Saturday, March 30, 2013

How to Make a Super Cute Cover Page for Your TPT Item! (Flash Giveaway!)

People always ask me if I can make a tutorial for how to make cute cover pages, but I have hesitated to do it because it involves so many different aspects of PowerPoint and so many different tutorials!  I finally worked all of this information into a book, which you can find over a TPT!

I reworked a number of my tutorials so that the fit perfectly on letter paper, and I added a number of new tutorials!  This book includes step by step tutorials with pictures on how to make an adorable cover page (just like the one below) in PowerPoint 2007/2010 for PC and PowerPoint 2008/2011 for Mac.  It shows you how to do this without spending any money on clipart (but still abiding by all copyright laws!!!)  Click the picture below to see the book... and grab it tonight only for 25% off!


This book includes a number of highly organized and detailed tutorials on all of the following!  It will be useful for people who are new to PowerPoint, and people who are experienced with it as well!


Now... for the flash giveaway!  My grandma, who recently passed, and I typically make spinach ravioli by hand every single easter. This year, my husband took on the task of helping me... and he did great!  My grandma and I normally make between 600-800 mini ravioli (about 1" x 1").  How many ravioli do you think my husband and I ended up making? (I'll give you a hint... it's in the range I just mentioned!)


This tray is one of 8 that we made!!!

So... how many ravioli did we make?!  Whoever has the closest guess will win the set!  Be sure to leave your email address!


Update at 10:54pm:
Thank you everyone for guessing!  Congratulations to Jen from Jen's Kinder Kids and Danielle from My First Love for both guessing one off from the actual number!  We made 723 ravioli and they guessed 722 and 724!  Congrats ladies, I'm sending you the packet right now!

28 comments:

  1. Wow that's a lot of ravioli! Did you make 675 of them?

    sunburst541@gmail.com

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  2. Yummy! My guess is 835.

    beattieer@gmail.com

    Erin B

    Mrs. Beattie's Classroom

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  3. They look sooo yummy! Did you make 680? ilovekdgt@gmail.com
    Sara
    Polka Dot Kinders

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  4. They look DELISH! Did you make 724 ravioli?
    myfirstlove123blog@gmail.com
    ~Danielle
    My First Love

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  5. My guess is 705! Looks yummy!
    Carolyns941@bellsouth.net

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  6. My guess is...799. I love homemade ravioli!

    dfrideley@gmail.com

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  7. Hmmmm. 731?
    They look delish!

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    1. Sorry! I didn't mean to delete it (darn iPad)! My guess is 623 and they look yummy! Lmorgart@lcisd.org

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  9. Cannot believe you made multiple sheets of ravioli! I am impressed. More importantly, how many minutes will it take your family to devour them all?

    I will guess 657 for the ravioli made.

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  10. Super cool book! I need this. I am just starting out with my TPT store. I have a lot of ideas, but need to make them cute.

    I guess 769 ravioli. They sound delicious! What a nice way to honor your grandmother as well.

    Kristin
    Teachntex
    Teachntex@aol.com

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  11. Awesome book!!Your tutorials are always so thorough and helpful. =) Those raviolis look delicious, too!! My estimation is 689. =)
    -Jackie-
    Sister Teachers
    sisterteachers@gmail.com

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  12. My guess is 741! I've never had homemade ravioli's before!

    Leah
    Learn With Leah
    fullenkampl@gmail.com

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  13. That's a lot of ravioli! I'm thinking 630 :)

    --jen
    msob123@gmail.com

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  14. Wow! That is a lot! 777!

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  15. How about 601? That's a lot of work, but congrats on keeping grandma's dishes alive. I'm sure they are really yummy.

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  16. I can't imagine making that many. I'm going with 742. :-)

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  17. I am guessing 696. I cannot believe you made between 600-800. That is awesome though. This book looks great!

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  18. Wow - that's a lot of ravioli! My guess is 715. meredith.mitchell@nhcs.net

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  19. 812....they look good!
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  20. Wow! I'm thinking... 751?

    cathy@missversteeg.com

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  21. I'm thinking 731 mini ravioli. :-)

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  22. MmmmMmm, those ravioli look amazing! Did you make 766?

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