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Dustin Baker
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Can anyone recommend a well made rip apart/tear apart change bag that isn't super "gimmick looking". I'd like to be able to attach my own text or imagery to it so I don't want one that's heavily patterned.
Think inside the box. . . it's less crowded.
stempleton
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Check with Barry Mitchell or Tim Sonefelt. I don't own, but have seen and are solid color.
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Owen Anderson
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A magic buddy showed me one he got from Barry Mitchell. Loves it. Thoughtfully designed for workers and well made.
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I use Roy Bakers's (Flap Doodle Bag) . I made it up as a happy birthday bag for my kid shows.
I featured it on (Grand Illusions) by Paragon production.---a TV series some years ago.
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