Thursday, April 8, 2010

Enchiladas and Italian Drip Beef

Here are a couple more recipes I've tried recently from Ree Drummond.....and they are really yummy recipes! She ROCKS!





Both of these are 5 x 7 cards. I didn't use any stamps on the enchilada card...just DP, sewing, a little bit of eucalyptus stickles on the tomato leaf, and a border punch. On the drip beef card, I used my Hero Arts What's Cooking clear set that I got from Stamper's Dream. The pot holders were stamped on the Farm Fresh DP in Memento Tuxedo Black, cut out and attached to the card with brads and tape.

....oh, and here are direct link's to Ree's recipes:

Simple, Perfect Enchiladas
(*note: I used cooking spray instead of canola oil in my recipe for softening the corn tortillas.....saves 100 calories per enchilada by using cooking spray)

Italian Drip Beef





SUPPLY LIST ~
Stamps: Hero Arts What's Cooking clear set
Paper: Real Red, Kraft, Vintage Cream, October Afternoon Farm Fresh DP
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Printer Ink
Accessories: EK Success Wavy Dot Punch, Sewing Machine & Thread, Eucalyptus Stickles, Red Brads, Piercing Tool & Mat Pack
Card Size: 5 x 7

20 comments:

Our Little Inspirations said...

You put so much love into these recipe cards, and it shows! Great choice of colors and dp, and the stitching accents on each one are perfectamundo! Nice job!

Dawn Easton said...

These recipe cards turned out FABULOUSLY girl! Wow!

Thanks for the links for the recipes too!!
You rock my friend!

Joanne (jojot) said...

what a wonderful 'legacy' you will have with this recipe project.....they are so fabulously done and so practical as well

naturecoastcrafter said...

I follow the Pioneer Woman, too, but missed these. Yummy, Denise. Your recipe cards are like looking at a magazine spread.

chris said...

Hi Denise
yummy yummy
your recipe cards are perfect love the little oven gloves.

Tammy Hershberger said...

Denise, these are really cute! And the enchiladas sound YUMMY! I'm going to have to type that one in at Weight Watchers and see if I can trim down the points and use it! Thanks for sharing!

Joan said...

What gorgeous recipe cards!!!!!

dolcreations said...

Denise I just love when you do your recipe cards! We get a two for one here!!! A great recipe card idea...and a recipe! How fantastic is that. I just love how you paper pieced those oven mitts and then hung them...how adorable. I need to get started on my recipe book. I need to get a recipe holder first!!!! I think you had a link on your blog for one. I need to go and check it out.

Rose Ann said...

Yummy, Denise! I love the papers and your pieced potholder and mitt!!

LeAnne said...

Oh, these are COOL! I just got the ingredients for her Italian beef....can't wait to try it, my mouth is watering right now!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

OK...now I am starving! LOL!! You have So inspired me...I think I will start some recipe cards!!

Amy Sheffer said...

Gorgeous recipe cards, Denise!

ChristineCreations said...

oooo yummy looking and sounding, we love enchiladas. You know what I love? The little bits of zig zag stitching on each side. Such a simple design element that looks so snazzy :)

Barbara said...

Gorgeous cards and the recipes sound so good! I've got all the ingredients for the Italian beef on my grocery list :)

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

I've decided you are the Queen of Recipe Cards - I mean seriously, who else could make recipe cards look this good!!! Your recipe box must look AMAZING!!!

dpkennedy said...

Love your recipe cards! I want your recipe box!!!

Silke Ledlow said...

Yummy...I could have this for breakfast right now!!! Awesome recipe card Denise!!! Hugs ~S~

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Why do I always come away hungry.. Another wonderful recipe card.

Amy Johnson said...

What sweet recipe cards...I love the stitching and the little brads holding the oven mitts. How creative!

Sue from Oregon said...

I always look forward to your recipe cards!