Hello! Just popping in quick with a 6×6 recipe card I made. This was for a recipe card class that I taught last night at my friend’s store, The Craft Shack. My husband and I enjoy these burgers which are served open-faced and I thought it would be good for a summer recipe class.
I used my Altenew Bold Alphabet for the word burger (love that alpha!). My friend, Lisa, had the super cute die set for the cow in her store and she had some suede paper to create him which totally added to the cuteness factor. lol. Instead of die cutting his eyes, I used some teeny tiny 1/8″ googlie eyes.
The original recipe only had 3 ingredients for the bruschetta which I figured would taste very bland so I threw a bunch of extra ingredients in there and came up with my own!
A couple months ago I did a 6×6 recipe card and I’m just now getting around to posting it! Here’s some Swedish Meatballs…of course I had to include the Swedish Chef!
And if you want to try them, here’s the directions…
1. Mix ground beef, bread crumbs, parsley, allspice, nutmeg, onion, garlic powder, pepper, salt and egg until combined.
2. Roll into 12 large or 20 small meatballs. In a large skillet, heat olive oil and 1 Tablespoon butter. Add the meatballs and cook, turning continuously, until brown on each side and cooked throughout. Transfer to a plate.
3. Add 4 Tbsp. butter and flour to skillet and whisk until it turns brown. Slowly stir in beef broth and heavy cream. Add worchestershire sauce and mustard and bring to a simmer until sauce starts to thicken. Salt & pepper to taste.
4. Add the meatballs back to the skillet and simmer for another 1-2 minutes. Serve over egg noodles or rice.
Just popping in with a 6×6 recipe card using some Sweet ‘n Sassy images. Here I used the Rhubarb’s Gingerbread Man digital image plus some snowflakes from my Snowy Hello stamp set.
This is one of our favorite breads and I occasionally make it all winter…not just for the holiday! I ran out of space on the front so I added the directions on the back.
I hope you enjoy it too. Have a great day!
stamps- Sweet ‘n Sassy Rhubarb’s Gingerbread Man digital image and Snowy Hello stamp set; paper- white, kraft, red, Recollections- Noel; ink- Memento Tuxedo Black, SU! Soft Suede; accessories- Copics, Magnolia Doohickeys- Dream Tag, MFT Blueprints 20, Stickles.
Hello friends and happy Thursday!
Today I am on the Art Impressions blog with a 6×6 recipe card using the Chris-mouse Mini Shaker Set (4796) . Bonnie keeps knocking them out of the park, doesn’t she? How seriously cute is this mouse in his Christmas jammies?
This recipe card was made for a swap I participated in this past weekend with several of my stamping friends. I chose this recipe and image because we had a Christmas theme for our event of “Jingle All The Way”. This yummy cheeseball recipe is one that my mother used to make at Christmas and my husband and I have continued to enjoy making it over the years for the holidays. I figured the mouse goes with the cheese, and the jingle bell on his tail goes with our theme, so the recipe card all kinda fell into place!
The bell was stamped on a silver metallic cardstock. Of course, I had to place that cute bell on a Mini Action Wobble! So fun! His pajamas were paper pieced with a holly print to celebrate the season.
Have a great day and… happy stamping!
stamps- Art Impressions Chris-mouse Mini Shaker Set (4796); paper- white, black, red, green, silver metallic, SU! Holly Berry Bouquet; ink- Memento Tuxedo Black, Stazon Black; accessories- Copics, Ai Mini Action Wobble, Martha Stewart holly leaf punch, sequin, MFT Die-Namics Blueprints 15 and Stitched Traditional Tags, Taylored Expressions Skinny Mini Party Borders, Stickles.
Hello friends and happy Thursday!
Today I am on the Art Impressions blog with a little different project than I usually share. I like to occasionally scrapbook recipes and trade them with my stamping friends. And when I do, I also make extras for my girls (grown now!) to add to their collections I’ve given to them. Here I made a 6×6 recipe card using the Ai BBQ Couple (3478) .
The recipe was printed from the computer and the white panel was embossed with a star embossing folder. I made these cards around the 4th of July holiday so I guess I thought the stars would go with the burgers and red checked “tablecloth”. lol.
Aren’t they a cute couple? 😉
I also used an EK Success Burger punch to embellish the page. I just added a tiny square of “cheese”.
I hope you like the card and enjoy the recipe! Have a great day and… happy stamping!
stamps- Art Impressions BBQ Couple (3478) ; paper- white, red, black, brown, SU! Crumb Cake, Gumball Green, and Daffodil Delight, DCWV Bright Red Checks; ink- Memento Tuxedo Black, Crumb Cake; accessories- Copics, foam tape, QuicKutz Stars embossing folder, ribbon, EK Success Burger punch, 3/4″ square punch, BossKut Sun die, red Stickles, paper flower.
Hello! Today I am sharing one of my favorite recipes in a 6×6 format on the Sweet ‘n Sassy blog. While you are reading this, I am spending the day stamping with good friends from NY and PA. This recipe was scrapped for one of the swaps we are having.
I stamped the little chicken from my Get Well Critters stamp set. I didn’t want his bandaged wing to show since I was doing a Hawaiian scene, so I gave him a tropical drink to cover it up! 😉 The drink, sun, beach ball, and palm tree are from the Wish You Were Here stamp set. And I gave the sand a little “texture” by stamping some speckles from Grunge Elements.
The Get Well Critters Dies and Beach Dies made cutting all the pieces out a snap!
Thanks for stopping by today! I hope you try the recipe… and like it!
stamps- Sweet ‘n Sassy- Get Well Critters, Wish You Were Here, and Grunge Elements; paper- white, lime green, Bazzill- Atlantic, The Paper Cut- Taupe, SU! Daffodil Delight, Calypso Coral; ink- Memento Tuxedo Black, SU! Early Espresso, Gumball Green, Crumb Cake, Tangerine Tango, Raspberry Ripple; accessories- Copics, Sweet ‘n Sassy- Get Well Critters Dies & Beach Dies, Die-Namics Stitched Rounded Squares, foam dots.
Today is my last post as the Inky Antics September Guest Designer and I would first like to thank Jackie for having me! It was a lot of fun!
Those of you who know me, know that I have a weakness for cookies. I like all kinds of yummy foods, though, and I enjoy trying new recipes. When I have favorite recipes, I also like to scrap them. Sometimes I swap them with my friends which is a great way to not only trade recipes, but also share our craftiness. I always make extra recipe pages for my girls which is a fun way to hand down my recipes.
I used the Inky Antics Millie Mousie Clear Set to create this 6×6 page for the Best Chocolate Chip Cookies. Yum!
I use 3 cups of chocolate chips but you can use less if you like (are you crazy? 😉 )…or you could substitute some nuts for part of the chips. We don’t care much for nuts in them so I use all chips.
I also like to use a silicone baking mat on top of my cookie sheet. Just increase the time you bake them by one minute and they come out perfect with nicely browned edges! The baking mats keep them from sticking to the pan and makes clean-up a breeze!
Millie’s dress was paper pieced in a fun matching print. There are several items to choose from in this set to place in her hands but of course, I chose the cookies.
If you like this stamp set as much as I do, hop over and let Jackie know. She is giving it away to one of the lucky commenters!
Have a “micey” nice day, friends!
stamps- Inky Antics Millie Mousie; paper- white, brown, SU! Poppy Parade, SU! Pawsitively Prints II dsp; ink- Memento Tuxedo Black; accessories- Copics, button, crochet thread, rhinestones.
I’m back with another Sunday post as September guest designer for Inky Antics. Today my project is a small gift jar with cookie mix inside using the Whisk Penguin image from the Baking Penguins clear set.
I created a tag and added a layer with the penguin. He was colored with Copics and I sponged a bit inside the diecut shape. Here’s a close up.
His hat and shirt were popped up with dimensionals.
A strip of patterned paper was attached around the side of the lid. Inside the jar I layered the ingredients from the recipe for the cookie mix that I found here. I used M&M’s that I had on hand for this project. The colors of the candy didn’t quite match my patterned papers so I added an additional strip of paper around the top of the jar to conceal the colored candy inside. If you have candy to match your project, though, it is pretty to see that layer of candy at the top of the jar!
“Whisking” you a very happy Sunday. Go say hello to Jackie on the Inky Antics blog and have a great week, friends!
stamps- Inky Antics Baking Penguins; paper- white, black, SU! Wintergreen; ink- Memento Tuxedo Black, SU! Pool Party; accessories- Spellbinders Large & Small Deckled Rectangles, Copics, dimensionals, SU! Tag Corner punch, baker’s twine, rhinestones, 12 oz. jar and lid, cookie mix ingredients.
It has been a while since I shared a recipe! My friends and I are swapping 6×6 recipe pages again soon and this is what they requested that I do. I made this salad for a party I had in February and everyone loved it. It’s an old recipe and very simple to make. I still call it 7 Layer Salad but I make it with more than the original 7 layers. I added some other ingredients to the list…pick & choose what you like!
There’s a lot of Anna’s signature faux stitching with a tracing wheel on here. Most of it isn’t showing up in the pic. I’ve been grabbing that tracing wheel a lot lately since I now keep it handy in my bucket of tools.
It was so nice to finally see a bit of sun today! Wish it would come back out. Have a great day!
stamps- SU! Punched Posies; paper- SU! Lucky Limeade, Purely Pomegranate, Very Vanilla, green, textured cream, The Paper Studio- Cosmo Floral; ink- Purely Pomegranate, Lucky Limeade; accessories- dimensionals, 3/4″ circle punch, Cuttlebug Red Tag Sale die (7), Labels 8 Nestabilities, SU! Bitty Banners Framelits and Fancy Flower punch, tracing wheel, ribbon, Martha Stewart Embossed Zigzag punch, Scor-Tape.
This weekend I will be swapping 6×6 recipes with a few friends again. Mine will be for a yummy cherry almond crumb cake…mmmm.
I used a few old SU! stamp sets here…Basket of Kindness and Creative Corners. One of the corner stamps is obvious…the blue ones on the top. But I also used another corner stamp from the set to make a little piece of cloth draping over the basket edge. The words “for you” on the basket were stamped again on silver metallic cardstock and layered. Crystal Effects was added to the cherries to make them shine.
The recipe directions were added to the back.
And just to entice you to try it (it really IS yummy)…
stamps- SU! Basket of Kindness and Creative Corners; paper- red, white, Olive, Crumb Cake (LOL…what a coincidence), Bashful Blue, Silver Metallic, Summer Picnic dp; ink- Memento Rich Cocoa and Tuxedo Black, SU! Buckaroo Blue; accessories- ribbon, Cuttlebug Fruit & Tags die, pop dots, Crystal Effects, white gel pen.