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Post a picture of your DIY dye jobs. One a day.

Star Wraith

Found this disc, no name or number. I brought it home cleaned it up and got to dying it! Turned out pretty good.

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Haha its actually not. Its from the show Frisky Dingo and in the show they send out a post card that looks alot like this with the spelling error and it becomes a running joke in the show.

Star Beast.
check out all of the ones already posted here http://discgolfer.ning.com/group/weredyeinghere?xg_source=activity

here are a few of mine that i've lost in the lake :-(

and this one i refuse to throw anywhere near the lake

Those are all awesome dye jobs. You guys have any links that state how to do this? A friend of mine and myself were talking about doing this.
Search in the "clubs" section here. They are a couple dedicated to dying.
Youtube is also a great resourse. I typed in disc dyeing and a bunch of how to videos popped up.
new disc 167 g valk
lol, sorry Okla fan for life win or loose I am a SOONER

Champion Wraith
I guess it would be hard to steal that disc and not know who it is...I wonder if they'd even mark your disc up with a sharpie like they do here.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! That is awesome! I'd like to see someone try to weasel out of getting that disc returned....so much for "I found it, but the name was really light, so I couldn't return it...". This is great.


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