I am planning on ordering some stickers from Dr. Sticker for my Teraminx (which will arrive on Monday) and was thinking I could get free shipping if I included more sets. Which got me to thinking I could order sets for other people (so they didn't have to order seperatly) then I could send the set to you when I get it. This way we will save on shipping.
I know Dr. Sticker is more expensive them cubesmith, but I would rather not wait two months for stickers from Cubesmith. So if you are interested in bundling up with this, let me know in a reply to this and let me know the color of your gigaminx (so I know how many white sides and how many black sides to order), when you think you will be getting it, and how many sets you want (probably just one but I'll just check).
I also confirmed with Dr. Sticker that they will fit on this teraminx so there shouldn't me an issue with the size. Also the sets will be 12$ each, and I was thinking on adding an extra dollar just to get them from me to you. So probably 13$ for the sets, it all depends on what me and Dr. Sticker work out as a bulk price.
So this is a video I made explaining it all.
Also for colors, here is what I was trying to match to CS stickers, let me know your thoughts on what the final scheme should be.
Light Blue/Sky Blue
I will make a post in this thread with the final choice of sticker scheme based on your thoughts.
Thanks for taking the time to read this and let me know your thoughts =D
Edit: Crap, wrong forum.
Edit 2: Moved to correct forum, thanks Shellie!
Edit 3: Price changed (on his site) 16.85$ for each set.
Edit 4: "Also I got a response from Dragan, and the price of each set if I order 10 is 14.70 instead of 16.85. Also I could get express shipping, which would add 1.30$ to each set, making the total 16. instead of 18.85 (Saving of 2.85) and faster, cheap shipping, and also a different selection of colors.
To clear things up, on Dr. Sticker, the price of one set is 18.85, from here it will 16.00 with faster shipping and (in my opinion) a better selection of colors."