The class included either a small or large sized tin, six recipe (or card) dividers, seven cards, the Summer Picnic paper, and the Tart & Tangy stamp set (optional).
I took the photos before I added ribbon to my tin and sentiments to my cards. I plan to put some ribbon around the black handle of the recipe tin. The cards are all sentiment free, so people could use them as a blank set of cards or personalize them. I put out several sentiment sets and a container of random sentiments for class members to choose from.
Their final products turned out great! I can't wait for the next class.
Here's the tin, unembellished. The tin title choices were "Favorite Recipes," "Wonderful Recipes," or "Cards." The recipe divider cards were made with the From the Kitchen stamp set. I thought they turned out so cute!
I saw that there is a new Spellbinders Apron die cut available. As soon as I saw it, I thought it would be fun to create an apron card to go with this recipe tin, especially if it were being used as a gift. I used my Coluzzle to cut out the sides of the card in the shape of an apron. I saw another apron card on Splitcoast where someone had used the jumbo eyelets to attache the ribbon. I thought that was clever and used that idea here.
Edited to Add: This card does NOT use the apron diecut from Spellbinders. That's just what inspired the idea of an apron card. If you want to purchase the Spellbinders Apron die cut, you can buy it HERE. Sorry for the confusion!Here are the cards we made. I realized that I really prefer cards with sentiments, so I'll probably go back and add sentiments once my other class is over (that's not until late in August).
This was such a fun class. I think everyone enjoyed making their projects. I think these would make great gifts. One gal was even going to a wedding shower with a recipe/cooking theme the next day. How convenient is that?
Stamps: Tart & Tangy, From the Kitchen, Wonderful Favorites, Pure & Simple Alphabet Lower
To run the class more smoothly, I created a handout with cutting instructions (everyone had to cut their own patterned paper) and photos. It's probably not much use to most of you now, since you can't offer this class anymore (unless you're all stocked up on Summer Picnic paper), but if you'd like the handout, just email me (firstname.lastname@example.org), and I'd be happy to send it to you (it's a Word doc).