Help...need suggestions for Everleigh Club $500 colors and spots...

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Even though it's used in edge spots with the primary colors you are using I have to think white. Maybe also light grey?
 

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everleigh set for viewers' convenience:



Even though it's used in edge spots with the primary colors you are using I have to think white.
i think bright white and chocolate would be the best base options given the rest of the set. how about something like:



or maybe:

 
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I like the 4DSA18 butler posted. That is pretty hot. I am guessing you are only doing a barrel of these?
 

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i think bright white and chocolate would be the best base options given the rest of the set. how about something like:

Those are awesome..... and I'd beg David to do it as a single layer-cake chip. "Please pretty please?!" lol Prepare for serious wallet buggery, though. Deep penetration required.
 

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The butler 4DSA18 in bright white will really pop with the black inlay. Maybe someone who understands how to get inlays into the system will mock one up with a black inlay...
 

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and inspired by Marsha's suggestion and a slight variation on same:



i believe the one on the left should be doable with three 1/6" spots stuck into a 1/2" punch. pricey, but worth it imo.

i'm just too enamored of the white/choc/dg pink/dg orange combo. it was originally a hundo in a cali set that i never had made, so it's a favorite.

please excuse the hacky MSPaint job.
 

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and inspired by Marsha's suggestion and a slight variation on same:



i believe the one on the left should be doable with three 1/6" spots stuck into a 1/2" punch. pricey, but worth it imo.

i'm just too enamored of the white/choc/dg pink/dg orange combo. it was originally a hundo in a cali set that i never had made, so it's a favorite.

please excuse the hacky MSPaint job.
I like both of these. It's easy to spend Jeff's money, isn't it? ;)

CPC has 1/6" spots?
 

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I like both of these. It's easy to spend Jeff's money, isn't it? ;)

CPC has 1/6" spots?
lol i know - easy for me to say that it's worth the price ;)

yeah - all the 1/6" spots like 2/3/4DSA16. the everleigh $10 is 4DSA16.
 

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lol i know - easy for me to say that it's worth the price ;)

yeah - all the 1/6" spots like 2/3/4DSA16. the everleigh $10 is 4DSA16.
LOL, I've been reading those insert codes as 3/16". Close, but no cigar.
 

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and inspired by Marsha's suggestion and a slight variation on same:



i believe the one on the left should be doable with three 1/6" spots stuck into a 1/2" punch. pricey, but worth it imo.

i'm just too enamored of the white/choc/dg pink/dg orange combo. it was originally a hundo in a cali set that i never had made, so it's a favorite.

please excuse the hacky MSPaint job.
The left one is not possible, i asked to David the last week (indeed, you can check it on the CPC thread). The right one i think it's possible (level 7 with two colors, so maybe it's level 8/9 with three)
 

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The left one is not possible, i asked to David the last week (indeed, you can check it on the CPC thread). The right one i think it's possible (level 7 with two colors, so maybe it's level 8/9 with three)
I asked David this week. Lvl 9 was his answer.
 

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The left one is not possible, i asked to David the last week (indeed, you can check it on the CPC thread). The right one i think it's possible (level 7 with two colors, so maybe it's level 8/9 with three)

The chip you asked about has a space between each 1/6" spot, the one jbutler has mocked up does not have the spaces, which makes the 3 colors fit into a 1/2" spot, which I beleive makes it possible for CPC to do.
 

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The chip you asked about has a space between each 1/6" spot, the one jbutler has mocked up does not have the spaces, which makes the 3 colors fit into a 1/2" spot, which I beleive makes it possible for CPC to do.
Yes, but I asked for the 4T316 as well, this is what David said:

There is only one 9/16 punch (the 3 spot) so only 3T316 is possible.
 
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Those are awesome..... and I'd beg David to do it as a single layer-cake chip. "Please pretty please?!" lol Prepare for serious wallet buggery, though. Deep penetration required.
Not sure I would ask for the Layer Cake but, the bright white with chocolate and pink is awesome.
 

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It appears that you are correct. Looking at the edge spot offerings on CPCs site there does not appear to be any 1/6" spots. And this whole time I thought there was.....

Back to the mockups, Courage's in fantastic, but it also got me thinking about making it 8 spots instead of 6.

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I'm not sure which I prefer. (Using my inlay was easier than trying to get the Jeff's in there.)
 

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I like butlers design, but I'd make it a pumpkin chip. Orange base w brown and (something) double inserts in six places.
 

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It appears that you are correct. Looking at the edge spot offerings on CPCs site there does not appear to be any 1/6" spots. And this whole time I thought there was.....

Back to the mockups, Courage's in fantastic, but it also got me thinking about making it 8 spots instead of 6.

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I'm not sure which I prefer. (Using my inlay was easier than trying to get the Jeff's in there.)
Wouldn't be possible for the same reason you can't do 4 sets of spots. The one tool they have punched three sets. So you can do either three sets or six
 

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These are 1/4" punches though, with two 1/8" spots put into each one. They have tools to do both 3 or 4 punches, so 6 and 8 are possible.
 

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The first quarter-pie mockup (in OP) with Courage's color combination might also work well.
 

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Is this too boring?


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Those are awesome..... and I'd beg David to do it as a single layer-cake chip. "Please pretty please?!" lol Prepare for serious wallet buggery, though. Deep penetration required.
I really like this color combo, do you think the inlay goes well?
 
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