To cook or not to cook, that is the question I ask myself every night! Perhaps if I had a cute album, altered box, or layout to store my favorite recipes I might be more inclined to cook daily! So this week, our talented contributing design team is going to do just that - show us how to incorporate recipes in cute and functional ways. Starting with this great recipe book by Jenny Chesnick:
Supplies: Lakeview Court Paper (35060) - Abode, Roosevelt Way Paper (35071) - Abode, Sugar Boulevard Paper (35077) - Abode, Orchard Way Paper (35068) - Abode, Washer Small Set (59105) - Stamps, Spoon (42697) - Remarks, Sugar & Spice (70057) - Flair, Chestnut (27140) Zing!, Brunet (87554) - Boxed Ribbon, Elle (87614) - Boxed Ribbon / Other supplies: QuicKutz Santa's Workshop & QuicKutz double sided adhesive chipboard
Jenny says, "Truth be told I am not much of a cook. I constantly have to review my recipes even if I have already cooked them a hundred times. So I created a small flip recipe book to keep in my kitchen so it's handy and I don't have to fumble through all my books to find my most used recipes. I made this using my QuicKutz Santa's Workshop die set. It has a fun insert that creates a pocket for the inside of your album. I made several pockets and slips to insert my recipes. I also used adhesive chipboard between my paper for the cover to give it some weight and durability."
I definitely have to make one of these to store my favorite recipes! Thanks for sharing Jenny!