Monday, May 31, 2010

Scraplifted Recipes - I WON!!!!!!



This week American Crafts (http://americancrafts.typepad.com/) is holding a scraplift challenge.  The challenge is to take a previous card or layout from the American Crafts' Studio Blog and make it your own.  This is perfect for this big project I have been working on for some time now.  A while back I ran across Holly's "Food In Jars Mini Book" (http://americancrafts.typepad.com/studio/2009/09/food-in-jars-mini-book.html).  I liked the idea of using American Crafts' Craft Fair line to record those memorable recipes within a family.  I knew one altered child's board book would not be enough to hold all my recipes I decided to alter a journal binder instead (see "Halloween Idea Book" for another altered binder).  It's still a work in progress, I am going through my numerous binders and boxes of old recipes and deciding which ones to put in the book.

                           

Supplies: American Crafts-  Paper - Craft Fair; Remarks - Fruit(Color & Chestnut/Leaf), Veggies Journaling (Color); Minimarks - Market Accents, Cafe Accents, Berry Special Phrases; Thickers - Patchwork Accents (Bubblegum), Daiquiri Green;  Ribbon - Crochet; Stamps - Ginger Small, Abode Washer; Stamp Markers and Memory Markers


OMG!..... I WON THE CHALLENGE
http://americancrafts.typepad.com/studio/2010/06/spotlight-on-melanie-louette-spotlight-week-challenge.html


2 comments:

Courtney Walsh said...

this is sooo cute! I've always wanted to do a recipe book! Right now, all my recipes are shoved on strips of paper in one of my cookbooks! lol

I am SO excited you are taking my BPS class!! Please let me know what you think of it, ok?? :) What a fun blog!!

Silsine said...

Congrats!!!

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