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#Free Apple Recipe Cards

Those of you who have read my blog for the long haul know that I enjoy digital scrapbooking.  In fact, my site started out as a digital apple_recipecard_coverscrapbooking site.  I still have a digital scrapbook store, though it is sorely neglected.  One of the things I learned while digital scrapbooking was that I could save paper, and money, if I would combine files into one document and print to PDF. tbc_applerecipecard_kidtested

I could create my files in whatever graphics program I was using, and save them.  I typically saved files in both JPEG and PSD format, so I could later make edits if I needed too.  If I was also using the files for my own projects, I  would then open a new document, and get as much on one page as I could fit, without cutting off margins or whatever, and print to PDF using a PDF converter.  That way, instead of wasting all of that blank paper, I could get the most out of my paper.

Like these Apple Recipe Cards that I created.  They are 3.5 x 5 cards.  With twenty one label cards to the set, not including the cover or actual recipe cards, it would be a HUGE waste of paper to print them all separately.  Of course, I could pay my local photo developer ten cents a print to print them, or I could put three to a page and print seven pages at home and have the whole set.  Which is what I did.  Then, when I need more recipe cards, I can print a couple of pages and be stocked up for a while.

Want a set of the actual recipe cards (pictured below)?

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Just click on the image above to go to the pdf file and print (it is formatted with three to the page).

I like to use a heavier weight paper or cardstock for mine, how about you?

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Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.