I'm slowing transferring all my recipes, which are currently stored in a folder which has seen better days, to the cards.
|A few of my recipes including one for Guilt Free Chocolate from my friend Amy!|
I have used some of my favourite dies for this make, the Bakery dies from Noor! Design. These are so quirky and different. I have added some Tea Dye Distress Ink to the bread and croissant dies cuts.
The papers are also from the Noor! Design Bakery range.
The images are vintage freebies from Old Design Shop.
I have used Decopatch glue as it's a good strong glue and gives a slight varnish too. I used an emery board to given a rough texture to the tin to help the glue stick.
Creative Blessings. x
I wish to enter this into the following challenge(s);
Quirky Crafts Challenges - K is for a Quirky Kitchen - http://quirkycrafts.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/challenge-12-k-is-for-quirky-kitchen.html
Rhedd's Creative Spirit - June Challenge - http://rheddscreativespirit.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/our-june-challenge.html