2. Cut out image with scissors
3. Secure to ribbon purchased at Big Lots
4. Wear proudly
In fact, I'm keeping one for myself. I am already a three or four time self-awarded recipient of Hero of Cubist Labor, and I have also been decorated with the Silver Shovel and the Golden Blogunov Award for conspicuous gallantry.
In fact, I think I deserve a Beet of the Week. For what, you ask? Well, that's precisely the point, isn't it?[/justify]
If we all follow your instructions, there will surely be peace in the entire world, especially in Iran (I hear there is some trouble there-and of course, Dear Leader has done everything in his power to spare those young men who protested the election from being hung tomorrow, hasn't he?)
Tomorrow I'm going to upload them to Zazzle and make shirts, pins, and magnets with this design, but I'm afraid they'll reject it based on "Nobel" copyright infringement.
If I spell it as "Noble" instead, some may think it's out of ignorance. What about "OBEL"? Or "NOBELLE"?
Here's a link to a higher rez imagefor printing.
Leninka, I think you just hit on the irony of the Nobel Prize! When I was but a cockrell, I used to spell doughnut: dognut. And the 'Noble' Prize was for valiant knights, heroic deeds, and honorable statesmanship, right?
Thank Obama we all get one NOW!!!
Maybe Zazzle will let Comrade Red Square slide on this one. Who knows? I mean, Nobel is a surname, And Comrade Red Square ought to be covered under Fair Use, i.e. parodies are okay. Let's hope so.
That's my final answer.
(do I win? huh? Huh?)
[justify]The Halloween giveaway idea has induced several fits of LOL among coworkers and family on my tractor farm.[/justify]