Thursday, June 18, 2009

It is time for

Sharon Johnson's Stamp Simply Challenge 92 and this week we were asked to created something that can hold a recipe or you can write a recipe on. Well, I made a criss cross recipe card.

I was thinking and thinking which one of my oh so many recipes, well I usually don't cook by recipe, I am a kind of throw it in the pot as I go kind of girl :D:D:D and decided to write up a recipe that I have been making for a while and every time I serve it people ask for the recipe as it is pretty good. It is called Chicken 'n eggs brunch pizza and I changed a few things from the original recipe as it is originally called "Ham 'n eggs brunch pizza" but my family does not like ham too much. Another thing that I changed, well, we don't just eat it as a breakfast/brunch dish you can eat that thing any time of day :D:D.

The instructions for the criss cross card are from SCS and I am sure some of you have made it a ton of times. If you have never made one, it is actually pretty fun to put together the instructions can be found here . For this card I used some Martha Stewart Daisies I found the other day when I went to Big Lots. They have the biggest sale ever going on. All kind of Martha Stewart stuff like for weddings and such, little gift bags, cards, favor boxes, garlands, confetti and those daisies that have a dimensional on the back. Those daisies almost looked like the daisies on some, yes, you've guessed it K&Company paper which is called Wild Saffron and so pretty!!!

To make a long story short, I used the paper and the daisies to make this recipe criss cross card. Let me know what you think. I took 2 pictures so you'll get to see the card with the recipe inside and then the recipe itself.

Paper: PTI Summer Breeze, SU Chocolate Chip, K&Company Wild Saffron, SU confetti white for the tag
Stamps: SU Yummy
Ink: Su Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Mega scalloped oval punch, satin ribbon, Martha Stewart Daisies (40 daisies for $2.00!!!), SU Tab punch

Did I get you interested in this recipe? Well, all you have to do if you can't make it out from the picture, shoot me an e-mail and I'll gladly send it to you. Make sure you'll go and check out what the other ladies have come up with.

Janine, Jennifer, Julie, AJ, Becky, Tammy and Deb

You'll love it and maybe you'll just find some recipes to try out ;D.

Thanks for stopping by.



Carla said...

This is so darn cute Sabrina!! I love it. (Sounds like a great sale at Big Lots; love those MS flowers.)

I would love the receipe - only when you have time.......!! 8)


Janine said...

Hi Sabrina!! What a wonderful recipe and card!!
Have a great weekend.

The Rubber Maid said...

Great recipe card...very cute and your recipe sounds fabulous. That's a new one on me and I will copy and try. TFS. Pat

Darlene said...

The tri-fold card was a clever idea to use for your recipe card!! Great job! The recipe sound awesome ... I'll be giving this one a try!

Silke Ledlow said...

Totally cuite idea - Sabrina!!! This card turned out beautifully!!!

Have a great weekend!!! Hugs ~S~

Joanne (jojot) said...

with my peeper I certainly need the recipe sent to

love the presentation of could have them ready next time your serve your friends...they will be soooo impressed