Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Simple Stories Recipe Book Part One for SBB



Hello,

I kept busy before leaving for the UK with this little project for Scrapbook Boutique............Well for me too really, it's another step in organising my life!

I'm sure I'm not the only person who collects scribbled recipes from friends. Please tell me you too punch holes into rice packets because that recipe looks interesting and you never know, one day you might just have enough cooked rice left over along with some lamb!  I've been collection recipes for years and lots of them are real family favourites.  My problem is that I either 'stuff' them between the pages of my favourite chef's 'masterpiece'.....or into this back plastic A4 folder.

I was browsing through the Scrapbook Boutique on line store (go take a look, it's like Aladdin's cave for us Paper crafters ) where I found these fabulous Journals  with  8.5" x 7"plastic inserts. They're part of the Simple Stories range, I chose the one bound in red.  The range also includes a 6 x 6 paper pack of double sided design paper. 4 x 6 Journal cards as well as Recipe inserts.  Everything I'd need to make up my own recipe book, perfect!



Today, on the Scrapbook Boutique blog you can find how I've 'dressed' the front of my recipe book as well as a look at the inside page.  I've share another post showing a couple of my recipe pages a little later on and maybe swap a recipe or two :)





Thanks for calling past.


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5 comments:

frommycraftroom said...

Fabulous project. Thank you for sharing,
I'm a little guilty of all those things - and I don't just keep recipes :) Patterns to last forever!

Olga said...

This is fantastic!!!!

lostinpaper said...

I need all the help I can get 'organizing' my life, this looks fantastic Sue and such a personal keepsake, love it!

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

I have so many recipes that are in my moms handwriting. This would be fantastic! Beautiful project, Sue.

Angela said...

LOVE THIS!! I have so many handwritten recipes from grandmothers that are so precious!! Great way to showcase them Sue!!