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Unread postby Riku » Fri Dec 6, 2013 6:08:13 pm

I heard that Roger Levesque was coming into my workplace today, so I decided to make him a snowflake!

Anyone can make one of these with patience, it just takes an x-acto knife, a copy of the ECS logo and a lot of time.

If you plan on making one, fold the paper you are working with into eighths and use the ECS logo on an edge (half of it sticking off) to cut out the snowflake. Leave the center (just around the letters) uncut. You have to do the letters separately, since they aren't symmetrical.

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Unread postby JesseSFC » Fri Dec 6, 2013 7:27:29 pm

I like it! Now we need you to go into production and make bout 1000 more please. =) totally kidding
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Unread postby PapermakerFC » Fri Dec 6, 2013 7:33:35 pm

Very cool! I forgot 'tis the season for paper snowflakes!
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Unread postby Conflagration1974 » Fri Dec 6, 2013 9:00:03 pm

Wow those snowflakes are outstanding! And how does one get Roger to come to one's work? I'm a little jealous all around.
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Unread postby Riku » Fri Dec 6, 2013 9:54:37 pm

Ahaha, I am glad that you guys like them! I actually got the idea from making some Star Wars themed ones for my house (using patterns).

As for the visit, he is actually on my company's sport advisory board. We have some famous faces stop by occasionally, but he's the only one that I've fan girled over.

http://x2bio.com/x2_sports_advisors/
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Unread postby PapermakerFC » Sat Dec 7, 2013 12:12:59 am

Looks like you work for a very cool company.
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Unread postby FuzzyForeigner » Sat Dec 7, 2013 12:05:33 pm

that is so so cool. thanks for sharing!
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Unread postby Kill3rSasquatch » Sat Dec 7, 2013 1:31:34 pm

Not to veer off topic but have you guys tried to pitch this to the DoD? This could be a great tool to monitor the forces of IED's for us. Nevermind dug a little deeper and saw military advisors..... I'm dumb!!!
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Unread postby Llarian » Sat Dec 7, 2013 11:51:52 pm

Kill3rSasquatch wrote:Not to veer off topic but have you guys tried to pitch this to the DoD? This could be a great tool to monitor the forces of IED's for us. Nevermind dug a little deeper and saw military advisors..... I'm dumb!!!


Go home Logue, you're drunk. :mrgreen:
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Unread postby Futbol4Life » Mon Dec 9, 2013 2:19:30 pm

Riku, very cool. Hopefully Roger was as impressed!
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Unread postby Jabsco » Mon Dec 9, 2013 2:36:33 pm

I thought I was the ECS snowflake...

(Also, well done!)
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