A Scraphappy Southernbelle

Friday, March 6, 2009

Mmmmmm.......

Hey yall! I finished up 2 more sets of recipe cards for my swap at DIY tonite. I was in a scrappy mood, but ran out of adhesive! Ugh! So this was all I finished up. This first recipe is called 'Black Bean and Rice Enchilada's.' I embossed my pleats using the D'Vine Swirl and Swiss Dots Embossing folders. Here is this one:



Here is the second one I did. This recipe is called "Rotini Chicken Casserole." I used some ribbon, the Fiskars Threading Water border punch, Orange Stickles, and my Martha Stewart button punch for embellishment.


That's all for me today! I hope yall have a wonderful weekend! I hope to get my scrap on and finish these recipe cards....maybe even knock out some challenges. Take care!
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9 comments:

Carter'smomaw said...

Your recipe cards look scrumptious! That was a neat way of doing pleats.

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AUsome mom said...

I can't hardly stop by over here without starving! These cards are too perfect! Have a great weekend!

Kray said...

The recipe cards are so cute!!!

campbelljudy1228 said...

These cards are cute GF. Are you making them for someone? Both of the recipe's sound good.

Dana N said...

Your recipe cards are all so cute. I've enjoyed looking at your blog. You need to share those yummy recipes with us!!

Margie said...

Hi Aymee! Tell me you cook also?! How amazing! I love these recipe cards. I like the pleated look! P.S. YOU'VE BEEN TAGGED! Check out my blog for details... it's a fun one!

Denise said...

WOw, great looking recipe cards!! Those recipes sound yummy.

CindyG said...

Would you please share instructions on the basic way to make these. I would love to make some for a recipe group I belong to. What do you put your pages in after you are finished. Thanks for sharing. Cindy

Southernbelle said...

Sure Cindy! These are so easy to make. You start with a 6'x6' base. Then you decorate it in any way you would like. Some people type up and print our their recipe's. I have a recipe stamp by Stampabilities. So I stamp mine and hand write them. It takes a bit longer, but I need to use the stamp. LOL When you are finished, you simply put these in a 6x6 mini scrapbooking album. You can organize these into albums however you wish. For example, I have on album for holiday foods, one for soups, one for desserts, etc. You can usually get these 6x6 albums rather cheap when they put them on sale. So keep an eye out. These are so fun and are a great swap to do!!! Or even make great gifts! Hope that helps!