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Hi. I am a newbie and just loving the videos, but I was wondering if you had print-out instructions for each of the projects. I would love to have a quick reference to go to while in the middle of the project.

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Hi Lori,

I am so sorry but we don't offer a printable version of our video tutorials.

I hope you continue to enjoy the video versions of my cards and techniques.

Hugs,

Gina

Hi Lori,

I copy the image of the photo and the instructions into a word file.  That way, you can print them out and place them in a binder.  I have mine set up to print 2 card instructions in a landscape direction on a piece of paper.  I then can cut them in half and place them in a protective sheet that's 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches and using a smaller binder (I purchase both the binder and protective sheets at an office supply store).  This way, I can flip to the instructions to make the card anytime that I want. 

Here is a copy of the card instructions for the Season's Greetings TV Kit.  Please feel free to CASE away the format of the instructions!.

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Hi Susan....Thanks so much for the great idea! Definitely on my to-do list! Thanks again!

Susan L Kelley said:

Hi Lori,

I copy the image of the photo and the instructions into a word file.  That way, you can print them out and place them in a binder.  I have mine set up to print 2 card instructions in a landscape direction on a piece of paper.  I then can cut them in half and place them in a protective sheet that's 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches and using a smaller binder (I purchase both the binder and protective sheets at an office supply store).  This way, I can flip to the instructions to make the card anytime that I want. 

Here is a copy of the card instructions for the Season's Greetings TV Kit.  Please feel free to CASE away the format of the instructions!.

Susan, that is a great idea!  I'm definitely going to do that!  Thanks for posting and also for the sample file!

Susan L Kelley said:

Hi Lori,

I copy the image of the photo and the instructions into a word file.  That way, you can print them out and place them in a binder.  I have mine set up to print 2 card instructions in a landscape direction on a piece of paper.  I then can cut them in half and place them in a protective sheet that's 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches and using a smaller binder (I purchase both the binder and protective sheets at an office supply store).  This way, I can flip to the instructions to make the card anytime that I want. 

Here is a copy of the card instructions for the Season's Greetings TV Kit.  Please feel free to CASE away the format of the instructions!.

Hi Lori, thank you so much for your idea.  I know my life would be a lot easier if I could open a notebook and find the instructions and pictures right there.  Good Job!!!

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