Friday, March 14, 2008

Recipe Cards

My sister had recipe cards on her birthday list this year and I came up with this design - unfortunately I was having printer troubles so they are turning into a stocking stuffer instead! Don't worry, she already knows about them!

You can download the document here and print onto desired color of card stock, cut out and package for gifting!

13 comments:

Mrs. U said...

These are adorable!! Thank you for sharing the design!! I'll bet your sister LOVES these!!

His,
Mrs. U

*carrie* said...

Yay--I'm so glad you tried printing them again. I do love them! Do I really have to wait 9 months?! =)

Katie said...

Thanks Monica! I love make-your-own type gifts ~ your sister has blessed with me some recipe related ones on her blog! These are darling ~ just trying to figure out who to give them to first.

Have a great weekend!

Jessica said...

Cute idea, thanks! I am planning to put together some little gift baskets for dear friends in May (Mother's Day) and I think these will be a nice addition.

Katy said...

Very cute!!! i love them! :)

Kelly said...

Those are too adorable, Monica! Your sis will love 'em!

Angela - Life w/ One Busy Boy said...

Great idea! THanks for sharing.

Amy said...

Those are sooooo cute! What a great idea!

Liberty said...

Hi, you had sent me an email through my blog and it went to my oatmealkiss email address that I am having problems with and I can't read the email. Can you leave me a note on my blog www.oatmealkiss.blogspot.com with your message about the valentine tree. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

these are very cute, practical, and easy to make--all criteria I look for in a craft. I thought of a recipe box in case you want to add to the gift. I go to my local cigar shop and they give me (with my small donation to the local animal shelter) as many empty cigar boxes as I please. There are some beautiful wooden and also cardboard boxes of all shapes and sizes. I have covered some with paper to make baby keepsake boxes, etc. Just an idea for a sturdy craft that uses no money!

Chrisi said...

I love these! I can't wait to print some up! Thank you for sharing.

Anonymous said...

I found this page in Spanish, though it says "recipe cards" in English with beautiful designs.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, forgot to write down the web page: http://catilopez.iespana.es/