Wednesday, January 13, 2010

My Secret Recipes

Ok - are you ready for this explanation!?!?!

I made this long tall recipe book for 5 challenges today!
I used 1) this week's SCS sketch 2) this week's SCS colors, 3) Mudder's Tea Pot Challenge, 4) an old challenge from last Oct's World Card Making Day to make something with dimension - and 5) this week's Doubledog Dare challenge from Itsapassion (Anne) to use 4 challenges on your card/project!
For this week's teapot party we're in my neck of the USA woods (Hampton Falls, NH) at an apple orchard and we're trying to solve the crime of a worm getting squished in an apple - I know it's weird but that's what all Tuesdays are with da Mudder! (plus everything's pretty frozen up there right now too! - but in make believe anything's possible right?!)
So anyway - This is my SECRET recipe book (wink, wink) you can see the heavy security of it with the heart lock and the ribbon knotted tightly shut - and I think there are some clues to who's the bad apple inside - we can all take a gander when we gather in the orchard! (as you can see - the first page is written in invisible ink! LOL!!)
All the stamps on this are from Waltzingmouse Stamps Please see the links to the sets below.
....and you are welcome to join along with the Doubledog Dare Challenge to use 4 challenges on your card - can you handle it??? put DDC in your keywords on Split Coast if you can!!!
Stamps: Waltzingmouse: Little Box Labels, Very Vintage Labels No 4, Peace & Plenty
Paper: Elegant Eggplant - SU, Dark Chocolate - PTI, DP Bitty Box Basics - PTI, Sabrina - Making Memories
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Copics - E33, N2, glitter - SU, Quickee Glue Stick, Ribbon - PTI, foam dimensionals, white lined notepad & cover template - PTI

8 comments:

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

What a really fun project Julia!! I love this!! HUGS

Joanne (jojot) said...

totally clever

Sharli said...

Quick, some lemon juice and a candle!

LOL - you are too funny! Love the secret recipe book!

Lynn Mercurio said...

A true work of creative genius!

Velta said...

Very Inventive Julia!!!! this would make a great gift!

Tammy Hershberger said...

What a sweet design! I agree... this would be such a nice gift!

Belinda said...

What a great gift idea! So clever!

Joan Ervin said...

This is really cute, Julia and perfect for a secret recipe...you even used invisable ink...WOW!!!! Fun and fabulous, gf!!!