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I don't know what to do with all the recipe/info cards that come with

rennea

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I don't know what to do with all the recipe/info cards that come with PC products. Does anybody have any good ideas on how to keep them organized? I seem to have them everywhere and can never find the one that I need. :D
 

Trish1953

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Dollar General has some plastic "coupon" envelopes, with green, pink, yellow or blue tops. I like to use these because they take up little space.

Trish
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ChefNic

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I keep mine in the recipe binder that they discontinued. It is over flowing, so I ordered refill packages before they are gone too!
 

ChefNic

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How do you alphbetize them? According to product name, or recipe name?

I haven't separated them - and some are in brochure form, the old way... not postcard form so I can't separate them by recipe...
I have mine with all the stoneware together, then chillzanne together, etc... but I have to flip through there in order to find anything.
Really, all of those are on the website... if we ever needed them. My director doesn't keep hers.

I have several in a kitchen drawer too... they're everywhere!! I have almost everything in the catalog too... and then some...
 

erinyourpclady

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I have mine in an accordion file and SOMEDAY I will organize them!! For now...I just keep sticking them in there!! LOL!!!

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I keep them "just in case" I guess. I keep my RFC in the dining room in a PC tote, so in case I have any questions, I don't have to go through my recipe boxes and look for the card. I have just about everything in the catalog too! I have 2 of the little boxes, and have a-m and then n-z. I try to do it by product name, but then with the stones, I just put them all in the back. I myself have wondered if they just take up room, but then there are the recipes, and I know mine wont fit into my binder, (it is full enough already, getting ready to open up my spare that I bought in Feb.!!) I really wish they would bring those back.
 

whiteyteresa

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I put mine in a photo album that holds 2 - 4 x 6 picture on one page. I use dividers with the same catagories that Pampered Chef uses. Kitchen Tools, Simple Additions, Classic Stoneware, New Tradition Stoneware, etc.

I take mine to my shows, this way I tell people 'The first thing you do when you receive your PC products and has opened everything up is to READ the Product Use and Care cards. This will let you know about the guarantee and YES all product have at least a one year guarantee and some up to a LIETIME guarantee and so many in between' Then if anyone has a question about one of the products they can just look in the album. It is very organized.
 

soonerchef

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I love the idea of putting them in an album. When I started with PC I was oh so very organized and had everything just so. Now, since life has really happened, they are just all thrown in a drawer in the kitchen!
 

pcjeanie

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I put all mine in a large ziplock bag and take them to shows in case there's a question and I need to reference them. They are not in any order, so it does take a few minutes to thumb through them all. Yes, organizing in a file box or photo album would be helpful to me.

Jeanie Gay
 
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whiteyteresa said:
I put mine in a photo album that holds 2 - 4 x 6 picture on one page. I use dividers with the same catagories that Pampered Chef uses. Kitchen Tools, Simple Additions, Classic Stoneware, New Tradition Stoneware, etc.

I take mine to my shows, this way I tell people 'The first thing you do when you receive your PC products and has opened everything up is to READ the Product Use and Care cards. This will let you know about the guarantee and YES all product have at least a one year guarantee and some up to a LIETIME guarantee and so many in between' Then if anyone has a question about one of the products they can just look in the album. It is very organized.


Excellent Idea!!!!
 
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