Friday, 28 May 2010

Just Magnolia DT - Hot and/or spicy!

Thank you for all your fabulous entries with my sketch!! I loved seeing all the different takes on it!! This week we have a theme of "hot and/or spicy"!! So, you can do spicy colours, hot colours, summer images or all of the options!! I have chosen to use hot and spicy colours for my card. Well, in actual fact it is a little recipe booklet. I followed the brilliant sketch at Sketch Saturday as it was perfect for what I had in mind!! My SIL gave me a gorgeous recipe from one of her cook books after we ate it at my Brother's house. However, there are three parts to it and it is copied onto various bits of paper and I always seem to lose part of it amongst the recipe books. So I thought I'd bring it altogether neatly, in a way that I could have the whole recipe in front of me when I'm making it. I've used a mixture of spicy coloured papers from my stash, all distressed with Walnut Stain distress ink. The sentiment is mounted onto a fancy tag die cut and the ribbon is from my stash. I have coloured Tilda with distress inks.


Tilda lifts up to reveal a pocket with the first part of the recipe tucked into it.....

Which in turn folds out so that I can see the ingredients and the instructions at the same time. (Sorry, I've blanked it out so as not to break any copyright laws by publishing someone's recipe LOL).


The recipe card then opens out as above with the other two lists of ingredients and instructions!


Keeping with the hot and spicy theme I made a little garlic bulb and chilli pepper from cardstock. The chilli is embossed with clear embossing powder to make it shine! I've used MS daisy edge punch throught the card. The brown pearls are from the Hobby House.


I added some spice coloured flowers to the middle section. You can see in this photo the panel with Tilda on folded up to allow the card to open.
The final page I simply added a button and some ribbon left over from the front. This recipe is one my SIL made up so I've shown this one!

Hope you like it and can join us this week at Just Magnolia!! Thanks for looking! x

13 comments:

Andrea said...

what a great little recipe booklet, how much would this sell at a craft stall or boutique it is as usual sheer brilliance x

Anonymous said...

Hi Jane
???? how do you manage to come up with such brillant idea's (time & time again). This recipe booklet is fabulous.

hugs
Sandra (craftynan)

SusieLou said...

Looks fab - love the colours and design of it! mmmm haven't had tikka masala for ages...! Susie x

Sharon said...

Hi Jane,

I love the booklet idea! Such fabulous details.
The choice of paper was perfect.

Sharon x

Rach said...

Hiya Honey,
You always manage to come up with some fantastic ideas, this one is one of those, love the idea behind this.. a gorgeous creation.
Hugz Rach xxx

~Denise Lynn~ said...

This is just awesome Jane! So creative and perfect for the challenge too. Love the colors and the sweet image! :)

Kim Piggott said...

Oh wow this is amazing Jane!
Such a brilliant design and your colouring is superb!
hugs
kim x

Jane x said...

Stunning Jane, love the rich colours. Jane x

Georgia said...

Wow, this is stunning Jane! Such a fabulous idea for the tikka massala recipe and I love the warm colours and cute Tilda you've used! :) Love, Georgia xx

Toni Hughes said...

oh wow what a gorgeous booklet and idea love the colours perfect for the challenge hugs Toni

Chris said...

A fantastic creation Jane! Love your idea and your hot and spicy Tilda all ready to cook up a lovely curry....just had a Tikka Massala last night as it happens LOL! Anyway, love everything about your recipe book and your colouring is superb. Have a great weekend, hugs, Chrish

Diane J said...

Awww what a stunning project...
Diane xx

Helena said...

WOW Jane, so much work!! Fantastic!!!!

xxxx