Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Kitchen Tilda and a Recipe

Good Morning!

I finally had a chance to ink up this adorable Magnolia Kitchen Tilda and couldn't wait to use her for a recipe page!


I teach monthly recipe classes at the Scrapbook Page in Shawnee Kansas. The recipes are submitted in advance by the girls who take the classes so I have lots of fantastic recipes to choose from each month when designing the pages. And of course a recipe class wouldn't be complete without a few samples of the featured recipes. Snacking and stamping...What a great way to spend the afternoon!!


Each page measures 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 and contains one of the recipes that the girls have submitted. "WeR" makes these beautiful leather albums with page protectors which are just the perfect size for these pages. Each page can be placed in a page protector to keep it safe when cooking in the kitchen! I used my Silhouette digital cutter to cut the flourish from some black vinyl and adhered the flourishes to the side of my albums.

The beautiful cherry paper is from Creative Imaginations - cherries on one side and red with white dots on the other. The Chocolate Chip card stock and 5/8" Red grosgrain ribbon are both from Stampin' Up!
Tilda is colored with the following Copic Markers:
B00, B000, R32, R35, R37, E000, E00, E31, E33, E35, C1, C5, 0

Here's a close-up view of the super easy recipe!!


Have a great day and thanks so much for stopping by!
Julie

25 comments:

paola said...

Very sweet, thanks for sharing i am also busy with recipe folder and loving it
smiles
Paola

Lisa A said...

Very Cute!! Have you thought about joining our recipe swap???

hugs,
Lisa A

Pam S. said...

super cute Julie! Lovin' the cherry influence and all the red! tfs!
Pam Going Postal

Scrappinangler said...

So cute! That cake looks yummy! love the flourish on the recipe book! :)

Pen to Paper said...

Julie, looking at this makes me hungry!!! Very cute!

XOXO

Jackie

Helen said...

Oh, Julie, that is adorable!!!
Blessings!
~H

Pat said...

Hi Julie...I love how you colored this little Tilda. (I'm going to "borrow" your red combination!!) Oh...and the cake is deeeeelish...my mom used to make a dump cake similar to this. Thanks for sharing! Pat Frank

Barb Hardeman said...

Julie this is absolutely gorgeous! Love the shine on Tilda shoes and your colors are fabulous! What a cool idea to have these classes, and how yummy too! Great job...

Candy said...

Hi Julie,
Oh your recipe card is just perfect! Tilda is coloured wonderfully and what a great recipe !!! Yes you should join in the Magnolia recipe exchange.
Love that you have these wonderful sounding classes - so much fun!
Hugs, Candy

hikers said...

Your baking Tilda looks as good as a cherry pie in her pretty red colors. Awesome job on your coloring. Myrna

Leonie said...

O I am loving this!! Love all the reds and your Tilda is just sweet enough to eat
hugs Leonie

Christine Riley said...

This is so gorgeous, I love your coloring and paper choices.
Hugs, Christine

Lisette said...

Beautiful! She is one of my favorites. She looks great in reds. Your coloring is great!

Pam said...

I love Baking Tilda and her beautiful recipe card! Haven't made a dump cake in years, but I think it is time to made one again.
You did a great job coloring Tilda, and I love the cheerful paper!
Thanks for sharing!
Hugs to you,
Pam

Mom said...

Julie, this is just so cheerful. You need to come join our Magnolia-licious Recipe Card Swap! if you want more infor email me at tastefullykay@yahoo.com KayW

sandy said...

Julie - this is a really pretty and fun card, I love her! Of course I love cooking and eating too!!!
sandy

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

Hi julie! wow!! this is fantastic! your coloring is superb and this project is wonderful!TFS!

Scrapgirl said...

I love it, the colors are great! That Tilda is one of my favorites!

Lori said...

Very cute, Julie!!! The recipe also looks yummy :)
Love and hugs ~ Lori

Gloria J. Dawson said...

Julie your recipe card is beautiful! Love the size and layout....gonna try one of these myself! Great Job!

Gina L said...

Tilda looks good enough to eat in her red and white outfit. I love the papers you chose. Great design for a recipe card...for any card, in fact! Gina L

Pam said...

Julie this is wonderful! What a beautiful way to display your recipes.
~Pam L.

Karen W said...

Love the recipe card with the Tilda. Wonderful job! I will have to try the cake recipe

cabio's craft corner said...

Fabulous recipe Tilda card Julie. I especially like the red you pick for this scheme. Very pretty and sweet!
Hugs,
Cabio

Diane said...

This is absolutely adorable, Julie! I love it. Love the way you've profiled Tilda against the black oval mat...makes her really stand out. And of course...a fabulous job on coloring. The whole design is very striking. Love it to pieces!