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Old 07-10-2006, 06:14 AM   #1  
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Default A few questions about uploading....

So I know the rule about no upload Sundays and I'm fine with that but I was wondering if there's a way to upload the images and do all the description stuff but just not submit them until Monday or Tuesday?

My problem is I forget all the color names & which stamp sets I use since I generally only stamp on the weekends and scan them right away and then just upload during the week. I always seem to forget something about the card from when I stamped it to when I can actually upload the image and the description.

Anyone have any ideas? How do you do it.
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I don't upload much, but when I make samples for my displays, I usually keep track of the supplies I use by writing them on a post-it note. (I keep a post-it pad on my work table.) Then I stick that post-it to the back of the card and if someone asks at a workshop what I used on a particular sample, I can just take the card down and check the post-it.

One of these days, I'll get around to scanning and uploading my cards and I think those little post-it's are gonna come in handy!
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