|I snapped a shot of the flash cards using TinyPost on my iPhone.|
It's a fun little app to have.
I started with a free template I found at Teachers Pay Teachers by Sara Warren. I started to print and something happened to the lines... I'm not sure but probably user error, so I recreated these flash cards in CorelDraw and added the answers for the reverse side. My mother-in-law reminded me to add a rounded corner so they could be easily shuffled correctly, so I grabbed my Corner Chompers and made an easy (but long) job of rounded the corners.
We have an older version of flashcards that were gifted to us from a retired teacher. They are priceless and I'll be keeping them, but when I went to organize them I found gaps in the system. One of the cards was a how-to and it also had cards that were worksheets. I'm not sure what those were for but I recreated them with my new larger set of flash cards. :) I wanted a reference to the cards on the worksheets so I hand stamped red numbers on the bottom of each one. Although it adds a nice vintage look to them, I had already printed, cut and corner rounded this set and still wanted those numbers. I'll not be doing that again.
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Stamps: Office number stamp (Staples brand)
Paper: white cardstock (Neenah)
Ink: laserjet printer, Real Red (Stampin' Up)
Accessories: 1/8-inch and 1/2-inch corner rounder (WRMK Corner Chompers), flashcard template