Check out this super COOL new arrival at Stamper's Dream....Cardkeeper Album Kits! You can use them to store just about anything.....A2-sized greeting cards, recipe cards, photos, etc.
I wanted to make a recipe book for my Mom in her kitchen colors (hunter green, ivory, and beige with some burgundy). I altered the covers and the Maya Road What's Cookin' Mini Chipboard pieces with some Life Stories DP Collection 2 DP. I used my chipboard pieces, Spellbinders circle dies, JustRite Decorative Wide Border, Cookin' Up Memories set, and some Prism Sage Dark to make a "place setting" on the cover.
Now...here's my FAVORITE part about these Album Kits. I've mentioned in other posts how I like to put my recipe cards in clear protectors so they don't get messy splatters while I'm cooking. Well, these kits include sleeves! Michelle also has the Cardkeeper Sleeves in her store that you can purchase separately if you'd like to have extras on hand. Have to say, these sleeves by Cardkeepers are MUCH better quality than the ones I've been using in my old binder. They're thicker and won't "tear" while you're flipping through the cards. This book I made for my Mom has a total of 15 sheet protectors in it.....and there's room for LOTS more!
Here are the recipe cards. I made five of each color. The Cookin' Up Memories images are stamped in Versamagic Olive Chalk Ink.
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