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Dannyboii004

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 09:11 PM ( #1 )

does anyone have custom face plates for  a tamago because i have a boring mametchi face plate and i want a kuromametchi face plate if you have 1 please show me how to print it out :newmametchi:  :furawatchi: :ichigotchi:

 



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Posted 03 May 2013 - 12:34 AM ( #2 )

This topic will provide you info: http://www.tamatalk....-go-faceplates/



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Posted 03 May 2013 - 07:14 PM ( #3 )

no it wont



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Posted 05 May 2013 - 01:17 AM ( #4 )

I don't think you looked at some parts of it. ;)

 

Here's how to print it out and cut it -

 

 

'Togetchi123', on 30 Aug 2011 - 12:14, said:snapback.png

I'm sorry for leaving this topic for so long, I just needed a break from TamaTalk after my school projects started building up on me. As my computer is being repaired (i'm using my sis's), I can't load any faceplates on for the time being. What I can do is to tell you how to print and cut out the faceplates.

Printing the faceplates out is quite easy. Right click on the faceplate pictures above (over 50 to chose from!!), then click on "copy". Then open Microsoft Word or the Mac equivalent and open a new document. right click anywhere on the page and then select "paste". Then resize the picture to 5.8cm(height)x4.73cm(width) once you are done placing all your faceplates, click on print and wit for the process to finish.

Now to cut them out:

Step 1 : Cut out the main body of the faceplates from the paper, taking care not to accidentaly cut the other faceplates in the process.

Step 2 : Carefully stick a pencil through the middle of the faceplate(the hole where the screen is supposed to be),preferably with an eraser or something soft to prevent the pencil from going to far.

Step 3 : Using a pair of scissors, cut out the centre square CAREFULLY.

step 4 : Now for the most tricky part, the button holes. There are two methods to do this, either:

A: Using a one-hole hole puncher (fast but there is a high chance of missing your mark.

OR

B: Using a circle stencil and an empty ballpoint pen. Place the stencil hole with the circle size closest to the button hole size (9/32 of an inch does for me). Then use the ballpoint pen and draw circles around the button hole using the stencil until 'pop!' a perfect circle comes off.
 

 

You can find lovely faceplates from the link provided to print. :)



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Posted 05 May 2013 - 02:24 PM ( #5 )

mine dont show



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Posted 05 May 2013 - 10:04 PM ( #6 )

They're not supposed to, that's just a topic where other members posted their faceplates.



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Posted 06 May 2013 - 05:29 AM ( #7 )

They're not supposed to, that's just a topic where other members posted their faceplates.

I think he's saying that the pictures aren't showing up because that's happening with my computer too. It's most likely a problem with the image hosting website.


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