I received the Interval Playing Cards in the mail a few weeks ago and am very happy with the quality. I used the them in my last lesson and they worked very well. The only negative is that the colors are more muted than what they were in my original document. Because of this I started looking into other printers. Previously I had always been thinking in the paradigm of photo printing, but since I was looking for playing cards, I broke out of that paradigm into the gaming world.
To my amazement and delight I found a website with excellent prices and tons of printing options. You can print pretty much anything that you would want for a board game. So, now I am working on new drafts for all of my materials so that they fit into their templates. The positive side to this development is that the printed materials will be very high quality- color printing on two sided card stock. Because of this I am working on the Guide Cards for the Ni Pa Vou Cards, the Greek Letter Cards, and the Interval playing cards. My goal is to get these done in the next few weeks.
SAHM by day; ByzB curriculum developer by night. My career was in teaching: kindergarten, first grade, bilingual reading, Suzuki piano, and Music Mind Games. Now I paint icons and spend lots of time making materials on the computer. My greatest joy is directing my students in their learning. This blog documents the process and provides a space for my other ramblings as well.