Sunday, January 8, 2012

Coconut Chicken Salad Recipe Card



So now that the holidays are over, I'm trying to get back to eating "healthier" foods. I just tried THIS coconut chicken salad recipe earlier this week from Skinnytaste.com and I really liked it so I figured I'd make it into a recipe card for my binder.



I know, I know....a lot of people don't like coconut....but I do! Yum!! :) The card measures 5" x 7"....no stamps on this one...just the butterfly die, bling, lace ribbon, Stickles on the butterfly, and sewing. Done and done. :)

If you'd like to see the recipe binder and sheet protectors I use, here are the links:

CR Gibson Binder

Pocket Sheet Protectors

Have a great day!!

10 comments:

Dawn Easton said...

LOL I was all good until the coconut....haha! I do like it, just not IN things.

Glad you found a great recipe though! I'm with you on the eating healthier! We are TRYING too ;)

Such a pretty recipe card...love that butterfly trail of rhinestones!

Carol L said...

This has to be one of the prettiest recipe cards I've ever seen! The colors are so pretty and the recipe sounds delish! I like coconut -especially if it's toasted to a golden brown :)

Becky said...

I love coconut..I do a lot of cooking with coconut milk.. This recipe card is gorgeous.

Amy Johnson said...

What a sweet recipe card! I'm with you, I took a month off from my usual good eating habits, but now I have to get back on track with healthy eating habits. Starting Today!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

GORGEOUS girlie! LOVE the blingy trail from the butterfly! You must have the MOST gorgeous recipe book ever!!

Elizabeth Allan said...

Great new blog background Denise. Beautiful recipe card. I bet the recipe would be good without the coconut too!

marilynwillauer said...

I so love your recipe cards, they are beautiful!!! Keep on inspiring me, I want to make my recipe cards like yours and put together a 'family' recipe books for my two children!!
Thanks for sharing.

Nancy Guse said...

Denise, I always enjoy your recipes and I would like to do my own. How do you get the recipe all on a card? Doesn't the writing get to small? Do you use a program? I am lost with that.

Sarpreet said...

Well for those who don't love coconut, the same recipe would be great just taking out the coconut. I dnont mind it. The recipe card looks gorgeous as those papers. I wish I could sew as good!

Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

Mmmmm ... sounds delicious!!! I seem to have missed some of your emails ... when my computer crashed! So ... I am enjoying catching up on your gorgeous creations! Hugs xx