For that kitchen look I used a designer paper that resembled tile that you might see in a home kitchen or a diner. It is accented with black cardstock. The image is from Stitchey Bear Outlet. At the side of the image are the words "MM...good"
For the first week of "In the Kitchen", I used an image called “What’s cookin” and it was kindly supplied by our sponsor Stitchey Bear Stamps. I colored it with watercolor pencils and outlined with a black pen. For the background I used a scrapbook paper and a cardstock. I adorned my card with a trim, some fabric pots and a cup. The sentiment is made of fabric too. Have a magical and keep playing along with us!
BarbaraBack with a new challenge for the next two weeks...In the Kitchen. I chose this sweet little girl image serving a banana split...yummy although haven't had one since 1967. I have a 12 X 12 pad of just kitchen paper left over from when I was doing 4 X 6 recipe card swaps and cut ta Nellie Snellen scalloped oval in it to layer over the image that I cut with a smaller oval and the pink base shows through. ( a technique I was taught at a Stamp Art class) I used the off cut on the inside. the sponsor is Stitchy Bear Outlet.
for my creation i used a very cute stitchy bear digital stamp called "tea time" to make a recipe pocket. i started with a library card pocket. i covered it in two different papers from the background fairy I adhered those to the pocket and added a border and a heart punched from one of the two papers. i colored the digital stamp with colored pencils and cut it out and added it to the pocket. my final step was adding some words and putting a recipe into the pocket.
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