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Who Has Wish List Pictures?

Paige Dixon

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Ok, somebody has taken the time to cut and paste the product picures and description/price. Whoever has them, please share!! I've found the newest Spring products, but I need the meat and potatoes of the catalogue! I plan to cut them out and laminate them, and I would be happy to cut and paste the new products each season and share them! Please email them to me at [email protected]
Thank you!
 

Chef Becca KY

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I use pictures from my personal website and just place them on lables in a word document. Then print them onto shipping labels that are 2X4 with 10 on a sheet. I stick on those labels to index cards and they work perfect. I've attached a sample.
 

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lacychef

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Chef Becca that's a great idea:) I just cut pics out of a catalog...
 

Chef Becca KY

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lacychef said:
Chef Becca that's a great idea:) I just cut pics out of a catalog...

I like using the web pictures because they are uniformed, I guess that's the super AR personality I have, haha. AND it's less time consuming to click and copy and paste than to cut and glue.

I just keep them in a little index card box in alphabetical order and when I have a shower I pull out the ones I need and add any to it that I don't have printed up yet.
 

pamperedlinda

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What a great idea! I too am a bit AR and love for things to be 'just so'! This is perfect! If the file is too big to post here would you also send to me @ [email protected]

Thanks in advance,
Linda
 

PCGINA

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Me ???? -- whatever # of request I might be....

Becca,

If the file is too big to post - please forward your list to me as well.

[email protected]

I LOVE this website - it is so incredibly helpful.

Can't wait to meet some of you all at conference IN 15 DAYS!!!

Gina
 

GourmetGirl

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So I got bored this weekend and made them all myself... I'll go ahead and attach them all for you... hth!

*I deleted all of the files, as Tasha re-did them with new info*

*I am leaving this post here so any other posts that referenced this still make sense*
 
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GourmetGirl

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Round #2...
 

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GourmetGirl

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Round #3...
 

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GourmetGirl

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Round #4...
 

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GourmetGirl

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Round #5...
 

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GourmetGirl

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Last set of pics! Enjoy!
 

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Chef Becca KY

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Sorry for the late response

Hey everyone! Sorry for my lacking response on the request for the cards. I posted my reply and then somehow forgot to come back and see your responses, haha. I'm so blonde sometimes! :rolleyes: I am going to try and attach a sample of it for you to see.
 

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Chef Becca KY

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I'm such a goober - I see I alraedy posted that one file earlier, sorry! I don't have them all in a file because I just add to them as new items are added that I didn't have a card for before. I am going to try and attach my big file of them, don't know if it is too big or not but we'll see!
 

PCGINA

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You Rock!!!

Alison you are so AWESOME!!!

I was trying to find time to plug this project into my schedule. You have saved us all soooooooooo much time.

Thanks!!!:D
 

PCGINA

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Original Idea

Becca,

NO WORRIES - thanks for yur original idea. It will come in soooo handy.
 

GourmetGirl

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Becca,

many thanks for your sample and idea... it gave me something to do instead of taking a nap yesterday :) It's all about planting that seed of ideas :)
 

jdavis

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Whew, you were a busy girl there Alison, lol. Thanks, these will for sure come in handy. Did you say what you are printing these on? Are they on business cards, or labels, or ? and which size? so we know which number to get to print them out right.

Thanks
 

GourmetGirl

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Avery 8523 (2" x 4" labels) is the layout that I used... I just printed them on white paper and am debating whether or not to laminate them... hth...
 

jdavis

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Are you reading my mind, I was thinking the same thing, skip buying the special paper and just cutting them and laminating them and putting them in a card file in order so that I would know where they all were, now I am debating on wether to put them in alphabetical order or numerical order, ooh the decisions. lol. ;)
 

GourmetGirl

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I am debating the alpha order or price order or place in the catalog order... any thoughts? I also need to print off multiples of a few of them (SA stuff, hotpad/trivets, batter bowls, bread tube, all purpose spreader, mini-serving spatula, anything else I would want 2 of...)

Has anybody lamenated their cards or do they just use the paper (I did use heavy, nice paper)?
 

Chef Becca KY

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Labels

I use the Office Depot brand of the Shipping labels that are 2 x 4. There are 10 on a page. Once I print them I put them on index cards and then keep them in a file box in alphabetical order. The little index card boxes have those a-z divider cards you can get and they are super helpful to put in alpha order. I've never laminated them and they seem to hold up just fine.

I will give you a great tip to save some money (which we all love!) I was able to connect with someone from the business service division of Office Depot. At my previous job this lady came in and told us that since we shopped with OD anyway, she could set us up a BSD (business service division) account. It's the same products, the same store, just cheaper prices. There's literally no catch! So when I took my PC Business full time I called her up and sure enough, she was able to set up an account for me. This was BEFORE PC set up the OD Perk that we can now use. She met with me and had me bring her a list of supplies I use on a regular basis. For this list she gave me super deep discounts. I mean, incredibly cheap! For instance, that box of 2 x 4 labels in the name brand Avery, cost about $40 for 1000. The OD brand costs about $23 or so. I get them for $13!! It's great on lots of items like envelopes, pens, highlighters, etc. Things I'm always needing to replace for cluster meeting, shows, my office, etc. She attached my credit card to my account and I just have to use that card when I go in the store and my special pricing comes up. Anything that I don't have a special price on I get an additional 8% off of retail price. Once I was there and OD had page protectors buy one get one free for $8.99 each. My price on them is $4.62 for a box of 100. I got them at the buy one get one free price on MY price...it was awesome! You can also order through the internet, it's just bsd.officedepot.com instead of regular OD website. When PC came out with the Pampered Perk I noticed it's the same BSD website. So I told my rep about it and she applied the PC special pricing to my account as well. Any items that I got a better price on she left the same, but anything PC was getting a better deal on, I now get on my account.

I know that's a lot of info for saving a few bucks but I'm telling ya, it's worth it! I don't know if they have territories or anything, but the girl I work with her name is Becky Kane and her email is [email protected]. You can tell her that I gave her name to you, I'm sure she'd love to set up an account for anyone!

I just love bargains! :rolleyes: What can I say?
 

its_me_susan

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Chef Becca KY said:
I use the Office Depot brand of the Shipping labels that are 2 x 4. There are 10 on a page. Once I print them I put them on index cards and then keep them in a file box in alphabetical order. The little index card boxes have those a-z divider cards you can get and they are super helpful to put in alpha order. I've never laminated them and they seem to hold up just fine.

I will give you a great tip to save some money (which we all love!) I was able to connect with someone from the business service division of Office Depot. At my previous job this lady came in and told us that since we shopped with OD anyway, she could set us up a BSD (business service division) account. It's the same products, the same store, just cheaper prices. There's literally no catch! So when I took my PC Business full time I called her up and sure enough, she was able to set up an account for me. This was BEFORE PC set up the OD Perk that we can now use. She met with me and had me bring her a list of supplies I use on a regular basis. For this list she gave me super deep discounts. I mean, incredibly cheap! For instance, that box of 2 x 4 labels in the name brand Avery, cost about $40 for 1000. The OD brand costs about $23 or so. I get them for $13!! It's great on lots of items like envelopes, pens, highlighters, etc. Things I'm always needing to replace for cluster meeting, shows, my office, etc. She attached my credit card to my account and I just have to use that card when I go in the store and my special pricing comes up. Anything that I don't have a special price on I get an additional 8% off of retail price. Once I was there and OD had page protectors buy one get one free for $8.99 each. My price on them is $4.62 for a box of 100. I got them at the buy one get one free price on MY price...it was awesome! You can also order through the internet, it's just bsd.officedepot.com instead of regular OD website. When PC came out with the Pampered Perk I noticed it's the same BSD website. So I told my rep about it and she applied the PC special pricing to my account as well. Any items that I got a better price on she left the same, but anything PC was getting a better deal on, I now get on my account.

I know that's a lot of info for saving a few bucks but I'm telling ya, it's worth it! I don't know if they have territories or anything, but the girl I work with her name is Becky Kane and her email is [email protected]. You can tell her that I gave her name to you, I'm sure she'd love to set up an account for anyone!

I just love bargains! :rolleyes: What can I say?

Thanks for sharing Becca, I just sent an email. :)
 

lacychef

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You girls are awesome & did some great work...but my computer wouldn't open them:( I guess I'll just go along with the great idea & do the work myself!
 

Brenda K.

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This was a great idea to put them on the shipping labels. I took the pictures along with the name and price and put them on pretty pastel cardstock( I cut and glued everyone). I then glue the individual cardstock on dowels. I then put the dowels in the green foam stuff (not sure what the name is) and put them in a pretty white basket. When the bride tells me what items she wants I make sure those are the product cardstock I have in the basket.

Then at the shower I pass around the basket and the guests just take the products (card stock and dowel) out of the basket and gives it to me at checkout. It works handy. I hope everyone understands this. Let me know if you have questions. Good Luck!

Brenda K.
Independent Future Director (almost director)
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pamperedharriet

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Wish List Pictures Updates

I downloaded these pictures and saved them. Those were awesome and I decided not to print them until I change the prices on the products that have price increases. Thanks for putting them in Word as this will make that part easy. Next project for you talented girls is getting the new pictures of the new products posted so all we have to do is print those out now to add to these. I love this idea!

Thanks so much! I am sure I speak for most of us on this board!
 

ChefTotsy

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OK, I am going to put myself out there and sound like a total spaz....but what are these wonderful labels used for? I love them! :) Anna
 

JeanetteK

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Thank you so much for doing this. I love that everyone shares their hard work so we all don't have to "re-invent the wheel"
Jeanette
 

tlennhoff

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I was on the phone all day and so I thought why not update the documents with the new products. I do not promise that I caught everything but I tried to take out discontinued products and put in the new products. They are not as well organized as before as I put the new products where old products were removed.
 
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PCGINA

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I have used these cards at my last 2 bridal showers - THANKS for offering them NOW and BEFORE :)
 

tpopescu

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I am so thankful that you passed these files on. I have my first bridal shower show Oct. 8 and I am glad I do not have to go through and cut up a catalog or two! I am going to make the Pecan Lattice Tart! Thanks again.
 

tlennhoff

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You put each product on its own index card. Then when doing a wedding show you pull out all the ones that match what the bride wants. Those cards cna then be put in a box, a basket, or even tacked onto a board. Guest take the card or cards for what they are going to get the bride. This way you don't end up with duplicate products ordered.
 
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