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Tiffany N.
designtlf Indianola, Iowa, USA

Not knowing what I wanted to be when I "grew up," I was playing around on my parents old PC with a program called PrintShop. My mom, and my inspiration, told me that I could make a career out of the greeting cards, posters, etc. that I was making! I've always enjoyed art -- even back in 4th grade when I won the class vote on a book cover, to when I won a CIML (Central Iowa Metro League) award in high school, to a holiday card the president of my college choose to mail out. Though I never really got into art classes in my high school days until my junior year, I knew that this was really what I wanted to do. I immediately began taking college courses after high school at dmacc and now I'm employed for a print and web design company EDJE Technologies,

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Publish Date  June 09, 2011

Dimensions  Pocket  68 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Cooking


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lmeechan says

Was it hard to change the format? I made a nice color cookbook and would like to maybe make a b+w too. Color is pricey for some of the younger family members.

posted at 09:26am Jun 10 PST


lmeechan says

Great idea to do the cookbook in color and black and white!! What a price difference! It's a darling cookbook!!

posted at 09:25am Jun 10 PST

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