February 27, 2011

Angel Food Cake Sauce Recipe Card

Hey guys, thank you for the nice comments on my recipe cards. By lots of requests, here's the name of the fonts I used on my recipe card......

Scrip font=Becky Higgins and Typewriter font =Acoustic Light.

Happy Sunday friends. Hope you've had a wonderful weekend. Today I have another project to share from the February Papertrey release. I created a recipe card using Pine's new Tag-its #1 stamp set.
I stitched on my stamped circle and then layered it onto a doily die.
For most of my recipe cards I just grab little snippets and scraps from my little scrap basket. A little machine stitching and I've got a cute little recipe card. Enjoy!
This afternoon, my mom and I are heading to an auction. I've been missing them over the winter season. :)

18 comments:

Renee said...

Beautiful way to dress up a recipe card!
And is that your handwriting?
I can't really tell...
but if so...
why are you not writing fonts?
I'd buy it in a heartbeat!
And if it is a printed font...
can you share which one?

paula said...

Love this! What fonts did you use? It looks like the script is CK Becky and the print some kind of typewriter font maybe? So cute!

Nori said...

beautiful!

i'd LOVE to know what script font you used as well. gorgeous!!

Deborah said...

I love all of your creative work. It speaks to me! Thanks for sharing the beautiful recipe card. :)

Carolyn Mustopa said...

Gorgeous! I'd love to know what script font that is.

lisa westphal said...

This recipe card is one of my favorites I've seen you make...It is soooo pretty! -And I am going to try this recipe soon...my hubby eats 'frosting' on his angel food cake...which drives me nuts! :) Maybe I can sway his tastebuds with this! :) Thanks.
Have a great 'rest of you weekend' :)

Betsy said...

Haha, I was just about to comment and ask which fonts you used, but I see that several people already have! I would love it if you could share! I thought it might be CK Ali Edwards Hand but i tested it out and it looks different :)

Diana F. said...

I have missed your recipe cards. Thank you for the ongoing inspiration of taking recipes and working them into our cardmaking products.
I wanted to tell you I am so loving Button Boutique and the dies. Friday night I spent alot of time just cutting out the dies and stamping them (and so, so, so love the Bitty Background Blocks, I hope Nicole and hopefully you, do another series of more patterns with these blocks). Have a wonderful Sunday.

Rachel P said...

Awesomely beautiful! I, like many others here, am terribly curious about the beautiful fonts on this recipe card...do share! :)

Mandy said...

Such a beautiful recipe card Mish. Love all the detail.

take care,
Mandy

Michelle Craig said...

Lynn~
I would like to contact you through email with a question/request. Could you share an email address with me? Mine is mcraig@dist228.org.
Thank you.
Michelle Craig

Lucille said...

Gorgeous card, I love the color combo and how feminine and soft it looks, you never miss a detail!

Shirlann said...

Love the recipe card....but I'm waiting to see what treasures you found on your antique hunt!!! Share Plllleeease!

crazymom said...

Oh, I always ♥ your recipes. I have tried many of them and they are always a hit at my house! This recipe card is so pretty. Thanks for sharing.

Anne said...

I don't even like to cook and I'd love recipe cards like yours!! Such a fun little way to add artsy goodness to everyday happenings:)

Erin said...

This would so cool to do as a wedding shower gift! LOVE IT!!!!

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Ren said...

How nice beautiful Recipe Cards. Love the idea of giving guests recipe cards. Thanks for this post! very informative!

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