I was so excited about the challenge over at Magnolia Down Under! It was to create anything but a card! I do alot of baking at Christmas and have always wanted to put together a little
recipe like booklet, that would hold just my recipes, that I use at Christmas. This way they are all together. I think I may make one for Summer recipes... you know your strawberry jams, your summer docktails (drinks that are made just for the cottage dock).
I am just loving my Justrite stamp set. I find it really makes it to what you want! One thing I have not used is my binding machine. I actually thought it looked to complicated to figure out, so I kept putting it off. Well...I finally figured it out this morning and that is how I made the recipe booklet. It was actually very easy!
Cardstock: K @ Company
Stamps: Magnolia, Justrite
Punches: Martha Stewart, Stamping Bella
Gems: Stamping Bella
What a good idea and the cover of your recipe book is just fabulous ~ Mel
Christine you always do such a beautiful job with the MDU challenges. This is gorgeous. Thanks for joining us once again. Can't wait to see your next creation.
I agree with Tracey, you always wow us with your entries! This is just gorgeous, a fantastic and different idea, love it, thanks so much for playing along and joining us at Magnolia Down Under Challenges. Hope to see you back again next challenge.
MDUC Site Owner.
Such a wonderful idea. I have to get that snowflake punch.
Great job! I love it! Can't wait to get my Christmas gift this year! HA HA
Christine, this is an excellent idea. I make the same Christmas cookies because they are my families' favorites year after year, and it is ideal to have them all in one place. Love how you did the cover and Tilda is done so beautifully. Thanks for joining the MDU challenge again this week. Hope to see you back again next time, love to see what your take on the challenge is.
This is just lovely!! Such a great idea.. Love it!!
Love it, what an excellent gift! I love those MS snow flakes. Well done! Hugs Nilla
So beautiful and peaceful recipe book! :)
A wonderful idea, Christine! I have a lot of recipe in a box, and I never find anything there... And a perfect gift...
Wonderful book and love the sweet Tilda.
This is stunning Christine, and so useful too.
Love this project Christine - you've done a marvellous job! Do you have any fave recipes to share to??? Bet this will be a family heirloom!
This is a great idea and it looks so pretty. Elaine
This is gorgeous, and I just love this idea. Tilda looks like she is eagerly waiting for you to get started on your Christmas baking.
This is awesome Christine, it is so pretty and a great idea. It could make a nice gift for someone too.
This is adorable. I thought you weren't allowed to share it??? I think I need one of these to put retreat recipes in. LOL. Wonderful job.
Great idea!!!Tilda is so cute!!! thank you for your kind comment on my blog.Hugs Joanna.
You are such a clever lady. This is great. You are obviously a keen cook as well. Is there no end to your talents? Marianne x
Oh Christine, thats gorgeous and so very useful and even a lovely gift for someone. Well done with love and hugs Shirleyxxxx
Ooh absolutely gorgeous Christine :-) Followed your link from http://craftygran.blogspot.com/
Oh, this is just fantastic!! It looks great and I love that you will put it to great use, what a clever idea!! That will save you time to have all of your recipes in one gorgeous book. Thanks for playing with us at MDUC, I look forward to seeing more of your fabulous works!!
love it, can't wait to get my mitts on some of those stamps too - they're fab aren't they?
The recipe book is beautiful - well done you for creating it
absolutely gorgeous!! what a wonderful little recipe booklet. Another wonderful creation Christine.
What a creative idea! This is a recipe book that would look nice left out. Great job.
What an adorable cover for your recipe book, and what a great idea! Don't you just love the binding machine. They're awesome!
Christine, what a fabulous project. Your creations are always so beautifully done and this one is no exception. I don't think I've seen this Tilda before...hmmm. She's wonderfully coloured. I've seen your use of the Justrite stamp on your other cards. I finally know what you're talking about--they've just introduce it at my local scrapbook store. It's on my wish list now.
Such a great idea and so gorgeous. Thanks for joining in MDUC
An insightfull post. Will definitely help.
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