My friend Linda, aka LGuild, made a recipe book and posted a few pictures on the Cricut Messageboard and was asked to post all the pictures. Linda doesn't have a blog and didn't want to take up MB space posting all the pictures so asked if I would post them on my blog *okie thinks Linda was just being lazy and wanted okie to take all the pictures and have to post them*. Of course I told her I would be more than glad to help her out *okie sometimes is not such an honest injun and might have lied a little about being glad about it*.
Linda came down for Stamp Club yesterday and we had some errands to run and then came back and took pictures of the pages. I think she did an excellent job on her book. Linda is not a scrapbooker, she is a card maker. So this was quite the stretch for her...matter of fact she said she had smoke coming out her head from trying to come up with ideas for all the pages *okie think the smoke was actually from Linda just using her brain and not stealing ideas from other people*.
Linda is also doing a giveaway of the items in the picture below. Just leave a comment on this post about her recipe book. She will do a random number draw on all comments left before July 7th at 11:00 pm. She is NOT giving away the recipe book it's self *okie already has dibs on it if Linda is gonna give it away*
Linda said "not every page has Cricut cuts on it but this was quite an undertaking for me since I make cards". She did use stickers, stamps and Cricut cuts. She also said "if someone asked me to make them one I would say 'YEAH RIGHT! Not in this life time'" *okie cracks up laughin*.
So without further ado here are the pictures!! Oh and remember you can click to make them bigger if you want to see more detail.
First three pages..the index is actually turned the other way, just turned it for picture taking.
Pages 4 and 5. Pages 6 and 7.
Pages 8 and 9. Pages 10 and 11.
Pages 12 and 13. Pages 14 and 15.
Pages 16 and 17. Pages 18 and 19
Pages 20 and 21. Pages 22 and 23.
Pages 24 and 25. Pages 26 and 27
Pages 28 and 29. Pages 30 and 31
Pages 32 and 33. Pages 34 and 35.
Pages 36 and 37. Page 38
Remember to leave your comment for a chance to win Linda's Giveaway!!
Great job, Linda! You can no longer call yourself "just a card maker"!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cookbook, she did a wonderful job!ReplyDelete
Wow, this is great. She did an excellent job. It must have taken her a lot of time to make this book. TFSReplyDelete
The recipe book came out fantastic! Love all the colors and detail. Linda should probably try to make scrapbooks, she did a fabulous job. TFS!ReplyDelete
Love this recipe book. What a great idea.ReplyDelete
WOW! For someone who claims this was a "Stretch", it is AMAZING!!!ReplyDelete
I love the fact that all the recipes are pretty simple and the way the pages are laid out, it really focuses the eye on the recipe card!
No noisy distractions! I LOVE IT!!
(And I'm going to try that Meatball Pie with Biscuits!~YUM!)
WOW!!! Fantastic!! I hope to have time to make one with all of my favorite recipes from my Grandmother. Thanks for helping Linda share her wonderful creation Okie!ReplyDelete
I think the book looks great...it is a big project...one I've thought about doing but have not done yet...ReplyDelete
I enjoy the blog, and I hope I win...
Love the recipe book!!! Linda, you did a great job and Okie, you were your usual nice self to share with Linda! Hugs to you both. Happy Holiday!!!ReplyDelete
This is a great recipe book! I've been "tempted" to make one with my family's favorite recipes that have been passed down. After seeing your cook book, I might just have to do this. :) Great job!ReplyDelete
I love recipe scrapbooks. I started one a couple of years ago and only have about 5 pages done :( I've been to busy making cards. I need to get started on it again. This one looks amazing.ReplyDelete
Oh, it's absolutely wonderful! I love every page! I recently have finally gotten around to starting one. It is SO much work! I've really barely started, only made a few cuts and assembled, I know I'll be still working on it this time next year! lol. Big accomplishment here, and it looks so fabulous, you'll be able to proudly pass it on in your family for many generations to enjoy! I love it!ReplyDelete
The book came out so stinkin cute. I might have to lift it from her...lol.ReplyDelete
you did awesome I have been wanting to make a recipe book love it you can reach me at email@example.comReplyDelete
The recipe book looks great! I wish I had time to organize mine as nicely as she did.ReplyDelete
Linda- I love this, will you make me one?? LOL...j/k you did a great job!!!ReplyDelete
Linda, What an awesome undertaking!! Your book is breath-taking.ReplyDelete
Love the cookbook! The pages are perfect, they are not over embellished or busy. She did a great job on it!ReplyDelete
This is a great project. I have all my recipes in a small index box and they are very unorganized. I love this recipe book and now I want to work on creating one for my family. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
That really turned out to be a nice cook book!!!ReplyDelete
This is an amazing cook book. So much more to it than recipes. Great job.ReplyDelete
Amazing job! If I could decipher the handwriting I would love to do one like this with my mother-in-laws hand-written recipe book! Maybe I'll give it another try since seeing your terrific creation. Thanks for sharing - and Thanks to Okie for giving it space and helping :-) firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
I just love this. Ive been wanting to make one of these forever! You're giving me some really great ideas!ReplyDelete
Linda, you did an awesome job on your recipebook!! Loooove the colors and cuts that you used!! :)ReplyDelete
WOW She should start scrappin' too! I love it! I LOVE making recipe albums. I even type up the recipes in the books I read and scrap those LOLReplyDelete
What a great give-away, thanks for the chance to win!
Linda, My question is did you make this for yourself or someone very special? You did an excellent job! Scrapbooking is obviously in your blood. Now you need to branch out. I have many projects, even cards that are one of a kind and will never leave my craft room. Welcome to the other side. Now you will have twice as many creative outlets! Great job!!!!ReplyDelete
This turned out very nice! Is it wrong that I'm secretly happy that the pictures show the recipes perfectly so I can try a couple?! :o) Great job Linda!ReplyDelete
Great job Linda! And Okie, that was a lot of work to post all those pictures. What a friend.ReplyDelete
That is an awesome cookbook!! I want to try a big project like this!ReplyDelete
WOW, WOW, WOW,is all I can say. I just love how you did your recipe book. Then to hear you are doing a give away??? WOW. I would love to win this. Would be great to pass down recipes to my kids for the grandkids :)ReplyDelete
I am ChrisVicente at cricut.com
Once again WOW
Wonderfully done! Linda done a great job!ReplyDelete
Very nice of her to do a giveaway as well!
Great job Linda!!! That is beautiful and perfect! Okie, you get a round of applause for posting this!ReplyDelete
Wonderful book! I've been wanting to try my hands at a recipe book. Thanks so much for the ideas, your recipes look YUMMY!! :)ReplyDelete
Nice Job!! I did one for my daughter that got married last July, everybody loved it and wanted one, so....we had a cookbook making day and they all worked on their own so I didn't have to do them all. I added pictures so they could see what each food is supposed to look like.ReplyDelete
WOW, I can see why Linda had smoke coming out of her head... This is just AWESOME... I love it and if you decide you don't want it Okie, I 'll take it.ReplyDelete
So cute and such a great creative idea! Thanks so much for sharing!ReplyDelete
Awesome cookbook! I love every page! Linda - you did an amazing job! And thank you Okie for posting the pictures for us to see! :-)ReplyDelete
Awesome! Makes me think I need to do something with my notebook that has recipes hanging out all over!ReplyDelete
jewel1967 at yahoo dot com
This is such a great and creative idea! Thanks so much for sharing. You did an amazing job! This definitely inspires me to try something like this to make and give as gift to my grandma!ReplyDelete
Wow, great recipe book. I've been meaning to get one done for the kids and never got around to it. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
The book is fantastic! And inspiring, I think I might make a fun recipe book for when my children have a place of their own...umm, when I have time after finishing their albums! lol Great job and thanks for sharing, you're a nice friend Okie to post it :o)ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness! This is AWESOME! What a Wonderful job you did, Linda! All I can say is WOW! ...and I'm so glad that the recipes are clear enough to read! ;-)ReplyDelete
Gosh, your cookbook is amazing! I just got my cricut and love seeing how creative everyone can be! I have thought of making a cookbook and this is such an inspiration! I may start and make this a "work in progress"!! Great jobReplyDelete
WOW! what an awesome book, no wonder you aren't giving it away! Great job, to both of you!ReplyDelete
cjbarclay at gmail dot com
Great job, Linda! Your cook book looks awesome! Wish I had the motivation to do that. Sure you don't want to make one more? LOL.ReplyDelete
The cookbook is really cute. You did an excellent job, thank you for sharing!
Thank you guys for all your nice comments! I agree that it was very nice of Okie to put these on her blog. It did take her quite some time to do the photos and get them uploaded but she did a good job on them. Now I know how she uses a "light box" to make the photos come out more clear and am going to try her method next time I post a photo on the MB.ReplyDelete
Bobbi- it took me a total of 6 days to get the pages done. Whew!
hestiashelper- that recipe is delicious, IMHO hope you enjoy it
Emily-scraplift away! I'm well known for scraplifting myself!
goatesgirl--You HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING! LOL!
Cathy-no, I made it for myself. These are recipes I use all the time and I wanted them all in one place.
I'll pick a random winner for the RAK and Okie will post the winner here on Thursday, July 8th.
WOW! Linda did a wonderful job!ReplyDelete
I only wish I could the pics up even closer so I could get recipe ideas for dinner :)
And how sweet to do a giveaway!
What a great recipe book! No wonder she's DONE. It looks like a lot of hard work. Thanks for sharing all the photos Okie. PamReplyDelete
Too Cute! Now I just wish I had enough recipes to make my own! lolReplyDelete
Now that was a lot of work, Linda!ReplyDelete
One in a lifetime!
Great job though. TFS
You did an AWESOME job on this book! Love it!!!! Thanks for sharing the idea with us.ReplyDelete
Wow! Great book! Looks like lots of hard work and love went into the book!ReplyDelete
Wonderful job Linda. I just love it. I need to get busy and do the same thing with a lot of my family recipes.ReplyDelete
Love it! I am so excited to see a recipe book...that is on my list of things to make!ReplyDelete
What a great book! I love all the little details :) I may have to give it a try! Thank you for sharingReplyDelete
Love your recipe book! I can tell you put a lot of time and hard work into it, but it turned out fantastic. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.
Linda, that is one awesome book. I have been thinking of doing one for each of my 9 grandkids - but guess I will have to re-think that. haReplyDelete
You did such a great job, with lots of thought and hard work. Thank you so much for sharing this with all of us.
Very, very nice, Linda! What a great gift that would be for a new bride! Thanks for the idea! And thanks for the chance to win :)ReplyDelete
Great recipe book Linda.ReplyDelete
You did a wonderful job on it.TFS
fantastic job on the cookbook! somehow I think you have graduated from "just a cardmaker"! thanks for the opportunity to win!ReplyDelete
Awesom recipe book. Thanks for the ideas!!ReplyDelete
Marvelous job on the book! That is a lot of different Cricut cartridges, and some pretty nice stamping work as well. And Okie, you crack me up!ReplyDelete
Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the Cutting category today [02 Jul 01:12pm GMT]. Thanks, MariaReplyDelete
Wow! Wow! Wow! These are great - I have been wanting to do a recipe book for a LONG time now but just don't seem to have the time to get around to it. This is great inspirationReplyDelete
the cookbook is totally precious! That gave me great ideas for b-days and Christmas! Love it!ReplyDelete
What a lovely idea!ReplyDelete
What a great idea. This is certainly a labor of love that your good friend Okie will claim once it's all said and done.(-: Thanks for sharing your work.ReplyDelete
Wow! That was a lot of work! Thanks for the give away.ReplyDelete
OMGoodness ... Linda, what an outstanding job you did on this recipe book. BRAVO!!! I saw the few pages you posted on the Cricut MB, but that was a mere sample of your fabulous work! My only problem is how do decide which one to make first! ;)ReplyDelete
Okie ... you did a pretty darn good job posting this for Linda too. Way to go! =)
WOW that is beautiful!!! what a treasure to have... Thanks for sharing and the chance to win.ReplyDelete
WOW that is beautiful!!! what a treasure to have... Thanks for sharing and the chance to win.ReplyDelete
WOW, what a lot of work, but what a treasure. I think I might just have to do one for my girls for Christmas. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Super Job Linda, For someone who's not a scrapper you did a fine Job.ReplyDelete
Really great job on your Recipe book.. I can see you put a lot of work in it..ReplyDelete
Great recipe book, Linda! You can definitely add scrapbooking to your list of talents! And thanks for the chance to win!ReplyDelete
Tell Linda she did a great job. I have been wanting to make a recipe book myself but haven't done it yet.ReplyDelete
I love the cookbook! I want to make one for myself if I can find the time! By the way, I think I should win the givaway since I have a birthday this weekend!!!ReplyDelete
You have done an EXCELLENT job on this! If you don't mind, I'm sending a link to my cousin. She's getting ready to make receipe books for Christmas presents and I'm sure she'll love "scraplifting" some of your ideas!
Okie, thanks for helping Linda to share!
Wow! The recipe book is fantastic. I don't know how she came up with enough ides to do all of those pages. It's very well done.ReplyDelete
Wow! What a wonderful keepsake. Looks terrific. Congrats on finishing it.ReplyDelete
Awesome. I love the cookbook.ReplyDelete
I made pages similar to yours. I really like the way yours look, so professional. thanks for sharing, and the opportunity to win.ReplyDelete
Wow, Linda, you did a wonderful jo b on this book. I like it so much because it looks so real and one that someone would really use. Not just a beautiful to look at project. You are certainly not just a card maker anymore, but a true paper crafter person. Thanks fo sharing your work Thank you too Okie --you are obviously a great friend. (honest injun.) KathieReplyDelete
I love the pages, you are very crafty as well as a cook. Thanks for the many ideas you shared.ReplyDelete
Great job Linda!!! What a wonderful cookbook, looks like your not just a cardmaker anymore!ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend!
Linda you did a fabulous job on your recipe book. You are really lucky to have a friend like Okie to post all those pics for ya!ReplyDelete
What a great book! It looks great! I would love to try this sometime!ReplyDelete
That is super cute! I have a few cook books that I have like that, I did not do all the pages myself (I did it as a swap). I would love to win the goodies!ReplyDelete
As one who regularly makes recipe pages for swaps at our church . . . well done!!! You did a FANTASTIC job!ReplyDelete
Just lovely Linda! I've been thiking about creating one of these for my famiy and seein your just may have given me push I needed!ReplyDelete
Very nice. I've been trying to come up with some ideas for a recipe book. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful recipe book, I would like to do this for my girls. My grandmother was a fantastic cook and has many family recipes in her handwriting. Tell Linda WAY TO GO GREAT JOB!. Mindy1qc@msn.comReplyDelete
You did such a great job Linda! I remember seeing what u posted on the MB. And Okie such a goodfriend to post them up! Keep up the good job ladies!ReplyDelete
Sandy pheonix 792001@ yahoo.com
Cute recipe book Linda! Sounds like you and Okie had a great time!ReplyDelete
I love your recipe book, You did an awesome job. Thanks for the chance to win.ReplyDelete
Fantastic recipe book. You did a great job mixing designs with the recipes. Thank for a chance to win our giveaway!ReplyDelete
okie... good friend! this book is what families want to see, not just about presentation but about substance. recipes that are treasures that should be scrapbooked!ReplyDelete
What a fabulous recipe book! Inspires me to make one too, but it'd be pointless since I don't cook -_- Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
WOW Linda, you did a fantastic job!ReplyDelete
Awesome job on the cookbook ... almost makes me want to tackle mine .... well, maybe not considering it is three 3-ring binders full....ReplyDelete
This looks GREAT! I am planning on making one for my daughter for Christmas. I think I better get started now!ReplyDelete
Linda did a really wonderful job!She deserves a standing ovation!!ReplyDelete
Okie, Thanks for showing us Linda's recipe book. Awesome job Linda. Your a scrapper now, not just a card maker. Shari (cricutrookie)ReplyDelete
Love the recipe book. What a great idea.ReplyDelete
I think Linda needs to get herself a blog so that we can see all her work (especially if it is as good as this).
durham dot j @ shaw dot ca
I loved your recipe book so much that I am inspired to start one for my little sister who just got engaged! She moved away from home for the first time and is always chatting on facebook about not knowing what to make for dinner! This is beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
Linda, your recipe book is amazing. I am going to scraplift it a bit as I am starting a new path to healthier eating so I can make a book with all the recipes that I will be using from now on. Thanks for the idea. A job well done!!!!!ReplyDelete
Linda your cookbook turned out great!! You should be proud of it! Looking forward to seeing you and Shirley next week! :) SuzanneReplyDelete
That book is just beautiful. You did a wonderful job. Thanks for the RAK and chance to win.ReplyDelete
Awesome recipe book!! I love it. How long did it take to do?ReplyDelete
Beautiful,Fun Book you did a great job.ReplyDelete
Wow! I love Linda's cookbook. I would like to have something like that!ReplyDelete
Looks WONDERFUL! Lots of detail and work went into this! Glad I got to see the rest of the pages! :0)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the inspirations!! The recipe binder is such a good idea. :-)ReplyDelete
EKLockwood at sbcglobal dot com
Ohmygoodness, Linda!!! :) Can you say INCREDIBLE?! I absolutely LOVE your recipe book!!!!!!!!!!!!! You did such a great job!ReplyDelete
I would love more information: Where did you buy the notebook? What size is it? I have been planning on starting a recipe book (I have a friend who has been adding to hers for years), but like you, I consider myself a card maker & I know it'll take me forever (how long did it take you to do so many pages with such amazing detail?)!
Thank you so much for sharing (it was so nice of you to undertake Linda's posting, Okie!),
I just wanted to leave a comment on this post for linda... I don't care if I win blog candy.... :) I just wanted to let her know she did a WONDERFUL job on this, even though she is a card maker! :) I need to make something like this for me and the Gazillion recipes I have.... So I can hand it down to my boys.... and if she can take the time to make this wonderful book as a first time scrapbooker then I should be able to get myself together to make one for my family! Thanks Linda for sharing it... it really does look great and Thanks Okie for being such an awesome friend to post it on your blog! Have a wonderful weekend!!!! :)ReplyDelete
This is awesome Linda! Thanks Okie for posting the photos on your blog for her.ReplyDelete
What a fantastic giveaway also...thanks for the chance to win.
Linda did an excellent job on the cookbook! Okie, nice blog and it is easy to read blog.ReplyDelete
Sharon (scrappyone from Cricut MB)
Amazing recipe book and great use of the Cricut food items. I love the little apron especially. Makes me want to get my recipes organized and decorated =)ReplyDelete
Great job and thanks for sharing! Jill
In my NOT SO HUMBLE opinion....I still think Linda should give away the book.....but I would be happy with the pack anyway! Talented duo that created this!ReplyDelete
Great job! Thanks for sharing the rest of the pages, I really like it.ReplyDelete
Linda you did a FANTASTIC work on your Recipe Book. Seriously, I attempted last fall & couldn't get through it. That was very nice of you Okie to post this for her!ReplyDelete
Super Job Linda. I have wanted to do something like this for a while and still feel a little intimidated. Your's is beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
Wow just amazing! i will need to pull down grandmas book and see what i can come up with! thanks for your hard work! it looks super.ReplyDelete
Looks great! I have thinking about doing this since I got the From My Kitchen Cart. Thanks for sharing and for the give away. email@example.comReplyDelete
The book is beautiful! It makes me actually consider doing something like that! I make lots of mini books, but never anything bigger than that with a true theme. Even my scrapbooks are just mixed up things! Thanks for a chance at winning!ReplyDelete
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love it. great idea. I think of my self as a "just" a card maker also, so I know what you mean.ReplyDelete
Linda what an AMAZING job you did on the cookbook. I do want want in the giveway but wanted to let her know NICE WORK!!ReplyDelete
Who ever gets this is going to be very blessed!ReplyDelete
Linda, you did a wonderful job on the Cookbook,BUT you are going to have to share some of the recipes.ReplyDelete
I'm just saying
This is really nice and simply inviting to try all the recipes. Great job and congrats for all the hard work you put into it.ReplyDelete
Spectacular Job! I can't even imagine the hard work and love you put into that book. You should be so proud!ReplyDelete
That had to take her a long long time. But I love it! Thanks for sharing ... gots eome great ideas for recipe cards .... don't think I could do a whole book myself!ReplyDelete
PS Okie what a great friend to take all the pictures!
Wow!!! that is beautiful!! GREAT JOB!!! thanks for the chanceReplyDelete
OMG her book is amazing!! I am just in awe over it!ReplyDelete
Linda you did a great job on the recipe book what a great idea...ReplyDelete
Great job Linda! I love it looks like a lot of work!ReplyDelete
great job and a lot of work.ReplyDelete
Your cook book is awsome. you did a great job on it.ReplyDelete
Your cookbook is so cute! I am doing something similar with a group and we swap recipe pages. It makes cooking more fun!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
awesome job sure you don't want to make another oneReplyDelete
Linda, this is a awesome cookbook idea. I have five children that always ask for some recipe. I think I will start making each child one for Christmas. Thanks for the wonderful ideas and the giveaway.ReplyDelete
It's just so Kitchey, it's Cool!!!ReplyDelete
you have to tell Linda that her cookbook is wonderful!!!! I LOVE IT!!!! What a fantastic Idea and should she or you. ( I know you have first dibs on it) I'll take it.
This is my first time on this blog but, like arnold ( but without the glasses and guns), " I'll be Back!"
Happy 4th of July
That is gorgeous! I need to make a fun recipe book. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
What an awesome cookbook! There are probably some great recipes in there.ReplyDelete
What a great giveaway I hope I win!ReplyDelete
angela0623 at msn dot com
Absolutely wonderful and inspiring!ReplyDelete
Planning on making my girls a recipe book for them, before they get married.ReplyDelete
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This is the third time i left a comment hope it goes through. I plan on making a recipe book for my girls of their favorite foods.ReplyDelete
Very, Very NICE! you must be proud of yourself for making this. For someone who doesn't scrapbook, you did a wonderful job. Okie you can't keep this book, because I didn't see her salsa recipe that your always raving about!.....lolReplyDelete
Linda, you did an outstanding job on this! What an amazing creative project!ReplyDelete
sucor_2 at hotmail.com
WOW, great job. And in only 6 days!ReplyDelete
I always love looking at your work.
This is something I should do.
Does the RAK include a copy of the receipies too! LOL My family would appreciate that. I not only get in a rut scrappin, but I get in a rut cooking too!
Seriously, You did a wonderful job.
And, Okie what a wonderful friend you are to post this for Linda (and all of us).
I am going to make one like this. And put all my favs. in it. thanks so much for the inspiration. Cant wait to start. Maybe tomorrow.ReplyDelete
That was a lot of work! Here's an idea: scan the pages & print them out on your computer -- an easy way to share a copy without doing it all over again. It's always good to have a back up, in case of a cooking disaster! (I know, I've had plenty!)ReplyDelete
I think Linda can officially say she's a scrapper now! Awesome job, Linda.ReplyDelete
OMG - this is amazing!ReplyDelete
I think she is an AWESOME Scrapbooker!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing
WOW!!! That's some recipe book. Great job!!ReplyDelete
Linda, WOW, WOW, WOW--you did an awesome job!!! I've been wanting to do a recipe book for a while...you just may have inspired me! Thanks for sharing your creation.ReplyDelete
WOW that is a lot of work but you did an awesome job. I hope that i can be picked for this. THanks for the RAK and such a wonderful thing for you to do.
Great job! You are a great "book" maker as well as cards! :) Thanks for the chance to win!ReplyDelete
What a great cookbook! I have been trying to plan one for my DIL..this is a great way to do it! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
You are too cute! Love that recipe book. I just love it!!ReplyDelete
great job!!I've been thinking about a recipe book but----i might be bitting off more than i can handle. yours looks great!!thanks !! firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Wow! That is fantastic. It looks wonderful.ReplyDelete
Great cookbook! Now you are a scrapbooker too!ReplyDelete
I can see how much thought and work went into the planning and executing of this. WOW! Very impressive. It makes my recipe book look sad.ReplyDelete
This is very creative. I will be taking some time to make a cookbook in the near future. Thanks for sharing your creativitiy.ReplyDelete
Wow, this is awesome! Great work!!ReplyDelete
Wow, this is awesome! Great work!!ReplyDelete
What a great recipe book. Great job. Thanks for an opportunity to win the giveaway.ReplyDelete
what an awesome job Linda! Thanks for sharing. Gail gailheinecke at charter dot netReplyDelete
Wow! What a wonderful job you did. I'm thinking I might do this X 3 for my three kids for Christmas gifts. They are always asking me for certain recipes. What a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing.ReplyDelete
awesome recipe book! and what a wonderful giveaway too!! Happy monday!ReplyDelete
Great job on the book...you will cherish it. Worth the work. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
quilt4fun2 at hotmail.com
Thanks for the great ideas. My mother passed away 23 years ago and I have some of her recipes. This is a great way for me to cherish her recipes and also do one to give to my brother's family. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Wow Linda's book is wonderful! I just love each and every page! Thank you for sharing it with us!ReplyDelete
Love giveaways, put have never won. So pick meReplyDelete
Fabulous cookbook! Okie you are such a good friend to post these lovely pics for her!ReplyDelete
I know what I'll be doing to my recipes now! LOL! I love IT!ReplyDelete
Cute recipe book! Thanks for showing it off!ReplyDelete
I love the cookbook. Please pick me to win the giveaway, I will love to have Linda's recipe book.ReplyDelete
Wow! what a great project. Would love to be able to do something like that for our kids. Would love to win(as it is my Bday on 7th) LOLReplyDelete
Great job on the recipe book! It looks like it would make it more fun to cook! :)ReplyDelete
This book is fantastic and you are a FAB friend Okie!!!ReplyDelete
The recipe book turned out great! Looks like it might make cooking more fun too! :)ReplyDelete
She did a great job on the recipe book. This would make a great gift idea for my kids to pass on older family recipes. Also, great job on the pictures. Thank you both very much for sharing.ReplyDelete
sthquilter at gmail dot com
Wow... I would have had smoke coming out of my ears too!! You did an amazing job Linda.ReplyDelete
Wow Linda - that is quite a book! Very inspirational. Okie you are so nice to share your blog. Thanks for the chance to win.ReplyDelete
Thank you for posting - err arranging to have it posted.ReplyDelete
I think I can do something like this - I have From My Kitchen and the DCWV paper used.
TFS and for the giveaway.
OMG! That is truly an awesome project! I am totally amazed at how wonderful it is! TFS!ReplyDelete
You did a great job, Linda! And Okie, you are such a nice friend to do this - even if you lied to your friend. :)ReplyDelete
Very eclectic and full of variety. Surely your family will treasure it for many years to come. Have a great day!ReplyDelete
Wow, I just love the cookbook. I have been wanting to start one for my boys. This really makes me want to get started right away. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love making recipe books. Made one for each of my daughters and gave it to them for Christmas. I knew I had done the right thing when they said it was probably the best present they had ever gotten. You did a great job.ReplyDelete
Your cookbook is awesome.I love all the detail.Great job.ReplyDelete
Wow! I love this recipe book! I love all the details! I have been wanting to do something like this for my Mama (I don't cook, unless hot dogs and sandwiches count). Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
How clever! I was mulling over the idea of a recipe book but never envisioned something this fabulous! TFSReplyDelete