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Old 05-02-2008, 09:13
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Say you set up at a craft show...Could you have something like this:

I the undersigned hereby agree that bows should be worn under supervision. Allowing a child to pull and tear at the bow may cause small parts to dislodge and pose a choking hazzard.
I understand that in NO WAY IS (company or person name) responsible should this occur.

1)______________

2)______________


You get the idea. We would be covered legally that way as they are signing the paper at time of purchase? Or could you inclose a paper with similar wording but make it something like By purchasing this bow...................
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I don't think you are going to get anyone to sign anything. I wouldn't sign, I would just move on. I just think this would make a customer uncomfortable. I think a disclaimer on your bow card is sufficient. Do you add buttons and whatnots on your bows? If so, you most definitely should add on a disclaimer to your bowcards.
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Ya'll are sooooo funny I do wonder about people sometimes!!
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I agree, I wouldn't sign anything like that, it would make me think that I was buying something that would definitly tear up as soon as I bought it! I think the statment on the bow card would do.
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I agree and haven't ever done that nor would I want to sign it either. The insurance post got me way paranoid. I am what you girls would call a hobbyist. Yes I do this to make extra money but I work it 24 hours a week if not 30 plus I have a regular full time job outside the home so I can't afford to be sued by anyone. Nobody here can. I just thought if they had a written signature that if you got sued it would hold up in court. I do make some bows that have novelty centers on them. I guess you are all right. YOu go to wally world and buy a shirt if the button comes off you don't go sue the store or the clothing maker. A big fat duh to me please forget I ever posted such a thing.
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just add it to your card. Think about it...McDonalds doesn't make you sign a waiver when you buy a Happy Meal and get a toy, right? (Although I am completely shocked they don't)

You could say---
"This is not a toy. Do not allow your child to wear this quality hair accessory at any time without supervision."

This is kind of like a common sense type of thing, but people need a reminder. Like "CAUTION: coffee is hot" or "WARNING:curling irons should never be inserted into any orifice"

When I see warnings like that, I say to myself, "well, duh!"
I'm still laughing...

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I'm still laughing...

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