Monday, 26 April 2010

Recipe Box and Wedding Card

While we were in Australia I managed to find a scrapbook store and picked up a few bits. I came across an Australian company called Kaiser Craft that do a cool range of alterable stuff, amongst other things. This recipe box came in a flat pack. It's made from chipboard ( the wooden stuff not the scrapping stuff) and it probably cost more to post home than to actually buy. I decorated it using BG Gypsy paper, some cardstock, of course my scallop border punch and some acrylic paint. Quite happy with the end result.



Thanks to the girls over on CraftSupplies who helped
me with the quotes.




Now all I need to do is fill it with delicious recipes.




















I made this wedding card for my friend's wedding last week. I made the whole template myself in Design Master for the CraftRobo. It took me quite a while to start to get to grips with it again but I was delighted with the result. I actually really like this card.

P.S. I know it looks a bit warped in places but it wasn't IRL.

TFL, Jan

5 comments:

Evonne said...

Great to see you blogging again Jan! I love your recipe box, and the wedding card is fab too!!
Did you buy much scrappy stuff on your travels?

Kate said...

Hey Jan, thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog. To answer your question about the "Blog's I Love" Lost it's easy blogger have added a page function now so you can add pages to your blog! Handy! If you look at where you do your posts and at the top it says edit pages and you can add them there ;-)

Loving your recipe box and card ;-)

JACKIE M said...

Jan it turned out beautiful glad you could use the quotes, love your card too:)

Vicky said...

What a wonderful box and so well finished. The card is fab too. It looks like you found your mojo again.

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