Thursday, February 19, 2009

Hip Hop {Thursday} Another Recipe!

Happy Thursday, and welcome to another Unity Hop! You should be joining me from Jennifer's blog. If not, please hop on back home to the Unity blog to begin your hop. As always, there is a lot of great inspiration that you don't want to miss out on!

Last week, y'all asked for more recipes. Well, here is another one for you. As I scrapped this one, I tried to reflect the recipe itself--this recipe is nice and green when made thus the green paper (though the colors in the picture came out terrible), and it's a great refreshing, summer treat so the Unity Rain & Flowers stamp worked great for this! For the flower on the bottom left, I used Stickles black diamond and Pop Dots to give it a little dimension. And for the flower on the right I used Basic Grey ambrosia paper to piece the leaves and top of the flower. I can see myself piecing this little flower a LOT!!! I can imagine all sorts of beautiful flowers pieced with this cute stamp!

Next, I wanted to say THANK YOU to Susan from Store More Stamps for sending me this Store More Stamps Starter System. This is a very fun way to organize your stamps! Here are a few pictures I took of some of my stamps in this unit. Now, I could get a lot more on here if I wanted to add more, AND you can slide two 8x8 insert sheets into one sleeve to maximize your storage! How cool is that? I hope you will look at the fun products Susan has for your stamp storage! You can see them here.

I hope you enjoy the rest of your hop today. I don't think you have much farther to go until you find some blog candy! Hang in there, and hop on over to Amber's blog. Happy Hoppin'!

47 comments:

joslyn said...

love the black and green very striking!

Jacqueline said...

Love this!! Love the flowers on this! great way to dress up a recipe card!!

HapEMomE said...

Love all these recipe cards, Patter! This stamp set work great for you! Love what you are doing with it!
~Chelsea

Jess said...

your recipe cards have been so fun!

Angela said...

Great recipe card. The flowers are great.

Purple Princess said...

The recipe sounds yummy! Thanks for sharing!

Tracey said...

Great recipe card! Love the colours!

Robynccgirl said...

That set is too cute! Great recipe card!

StampinCathy said...

Fabulous recipe cards and just love the details you added.

Tinker's Mom said...

I love that recipe. Haven't made it in ages - thanks for the reminder! I love the design and how you used that flower. Gorgeous!
~ky

Tammy said...

Super cute!

JenMarie said...

Ooo...LOVE it!

Jen E. said...

what a cute recipe card! it's so cute it ALMOST makes me want to cook something! :)

KAP said...

You are in a recipe card mood lately! Lovin' it!

Danielle said...

You know I always say how awsome your recipe album is!!!

Great recipe!!

Jenn said...

Your recipe cards are wonderful every week!

Olde Country Creations said...

Fabulous Patter!! I love that flower stamp and you really showcased it. Super job!

Brooke said...

super cute Patter! I think perhaps recipes taste better when they come from recipe cards as darling as this one! :) Love the colors you chose and the patterned paper for the flowers..

jan farnworth said...

love your recipe so great and loving the new storage to.

Renee' Morris-Dezember said...

Super cute receipe cards...I LOVE them all...can't wait to see more :)

Stephanie said...

oh very cool...i love recipes and stamping, this is lovely!

stuffie said...

the more I see these monkey things, the more I want one... NOW!!!

My Angel said...

Love this recipe card project. I bet it looks awesome with all them together

Ravengirl said...

Soooo cute! I love the stitching!

Tanis said...

SUPER job with this one again.....Love those paper pieced flowers :)
Lucky Little Monkey girl!

Jennifer Buck said...

So cute, Patter! :)

RR said...

Wow, no more boring little recipe cards. You have inspired me. This would be an awesome project for Christmas gifts.

quilter said...

I didn't know what to do with the flower stamp--thanks for the cute ideas. Your girls are going to be so lucky with all those yummy recipes "dressed up in their finery". Thanks for the inspiration. Blessings

dclouser said...

The recipe idea is so cute and original! Gives you an itch to try making the recipe!

Cheryl Lynn Hirzel said...

Great recipe project!

Our family loves this recipe except that we use pistaccio pudding mix and not lime jello -that sounds good too!

Karen said...

Patter you are amazing!! Love your recipe pages...I have a friend who collects recipe books... her birthday is in JULY and this would make a great present. First, I NEED more Unity stamps especially Rain & Flowers. Thank you for the inspiration.

BloomingPink said...

I think you were the Queen of Organization this week...the stamp storage, the spreadsheet...

With your desk clean, does it clear your head for better creativity?

Shemaine said...

cute project!!

Erika M. said...

Fabulous work!

de said...

So creative! Now I'm hungry too!

Ashley said...

Very pretty Patter!

Yaritza said...

The recipe cards looks great.

Anonymous said...

Hello Patter Cross ,
Looks you been busy the cool box... you made. hotwheels

Linsey said...

what an absolutely fabulous idea, Miss Patter!! I LOVe this!! Gorgeous detailing on your page, the buttons, trim and stitching look amazing!! And how super cool is your Unity storage?!! Holy cow, you rock!!! happy hip hop hugs!

Sonda T said...

those flowers are really pretty!

Cathy said...

Love the way you blinged up the recipe cards. And the flowers are georgous. Nice job.

Stephanie Wright said...

Beautiful card! I love these recipe cards...please keep them coming.

JessicaK said...

Food and recipes - always a winning combo. Great job with the layout.

Paper doll said...

nice color combo, your so dedicated in your projects.

Connie said...

hi Patter-
i follow your blog and really enjoy it. You have inspired me to do the recipe cards. I did 7 the other night.

Wendy said...

every week I get totally hungry on the hop! LOVE this week's entry.

saner4 said...

I haven't made Watergate Salad in ages! I got the recipe from my MIL. She makes it with pistachio pudding, which has little nuts in it, so I don't add walnuts. It's delicious :)
Love your LO with those very cute stamps!

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