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I know Instructables likes Instructables to have several steps. I have a little project that really doesn't have enough to split into steps. It's more of a cool - you can do this - with an example. Is a single page Instructable ok? It's photo related, but craft would probably like it too. Should I just post it in those forums? Seriously - shorter than this post but with an image included. hahaha

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Lowney (author)2009-09-13

You could just do what they did for that Fobes contest, as in make a small video. Check mine out!

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kelseymh (author)2009-08-11

Uh, huh. Think about that...

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sharlston (author)2009-08-11
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kelseymh (author)sharlston2009-08-11

Did you even bother to read the date?

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GymMama (author)2009-05-27

That's a great idea! The story about your Grandma takes the cake though. She even looks uncomfortable in that dress! =)

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Goodhart (author)GymMama2009-05-27

I don't know if it is the dress or the corset under the dress that is so uncomfortable ;-)

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SFHandyman (author)Goodhart2009-05-27

That's the thing. She made it so the dress and the corset are one thing. :-)

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Goodhart (author)SFHandyman2009-05-28
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Goodhart (author)2009-05-27

Well, I am sure if you had to you could introduce it, and then for the "first step give all the instructions (which would make it technically 2 steps long), but I am not the final say in this one, that is just my opinion.

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Wasagi (author)2009-02-16

I think I'm making one, It might get kicked off... We'll have to see...

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SFHandyman (author)Wasagi2009-02-16

I originally wrote How to Make Butter as one step. They asked me to break it into steps in the Burning Questions contest.

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kelseymh (author)2008-11-19

If it's a how-to, then it should be acceptable. I've seen single-step I'bles elsewhere. If it's just a photo "gee, look what I did", then a slideshow would be more appropriate.

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SFHandyman (author)kelseymh2008-11-19

Thanks. I did put it up. I think it's a cool idea and the way it is put together. Not a photoshop lesson though.
https://www.instructables.com/id/Restored_Family_Photo_Cards/

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