Monday, December 28, 2015

Recipe Dividers

Hi all! Vladka here!
Christmas is behind us and it is time to rest a little bit, also from crafting, don't you think? December was really busy and before the Christmas I made this recipe dividers. It will be perfect to run each recipe through a laminator, put them between right dividers and take them out when we need them. So, there will be no harm if we spill something on them. Practical, right? And the other possibility is, to bind them in the recipe book. On the first divider is Mrs. Claus. Very cute die and I´m so happy that I have also this motive in my collection. 
On the second one are really popular recipes for Christmas - Cookies
Third one is reserved for hot drinks...
... and the last one for Santa's favorite recipes. This is just one idea and can be modified, so it can be used for all kind of recipes which we use during the year.
So, this is my last post in CottageCutz blog for this year. 
I'm so happy that I had the opportunity to share all my SC projects during the whole year also here and thank you for all your kind comments.

I wish you all happy and special year 2016 with a lot of creative ideas.
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Card Supplies I used:

CottageCutz dies: they are listed below
Card stock: Kraft, White and Red cardstock
Distress Ink: Walnut Stain and Vintage Photo, Fired Brick, Aged Mahogany, Peeled Paint, Forest Moss, Mustard Seed
Other: white watercolor tube, scissors, paper trimmer, scor-buddy
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6 comments:

Keti's Projects said...

What a cute a fun idea. It will be added on my TO DO list for 2016 ;-) Happy New Year.

Karen Briguglio said...

Perfection, Vladka. What a wonderful project. Simply elegant. I love your style.
Karen

Cheryl Walker said...

Absolutely darling, and love this idea!!! Beautiful job Hun!!!!
Hole you had a Merry Christmas & and hope for a Happy New Year!!!
Sending hugs
Cheryl

Lisa Laustsen said...

What a great idear. . Some time i Will make it..

Lisa Laustsen said...

What a great idear. . Some time i Will make it..

Carol Hurlock said...

How cute! These are darling.