I recently acquired are large stack of old PC show invitations. They were with recipe cards (which was what I wanted). What do you guys do with these? I typically use mini-catalogs for my invites, so I don't see myself using them as PC intended . These are old invites that call it "Kitchen Show" and show old theme shows and recipes, etc. I have: 4 packs of "Celebrations: Simply Stunning Appetizers" 7 packs of "Celebrations: It's a Wrap/Simple as Pie/Fast Family Favorites" 2 packs of "Celebrations: Gifts to Go!" 3-4 packs of "You're Invited to my Kitchen Show" on the front and a pic of "pepperoni Pizza Twist" 2 1/2 packs of "Celebrations: Fast Family Favorites" and 3 packs of "How Sweet it is" Cookie show invites. I'm not selling them (least not yet), but just wondering what I can do to USE them?! I was sort of thinking maybe to print labels of my own with a recipe that corresponds to what is on the FRONT of the cards. One is the Pizza Twist, another has fajitas, the Wrap/Pie/Family I could just print whatever one I could find of the 3, and the appetizer- had crescent pinwheels. Cookies- well, I'll print one of those (have the corresponding recipe cards), and maybe a Batter Bowl gift idea for the Gifts to go. Since Recipe cards are what I use mostly when I am out-and-about or doing booths (have alot coming up the next few months)...that's why I was wondering about that option. Plus- it could give me a variety of recipes to pull from. What do you do with them? I see folks buy/sell them all the time, so just curious- other than the OBVIOUS of using them as invites.