Category Archive: Swag

The Science Of Swag: Dr Mummenstein’s Monsters

We all have a geocaching monster within but one New Zealand player tells It’s Not About The Numbers how she is unleashing hers upon the lower North Island in the form of swag.

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Tutorial: Sew Your Own Geo-Bag

American geocacher Emily Cross – best known for her popular sewing blog Saltwater-Kids – explains how she created her family’s swanky kitbags.

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Tutorial: By The Book(mark)

Ontario cacher Lone R teaches It’s Not About The Numbers how to make the first of two signature swag items – in this case, a magnetic bookmark – featuring our blog logo. NB: Photoshop CS5 was used to create this bookmark. If you don’t have Photoshop, you might have success with free software products such …

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Leaving A Mark On The Geocaching World

Have you left your mark on the geocaching world? For Dunedin-based geocacher Stegan, the concept has taken on new meaning with the release of his own signature items. These laminated fridge magnets display various interesting and humourous quotes. Whilst out on a cache hunt recently, I stumbled across his ‘Always take a GPS – it’s awkward eating …

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Tutorial: With A Real Swag-ger

Crafting her own swag suits American geocacher ErikaJean to a T. So far, the popular Tucson blogger and photographer has created a Signal the Frog soft toy tutorial, numerous geocaching shirts, including her own TB shirt and a GPS shirt tutorial, as well as other random geo-goodies. Here, she shows It’s Not About The Numbers readers a …

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