Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Papercraft Star Challenge #33


     When I saw these little Flapper lady bakers at My Favorite Things I just knew I had to make them mine and I knew I had to combine them with a recipe.  Well it just so happened that I signed up for a swap that I needed to make 16 recipe cards decorated in a vintage style.  This is what I came up with. 
     The front of the card is decorated with the Flapper cuties and some fun Valentine papers.  I had to add some stitching in there and some inking of course.
     For the recipe I used some Lunchbag Kraft Text paper from Kraft Outlet.  It has the neatest texture.  I used a Notebook Edge Die-namics die from My Favorite Things for the top edge of the recipe card and then added lines with a sepia pen to continue the vintage look.  The card just slides into the front pocket.


     The back of the card has a fun Martha Stewart punched heart and one of the sentiments from the stamp set.  There's also a little criss-cross pocket to hold any notes the person who receives the recipe might want to jot down.

     This project required a "sweet' Valentine recipe.  So I sent a outrageous White Chocolate Bread Pudding recipe.  I've signed up for another one of these this month That calls for a soup or salad recipe.  Better start looking for some veggie papers.  LOL



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     Happy Wednesday!


Supplies


Papers:  TPC Studio, Bo Bunny, Gina K Designs Pure Luxury, Georgia Pacific, Recollections, Kraft Outlet Text paper, cardstock and chipboard
Stamps:  My Favorite Things Stamps "Flappers in the Kitchen", We R Memory Keepers "list" clear stamps
Copics
            skin E000. E00, E11
            hair E43, E47, E57
            clothing RV10, RV11, RV13, B00, BG01, BG02, E43, E57
            bowl R24, R27, R29
            tray and shading C2
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black ink, Vintage Photo Distress ink, Sakura Micron ink pen
Tools:  Martha Stewart Lace Heart edge punch, Doily Lace edge punch, and Lace Scallop Heart punch; EK Sucess Retro flower punches, My Favorite Things Die-namics Notebook Edge die; sewing machine
Miscellaneous:  Celebrate It ribbon, The Paper Studio adhesive rhinestones

10 comments:

  1. This is brilliant.. And so darn cute.. That image from MFT is to adorable.. Looks like a fun swap..

    Hugs, Linda

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  2. What a cute project! I am in a recipe swap too!! YAY!! I love that the recipe is on craft and that image is so dang cute! Great colors as well! Wonderful work!
    Regan

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  3. Fabulous project Tracy, I love it! Sounds like a fun swap!!

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  4. Supercute idea Tracy! Lovely swap, too! I wonder what kind of recipe will find its way into your kitchen now!! Hugs, Ira

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  5. This is too cute! I adore the stamp you chose and the little pocket for the recipe card is perfect! Great job!

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  6. I may not cook, but I do bake occasionally - this is about the cutest recipe card EVAH !! Next time I do one (a swap or even a recipe card) I am so copying this, and what is new about me copying you anyway ....

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  7. I'm just lovin' the flapper ladies. Love this Tracy. :) It's so adorable.

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  8. What a sweet idea Tracy. I love the use of the recipe swap on this one...and the flappers gals are cute!

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  9. Hi friends,

    The recipe cards are looking very cute outfit. Really, What a unique favour idea! I love it. Thanks a lot....

    Recipe cards

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  10. Adorable! The stamp is so cute.

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