August 10, 2010

Here is another recipe card. This one I used a new cuttlebug embossing folder for the background. I think the cuttlebug with the folders is my absolute FAVE tool to use! Last count I had "40" folders. Oh My Gosh!!! When does it end????? ANyway, these recipes are really fun to make, and I have to get on the ball and get more done to share with all of you. Please keep the comments coming, I always enjoy reading what you think...

August 9, 2010

Here is another recipe card I made. These are really fun to make, kind of time-consuming, but I think it will be worth it when I can have a whole cookbook full of these goodies. The stamp is an older one from TAC, I thought it would be perfect for this chicken casserole recipe. Fun to make, more to come. Spread the word to follow my blog, I might have a give-away coming up, but need more followers...

August 2, 2010

Here is another recipe card. I am really loving the looks of these. I am just afraid of running out of ideas, as they are pretty small. I am making them 4x6. (NOT alot of room for embellishments). I love this riley stamp! I colored it with copics. I edged the card with pti's tea stain ink. Thanks Michelle Wooderson for the inspiration on doing these cards.
Here is another shot of the little book attached to the front of the card. TOO fun to make!!!
This was SO fun to make.. All the stamps and dies are from Papertrey Ink. One of the designers for pti, made a little booklet out of the spiral notebook die, so I copied her idea. I love making these little "books" to go on the front of a card. I intertwined the new thread from them as well to bind it together, I have 5 pages total. I tucked it into the library card holder that I embossed with a new folder as well. It was so fun to make. I love the ticket die and the matching stamp set for it. SO many possibilities. LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!!
I have seen so many neat recipe cards done up, I thought it was my turn to try. I am a huge fan of michelle wooderson's blog, and also Tracy Harp's blog. "THEY" are the reason I wanted to do up my recipes. It is quite a job, but when I get all my 'fave' recipes done up all nice and cute like this, I think I will love it!! I also used my cricut on this one cutting the soup pot. The saying stamped under it is from There she goes rubber stamps, it says, "The last time I cooked this hardly anyone got sick?'... TOO FUNNY.... More recipes to follow... let me know what ya think

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