Sunday, March 8, 2009

Guest Artists

The following 10 posts are 6x6" recipe cards that some of my Papercraft friends have created and sent to me in recipe swaps over the past couple of years. I hope that you will take a few minutes to look over these great recipe cards and leave a comment here. I appreciate each one of them for allowing me to post their recipes. I do have one more recipe card I am hoping to show you from my good friend, Jen - pjpants in Las Vegas. I am waiting to get her permission to post her darling recipe card! I have dozens more cards that I wish I could post of great creations that I have recieved from talented ladies from all over the country but I hope this little bit has whet your appetite for card swapping and cooking!!

I'd also like to invite you to go to my sister, Susan's blog. She is a busy Mom and Grandma so she doesn't post very often but she has some wonderful recipe cards on her blog this week too - if you have time go take a peek and be sure to say "hi" and let her know her kid sister sent you : ).

Have a great week!! Patti


Susan said...

All of the recipe cards are just fantastic Patti! All created by some very talented artists!

Judy said...

Thanks for sharing these recipe pages, Patti. They are all so cute. I need to do another recipe swap sometime. It's been a long time.

You can use chicken broth instead of clam juice in the seafood chowder recipe. You can also use all one type of seafood - like all shrimp or all scallops - instead of the different types. I did not think I would like the fish because fish in soup sounds weird to me, but I made it the way it said and it was good. You could also sub chicken if you don't want any seafood at all.

GiftsByHeidi said...

They're all fantastic Patti, you're so lucky to have received all of them. Most of these I haven't seen before, I'm jealous I didn't get into these swaps!!

k walsh said...

i love all of those recipe cards! i havent done any of these for along time , you made me want to make more now lol. thanks for posting them all