Wednesday, November 28, 2012

RECIPE FOR WOW

This is a recipe drawer that I made after working on the class at Cat's recently.  I had this paper by Reminisce that I had owned for a while.  I love the red gingham paper mixed with the kraft paper.  The lady on the front card is from the Ruby Rock-It collection.  I "fussy-cut" it and then added the recipes sticker from the Reminisce collection.  The stripe down the side is some washi tape by Glitz and topped with a border sticker from the Reminisce colleciton.
This is one of the divider cards and the background paper is from the Reminisce collection.  The "rise and shine" rooster is from a Flair paper collection.  The bingo card is a stamp from the Teresa Collins Vintage collection and I used some alphabet stamps from Hero Arts for the word entrees.  I used the bingo stamp for each of the divider cards. 
This is another of the divider cards and features a tag by Ruby Rock-it and some stickers from the Reminisce collection.   The mini clothespins are all by Canvas Corp.  I had a lot of fun putting this together.  Still have to copy the recipes onto the recipe cards and probably will embellish some of the clothespins.  There won't be too many embellishments because this will be my recipe card file that I use all of the time.  I look forward to getting all of my recipes copied and to start using this.  I didn't think I had enough room on my counter for this, but found a corner for it and it is going to be wonderful having such a cute way to store all of my recipes. 
 
Almost forgot to mention the most important part:  This is WOW Wednesday on Cat's blog.  So don't forget to comment for a chance to win some blog candy from Cat.  Thanks for taking the time to stop by my blog.

 

5 comments:

AllisonG said...

I love how your recipe box turned out! The red gingham is a perfect choice and the images you found for your categories are just great. Love this!

Sandy Trefger said...

Very cute Marillyn! I love that red gingham. It works perfectly with the drawer. Thanks for sharing it!
~sandy
visit my blog @ sandy's crafty creations

Valerie said...

Great job Marilyn! I just love how you mix and match so many things! You're going to love using this for your recipes!

Papel Scissors said...

looks so pretty! great job.

Shaunery Wharton said...

Marilyn this is FABULOUS!! Dang it, now I'm wanting one of these... Beautiful and wonderful..