At Stampers Dream I purchased this binder which you can doll up the way you like, so I brought out my favourite October Afternoon papers and used my new stamp set "Cookin Up Memories"
also from Stampers Dream! I love this binder as it comes with 4x6 recipe card sleeves which really protects your cards from any mess.
This recipe is great for those really hot days of summer.....for this recipe card I used Papertrey's stamp set "Day at the Beach". I had lots of fun with this stamp set. I used the little lime wedges to stamp up the background and then used my tulip glass and coloured it with the copics....then stamped the icecubes with a white stamp pad, sprinkled with some glitter just to give it that ice look. I think it worked ok!
Now what is summer without time by the bonfire! So you have to have smores for sure. I used the Stampin Up stamp set " Under the stars". This one I loved doing...I tried to make the marshmellow look, gooey and a little roasted. I used liquid applique on the marshmellow and used the my heat gun to heat it up to give it that puffy look...added a little copic marker to the top and voila...a cooked marshmellow!
It's a little early here for the peaches to come. But this recipe is one of my favourites. I used the Papertrey stamp set " Vintage Picnic".
Well that is all so far I have done, but I am on a mission to get alot more done for my booklet.
Have a wonderful weekend! Thank-you so much for popping in to visit, I so appreciate you taking time out of your day to come!
I have entered this post into two challenges, suggested by Lisa Jane. Thank-you Lisa Jane for the idea! I have never entered into these challenges and thought what a great idea! I am entering into the Papertake Weekly, which is something different and One Stop Crafts Challenge which is anything but a card!
I also want to thank WinterWonderland for being chosen as Top 5! I so appreciate it!
what a fantastic project , its gorgeous. Why don't you enter it into the following chalenges ... A spoonful of sugar -3D something, Papertake weekly - something different , and One stop crafts challenge - Anything but a card . it would be shame not to as its so beautiful
oh my WORD, girlie, these are A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! I love how you colored the recipe box on the cover and what a great color combo. The Vintage Picnic and Day at the Beach sets are so perfect for recipe cards and I love your *gooey* marshmallow in the s'mores. TOOOOOO cute!
Oh Christine, you're making me so hungry just looking at all these delicious recipe cards, LOL!! I am drooling ....! Each card is so beautifully done and put together - you will have the most beautiful recipe cards ever in this folder! Hope you enjoy the weekend! The boys all start ball so it's going to be busy!
Hi Christine .. thanks for your lovely comments - my name is Lisa Jane though lol..( it doesn't matter though lol...I always wanted to be called Mary Ellen( from The Waltons) when i was a child - so Mary jane is a combination of the 2 - I love it!
Hi Christine, Glad you have shared more of your recipe binder with us, hoped you would.
Have you eaten all that coffee cake yet?
I still want some, and would love to wash it down with "Sparkling Berry Punch" please!! LOL
It's a fantastic project.
What a great project Christine. I love the recipe folder and cards. And that coffee cake from yesterday looks yummy!
Christine, what a fabulous recipe box !!!
Thanks for joining us at One Stop Craft Challenge this week! :)
Hugs Itzuvit xx
Christine! Wowie girl!!! This is just fantastic! You have decorated them all so cute! What a great idea!
What a nice project and so useful too. You have done such a nice job with the images and papers. Christine, your work is always so crisp and clean, I just love it.
These are beautiful Christine, I think it is such a great idea and I love the fact that each card has a plastic sheet to keep your recipe protected. Like I said on my comment yesterday, you always seem to have the perfect stamp for each one too!!
wow what a gorgeous recipe book, i would have to leave that out on show, great idea, make a lovely gift, sue,x
Great idea and the recipes look wonderful too.
This is amazing Christine. Such details like the ice cubes. It is fantastic and such a lovely keepsake. Would cost a fortune in a shop. We don't have smores here but they sound fab. I have seen them on menus in the US but never had enough room left to try them. I'm sure they are low calorie, lol! Marianne x
Hi Christine, if I lived nearer I would be popping around for some of those lovely drinks, you have created a stunning set of receipe cards. With love and hugs Shirleyxxxxxxx
You shouldn't be showing me this before you give it to me. Okay, I'll act surprised. These are absolutely awesome. I love the stamps, the desigens, the papers. I so love my Christmas gift. LOL, you think I'm joking, I'm really hoping that these are being made in duplicate.
FANTASTIC! AMAZIN! DARLING! GORGEOUS! I can't think of anymore adjectives at the moment.
Christine, yet another fabulous recipe book, love it, the colors, images (vintage basket!!!) and all! Perfect! Hugs Nilla
I absolutely LOVE these recipe cards Christine. What a wonderful gift to give someone. Wow! Take care, hugs Sharon
P.S........You WON the OCL set from my blog! I just emailed you. CONGRATULATIONS, girlie! :)
OMGosh...I LOVE your recipe album and all those fabulous recipe cards! Aren't those JustRite stamps just the handiest thing for writing what we need!
Fabulous entry for the One Stop challenge. Just gorgeous.
wow wow wow Christine what a fantastic project it's so beautiful and the detail you've added really shows thanks for joining us at PTW hugs Jill xx
Gorgeous projects (and those recipes are making my mouth water!)
Thanks for joining in at One Stop Craft Challenge.
I love these fruit themed recipe cards
. They bring a freshness to the kitchen and also love the vintage twist.
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