Simple Recipe Cards | Papercraft Business Design Team Project

Happy New Year, crafty friends! Hope you’ve been having a nice start to this fresh year.

I wanted to pop in and share my latest Papercraft Business design team project.

When you join us, most months will be “Anything Goes” (ATG…. Took me months to figure this out when I first started crafting, ha!) but each month will have a monthly, optional theme.

For January’s, it is NEW BEGINNINGS (Celebrate something new). It can be any type of papercraft- cards, scrapbook layouts, mixed media, etc. We love the creativity and fun ways everyone uses their crafty supplies.

It’s been fun being a part of the design team and getting to interact and be inspired by the participants’ work. We’d love for you to join us either as a first timer or seasoned participant.

For the latest details and a peek at the prize, check out our challenge website HERE 

For my project, I created recipe cards that I will be gifting to a fellow employee! She has recently moved into a new home where her kitchen area is much roomier for her to be able to do her fun cooking/baking projects.

I used watercolor paper from a Lawn Fawn paper pad and used a Concord & 9th stamp set called Perfectly Penned (which by the way, is very versatile for other types of projects, so it may be a perfect product for you).

I used one of my rectangle dies to die cut a recipe card size from the paper. I used a couple different stamps from the stamp set and using similar ink colors to the paper. On the backside of the cards, I created lines to be able to write on. For fun, I took a plain white envelope and used a stencil to blend on a couple colors that matched the recipe cards that I’ve created.

Thanks for stopping by. Our Papercraft Challenge team hopes you stop by so we can be inspired by your work! jan. dt project

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