Feb 19 - ssnotime127 - Recipe Card with a Twist! - Think of flipping through a recipe box filled with cards -- the tabs/dividers come to my mind instantly. That's where we are headed with this one. Make a card (for a recipe if you like, but it need NOT be a true recipe card) that has some tabbed element on it to give you that impression of a traditional recipe card in a box. This wil be FUN -- can wait to see YOUR creations!!!
I've been seeing lots of pretty recipe cards floating around in blogland and I've done a couple of simple ones, but I thought I'd really gussy one up this time. I've never met a pound cake I didn't like, but this one is especially good, so I'm sharing it with you today.
I stamped the tab image from JustRite's Recipe Borders and Centers Set on a punched out tab, added a green border and sponged the edges. Then I made the card--using Basic Grey's Nook and Pantry 6 x 6 pad. Then I typed up the recipe, sponged the edges, and adhered it to the card, first adding a sweet little green gingham ribbon and bow and some buttons from MFT's Spring button collection.
I love how this turned out--I'm actually thinking of framing it for my kitchen!
So, now it's your turn. Come along and play and take us up on the challenge--we'd love to see what you come up with. If you do, be sure to leave the link to your project on Sharon's blog using Mr. Linky. Please use the keyword ssnotime127 if you upload to a public forum. And don't forget to check out Sharon's fabulous sample and also the great designs from the Stamp Simply team and leave 'em some love!
Deb Neerman - February Guest Designer
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Thanks for dropping in today! Tomorrow is Crazy 4 Challenges day and we've got another fun challenge for you, so I hope you'll stop by again then.
Stamps: Recipe Borders and Centers Set (JustRite)
Paper: Whisper White, Chocolate Chip, Green Galore (SU!); Nook and Pantry 6 x 6 pad (Basic Grey)
Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa; printer ink; Vintage Touch (PTI)
Accessories: buttons (MFT); Rustic Twine (PTI); ribbon (craft store); tab punch (SU!); sewing machine; Corner Chomper (We R Memory Keepers)
Love this, Bar!! The DP is just perfect and I love that gorgeous gingham bow. I see a Sour Cream Pound Cake in my future ... TFS!ReplyDelete
Love the recipe card Barbara. The dp is a great fun with the recipe.I am adding this recipe to my collection...sounds yummy!!ReplyDelete
This is a gorgeosu recipe card - fab colousReplyDelete
love tasha xx
Beautiful Barb... and I just love Pound Cake!!ReplyDelete
My grandmother used to make us this cake all the time!! What sweet memories this has brought back!!:) I love your recipe card...I'd frame it too!:)ReplyDelete
Lovely---it's making me hungry! Pound cake with cupcake paper....come on! The calories abound!ReplyDelete
Hey Bar what a FABULOUS idea, love this.ReplyDelete
This is really pretty Barb! I love the cheerful ribbon addition and lovely layout...this would be great framed for your kitchen!ReplyDelete
What a great receipe card..love your buttons and the colors also.ReplyDelete
So cute and fun Bar... and the cake recipe sounds YUMMY! I'll have to give it a whirl! :-)ReplyDelete
I really love this idea! Great job!ReplyDelete
Awesome! You should TOTALLY frame it for your kitchen!ReplyDelete
So pretty, Barb...sounds yummy too! I think it would look wonderful framed! Hope you are havong a great weekend!ReplyDelete