Post # 1
Along with his wedding gift, I was going to get Mr. Shef some cufflinks. It is a big tradition in my family and was as so excited when I found these!
He is so dorky and geeky he would just LOVE them. I was going to make a website that when we scanned the code it would it would take him there. The website was going to either give him teasers about what was happening next door in the girls dressing room or just have something really sweet on it. Problem? If I want to do that I have to buy 50! 50? I am NOT marrying 50 guys!!!! and he does NOT need 50 sets of the SAME cufflink… and it’s not like I can just resell them. Besides, I don’t have $2000. HELP! I have been searching and CANNOT find any others that I can do that with. Any ideas?
EDIT: I should have mentioned that I can get one of their pre-made ones for $50 but if I want to use my own URL then that becomes a custom peice and then I have to buy 50 of them. That is where I am stuck. I want to have a real working QR code for him. He would get a HUGE kick out if it.
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden
I would do an Etsy alchemy using that picture – I am sure someone out there can make something similar
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Post # 5
Perhaps you misread the site. What I saw was “Also available in custom runs (50 pairs minimum)”… at a lower cost per pair.
If you buy one pair it is $50.The cost per pair lessens as you increase the number of pairs purchased.
Post # 6
i just tried to buy one too, and it came up as only 1 item at $50.
Post # 7
I can buy their premade one for $50 but if I want a different URL that is already on there (which would make it custom) I have to buy 50 of them.
Post # 8
How do you scan it? theres an app for that right? I don’t really know how this works so bare with me… but could you print out the code (… given you can easily make it somewhere.. this is where things get fuzzy for me) and put it into a photo holder cufflink. That way maybe later on you can change the code out for a new website or change it to a photo.
or even cheaper but maybe not a good shape these:
I bought the round ones for Fiance but never got around to putting the pictures in… oh well.
Post # 9
@PaperCrane: Yes, there is an app for that. A QR code is an image similar to a bar code but when you take a picture of it with a phone with a QR reader it will take you to a website. I am not sure if I can just print it of… I haven’t thought of that. Hmm… Maybe I can make my own!
Post # 10
ah! I see! I am not tech savvy. I would second the idea to post it on Etsy. Good luck!