sharpie labels. I stack my jars vertically, so labels on lids would be a waste in my case. I do acknowledge they look cool and are functional for those who keep their jars in pigeon hole cabinets, though.

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    They do look awesome. Maybe I'll try my hand at doing some.

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    Actually, I would have had to get out of my chair to find a black pen. The green one was right there within arm's reach.

    LOL sounds like me. I'm too lazy to even want to deal with jars at all...I only have a few of them. I primarily just store tins.

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    Great looking lids! I've done the same thing myself with printing out some labels and cutting them out with scissors, but it sounds like your friend has something better! I need to figure out how to cut a better circle, cause I'm not good enough with scissors or even a knife and it irks me.

    "If you can't send money, send tobacco." - George Washington

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    Very nice.i lkike it.

    Hopefully you don't get criticised for stealing and have a witch hunt calling for you to be sued.

    Me too. Seems we just had another thread like this where folks went on about IP and integrity and resulted in C&D letters going out and folks on other platforms boycotting certain tobacco companies because of the aforementioned C&D letters.

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    CarolinaChurchWarden] - That's actually how the offer to have them done for me came about; as I was griping about not being able to cut a perfect circle and unable to get the artwork perfectly centered; as all my attempts ended up wonky-looking, off-center, aggravating my OCD and driving my crazy, etc, etc... anyway my artist friend told me about that great printer/plot-cutter she has, and just told me to send her my list... and the next thing I knew, viola', THIS was waiting in my mailbox...

    One more Eye-Candy shot for those who appreciate such things:

    Good Friends and Good Tabak... go great together - Sherm Natman

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    As I said, some of us we had such a pal!

    Are you affiliated with Nat Sherman?

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    jpmcwjr - Only by the shared love of the tobacco leaf, and a trick of names - Sherm Natman

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    Very nice looking labels!
    There's something satisfying about a job done right. Now, I don't go to such ends to do my jar labels, but I certainly appreciate it when others do.

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    Just because something may be difficult or complicated for you does not mean it is not a simple task for others.

    milehigh, my statement was in response to having the labels mailed, cut on a specialized machine and returned by mail.

    I personally am not affected one way or another whether you print labels, use a sharpie or scrawl with crayon. All I said was, why complicate the cutting when you have, IMO, a method that's simpler, faster and cheaper. I would say if anything, I was giving very friendly advice.

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    Are yes Mr. Blackadderlxx. I am possession of a copy of your 'boycott letter' and perhaps we should publish it here on the site so that others can form an opinion on your personality and unique approach to property law! In the words of Shakespeare 'Me thinks you complain too much' since it seems the C&D letters rather did the trick. As we have said before if you had asked us nicely we would have happily worked with you!

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    This is what your cellar looks like when you don't give a shit, as long as everything is safe and sound.

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    This is what your cellar looks like when you don't give a shit, as long as everything is safe and sound.

    Lookin' good to me.

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    @Ash: nice cabinets...and I bet you have a fire extinguisher in every room.

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    For cutting circles in paper or styrene sheet (for my model railway projects) I use a 'compass cutter'. A simple adjustable plastic device with a pin to centre and a sharp knife blade. Basic plastic ones are a couple of $ in a craft store; I don't doubt there are more sophisticated and expensive models too.

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    Bassbug - "having the labels mailed, cut on a specialized machine and returned by mail." Huh? What? Who? When did all that happen? All I had to do was make a request and they magically appeared in my mailbox - Sherm Natman

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    All I had to do was make a request and they magically appeared in my mailbox

    That happens for me all the time with all kinds of stuff...but I haven't yet figured out how to make it happen without a credit card.

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    Nice one Ash! Did you reinforce the floor?

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    A freakin' BOYCOTT?? Is someone shitting us?

    Love to read that misguided attempt at .....what, retribution? Good Lord.

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    I will post it after dinner since I am off to my favorite Chinese for dinner jpmcwjr. Myself and John got about three of these letters. You would think we were behaving like J P Morgan and exploiting the masses. As they say no good deed goes unpunished!

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    Boycott? WTF? I'm going to go smoke some Warhorse.

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    My apologies to sherm...I wish I had access to a friend like that.

    To everyone else thinking of doing round labels...my friendly advice still stands.

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    Brian64 - The key is "friends"; hence, no credit card required, nor accepted. As Grandma Natman always used to say: "A pouch of Perique gets you friends all week." LOL! - Sherm Natman

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    Not sure why a business owner would negatively engage on social media with customers and potential customers. Protect you IP as you see fit that’s your right, there is no need for public social acceptance of your views. It serves NO positive purpose and COULD be negative. No big company would ever allow one of its executives to engage the way you have. I find the whole chest thumping affair as an amateur move .

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    Bassbug - No worries mate. And yes, I wish everyone had a good handful of fine tabak and even finer friends - Sherm Natman

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    I've never seen jar that shape before

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    Brian64 - The key is "friends"; hence, no credit card required

    I tried that once, and it got really complicated compared to the credit card.

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    I'm no expert on the subject of IP and copyright stuff, but why would someone get a cease and desist letter for copying a product label and sticking it on a jar lid? The product isn't being misrepresented, the creation of tbe label and the posting of its image isn't profiting anyone, and the manufacturer isn't losing anything from it.
    I could be wrong, of course. Anything's possible in a litigious society where people tried to sue the NFL because their team lost and it made them feel sad.

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    Dare66 - Nor had I seen them before this Christmas. I get them at the local supermarket and they come in a 4-pack. Find them with all the other Ball Jar supplies. Based on the density of a particular tabak, they hold more or less 2 Ounces of your favorite mixture. Only downside is, they do not stack; so you have to keep them flat, or, build a special rack to hold and display them in... but that's another thread, another friend, and another set of pictures for another day - Sherm Natman

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    people tried to sue the NFL because their team lost and it made them feel sad.

    I would like to think that's a joke, but these days I can't doubt it...things really have gotten that terminally stupid.

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    ^^^ Alas... He wasn’t joking.

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    Are yes Mr. Blackadderlxx. I am possession of a copy of your 'boycott letter' and perhaps we should publish it here on the site so that others can form an opinion on your personality and unique approach to property law! In the words of Shakespeare 'Me thinks you complain too much' since it seems the C&D letters rather did the trick. As we have said before if you had asked us nicely we would have happily worked with you!

    Dude I have no idea what you're even talking about. Apparently you're assuming that the site was mine? But whatever. More professionalism from your company. You take care now.

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    I will post it after dinner since I am off to my favorite Chinese for dinner jpmcwjr.

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    That is just .... awesome

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    I would like to think that's a joke, but these days I can't doubt it...things really have gotten that terminally stupid.

    Yes they have. A New Orleans lawyer and some fans apparently filed suit against the NFL because the refs missed a pass interference call at 1:40 left in the NFC championship game. If they called it, the Saints could have won instead of losing in OT. Then the Saints would have gone to the Super Bowl, where they would have been stomped by the Patriots instead of the Rams.

    https://www.nola.com/saints/2019/01/2-saints-fans-file-lawsuit-against-nfl-roger-goodell-over-blown-call-vs-rams.html

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    I am looking at the tobacco label site....until they carry a Prince Albert one I boycott!

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    I'm no expert on the subject of IP and copyright stuff, but why would someone get a cease and desist letter for copying a product label and sticking it on a jar lid?
    gerryp, I'm afraid you have the particulars a bit skewed. THE C&D went out to a website that used our tin art, without asking us, as part of their label printing template service. We always welcome individuals to copy our tin art for their own personal use.

    It serves NO positive purpose and COULD be negative. No big company would ever allow one of its executives to engage the way you have.
    alan73, this may be why Standard Tobacco has been so damned successful. We're not a big company. We're not even a small company. We have no employees. None of us are paid, including the lawyer. So however you think a tobacco company should be run, probably doesn't apply to us. But if you think that we're going about it all wrong, you are welcome to have a go at it yourself and start your own tobacco company. I just don't want to tell you how you should go about it, that would be far too presumptuous of me.

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    Woods: never saw anything but positive stuff out of you guys until recently. Then, there have been numerous accusations directed at seemingly innocent people. A tone of hostility runs through many of the posts. This new tone you and condor take towards people will not make your business better, that I am certain. Will it hurt your company? Probably not, but it’s still unnecessary and really beneath your whole team. Note I didn’t see Sykes publicly posting , he just took care of business.. To each is own. bash people, accuse people, post the letter, etc. whatever.

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    Nice looking labels i need to get me some friends.:(

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    Your labels are awesome milehighpiper! One might think that a company could post graphics of their tin art so us simpletons could have a representation of the "tin" art we like so much. Well heck, if we had a good graphic to transfer through our printer... we could make stickers for our tool boxes! Then we wouldn't need the fda warning on them cause we wouldn't have tobacco in our... wait... shit! I have tobacco in my tool box. Well, you get the idea. It would be something to have any company that welcomes the copying of their tin art for our own personal use to post it on this forum... then we could print stickers to put on our... anything for personal use. I have to admit that pirate cake sticker is pretty bad ass, and would look awesome on my hard hat!...

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    alan73, this may be why Standard Tobacco has been so damned successful. We're not a big company. We're not even a small company. We have no employees. None of us are paid, including the lawyer. So however you think a tobacco company should be run, probably doesn't apply to us. But if you think that we're going about it all wrong, you are welcome to have a go at it yourself and start your own tobacco company. I just don't want to tell you how you should go about it, that would be far too presumptuous of me.

    Very skillful.... to write a paragraph that is cocky, arrogant, condescending and sarcastic with such ease.
    Excellent penmanship. Even Shakespeare, who was somewhat quoted earlier, would be proud.

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    IBL


    So you say you can drink? Well, I'm from Wisconsin. Try to keep up.
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  68. 7ach

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    Just by a cheap circle cutter

    how to use a circle cutter video

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    ^ that's actually an excellent idea.

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    ^^ great addition! Read the comments on the video. The device can bite you.

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