I used these with my older dd in high school. I feel certain that my package said it was reproducible within the family. Maybe you could show that to Kinko's.Nicoleab2 wrote:I went to kinko's today to get the sticky backing on the time line figures. This was suggested by someone in the MFW office because it would be easier in the long run when working with the timeline book. Kinko's said I needed to get permission because the timeline figures have a copy right. I thought they were just going to put the sticky backing on the ones I had, but she said she would have to make a copy to put the backing on. Anyone else have a problem with this? Did you just use what you had and glue them in the book? Can we not make copies of the figures for our next child? Just wondering what you all did. I don't want to do anything illegal.
If Kinko's still won't cooperate, then you could copy them yourself. You'd just need to purchase the sticky paper from Kinko's or elsewhere. Then you can load it into their self-copy machines or into your own printer, making sure to face the sticky side in the correct direction.
Maybe someone else has more ideas?