Hi there- and Happy Memorial Day!! I hope (for those of you who celebrate) the long holiday weekend has been treating you well :). We've had a busy one here, but today is definitely the busiest. Lots of grilling and baking to do- but I'm excited to eventually sit down and relax and enjoy it all.
I'm here to share with you my second project this month for Scrap FX. This time I've created a recipe booklet which I've been wanting to get done for some time now. When I found out that the theme this month for Scrap FX was "Farm & Country", I just knew that this project would be perfect for it. So I gathered up five of my most favorite (and most often used) recipes to start my book, making them easily accessible to me rather than having to dig through my various recipe books to find them.
Let's have a look...
Scrap FX Chipboard used in this booklet:
~I definitely like to get the most out of my chipboard, and so on small projects like this I will use just portions of some pieces. For example, on my "Chili" recipe card I've used just a portion of the chain frame, on the "Bkd Spaghetti" card I've snipped the branch from the Curly Bird, on the "Meat Balls" card I've used just a section of one of the twigs, and on the "Tator Tot Hotdish" card I've taken the top section of the Forest Tree.
~As you can see, the beautiful Victorian Frame can be used to frame things other than photos. It was perfect for setting the stage for my first card in the recipe booklet.
Additional Supplies Used:
~Prima "Almanac" papers
~Prima & Wild Orchid flowers
~Prima Chalk Fluid Edger Pad "Dry Sand"
~lace, doilies, misc trims, burlap twine, gesso
Thanks for stopping over for a visit :). Have a great rest of your day!!