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Sunday, October 24, 2010

My Honeybee, cooking????

Time for another challenge at Better Living through Scrapbooking.

October Challenge #4 is a Recipe Challenge:
Criteria:
October Challenge #4
“Favorite Recipe Challenge”
Create a page showcasing your favorite recipe that you received from your mother, grandmother, or other relative or family friend.
Chose at least 2 of the following:
1. Include a photo of yourself preparing the dish, or a photo of the completed dish.
2. Include a photo of the person who gave you the recipe.
3. Make a copy of the original recipe, or hand write the recipe on a card and include it on your layout.
4. Use cardstock as your background, but ink, stain, paint, or color-spray it to make it unique.
5. Use a shape punch or border punch somewhere on your page




Sponsored Supplies Used:
Cardstock: Discount Cardstock "Kraft 80# 12x12"
Stamps: For the Luv of Art, "Heart stamp set"
Stamps: Plaid All Night Media "Spatter stamp"
Papers and embellishments: Gauche Alchemy "Acme Mixed Media Paper Crafting Kit"
Paint: Plaid "Apple Barrel: "Barn Red"
Adhesive: Plaid "Mod Podge: Paper"
Adhesive: Plaid "Mod Podge: Dimensional Magic"
Adhesive: Plaid "Pop dots"

Additional supplies used:
Papers: Graphic 45 "Hallowe'en in Wonderland"
Inks: CTMH "Cocoa"
flower: Recollections
Alphabet: Making Memories "Noteworthy"
Punch: Creative Memories

Criteria I used:
2. Include a photo of the person who gave me the recipe
3. Make a copy or handwrite the recipe on a card and include on the layout.
4. Use cardstock as your background, but ink, stain, paint or color-spray it to make it unique.
5. Use a shape punch or border punch somewhere on your page.

Techniques used:
Once again I let pant be my distressing inks. I used a barely dampened sponge to put barn red all about the edges of my Kraft cardstock. I used an old sewing pattern to give character to the cardstock then stamped and distressed with paint.

I really enjoyed scrapping this page. My husband loves to cook! His favorite comfort recipe is Unkie B's Vegetable Soup! Now I have this in his handwriting to pass down for generations to come.

Please be sure to visit Better Scrap for more inspiration from the Better Scrap ladies!
Blessings,

11 comments:

  1. Love the paper you've used! You've inspired me to scrap a picture of my Mr. "cooking"...

    Hope you have a great week!

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  2. I Love that pp. Great design. I love it when the hubby cooks. If you have time check this new challenge http://kitchenkeepsake.webs.com/ and if you decide to join tell them I send you.

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  3. I love this layout, Kim! It is really a layout full of love and honor for your hubby!!

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  4. What a gorgeous layout. I love that you included the recipe with his handwriting.

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  5. How fun! Love that your honey cooks also. I love when my honey cooks.
    Great papers and love the distressing with paint.

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  6. What a great page idea. I have only done something like that once but need to do more .. lots of recipes have been handed down to me by awesome family members. Love how you used the wonderland papers on this .. and the sewing pattern . woohoo! You are so creative, Miss Kim!

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  7. This is so sweet!! Do you think your honeybee could come teach my husband how to cook?! I would be happy if he just knew how to turn the stove on!! heehee!! Love the way you included the recipe on this one!!
    Barb :)

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  8. Love this one...and yay for a Honey Bee that cooks...mine does no cooking...but I will give him credit...he has tried in the past!!!!

    Wishing you a great week and so glad to see that you are back!!! I have missed you!!!

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  9. I LOVE this!! I thought I saw an old sewing pattern on there. LOL and that was before I read your post! You are soooo creative and who doesn't love a honeybee that cooks? giggles...

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  10. Now this is such a fun challenge and a great way to pass down family recipes. Love the mixed media papers that you used:)

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