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About the Author

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, Follow my blog about being a modern day working woman, designer, wife and friend...

Publish Date  June 09, 2011

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

Category  Cooking


Comments (2)


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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