Family Recipe Stand
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Family Recipe Stand

Use this family recipe stand to display a beautiful handmade calendar, your favorite recipes, or a fun photo! Created in less than an hour, this recipe stand is a beautiful piece of home decor you are sure to treasure!
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Material List

  • Scrapbook Page Holder*, 8"x8"
  • Scrapbook Paper, 12"x12"- Chipboard
  • Paper Pad, 8"x8"- Design(s) of Choice
  • Recollections™ Adhesive Borders- Design(s) of Choice
  • Woodsies® Spring Clothespins, Mini
  • Tim Holtz® Distress Ink Pad- Vintage Photo
  • Jolee's Boutique® Dimensional Stickers- Design of Choice
  • EK Success® Sticko® Stickers- Brush Stroke Black Script Alphabet or Design of Choice
  • Martha Stewart Crafts™ Craft Paint- Sky Blue
  • Foam Brush
  • Paper Trimmer
  • X-ACTO® Knife
  • Straight Edge
  • Crop-a-dile™
  • Pencil
  • Recollections™ Adhesive Runner, Permanent
  • Recollections™ Adhesive Tape, Permanent
  • *Also Available in 12"x12"
 

Project Instructions

Paint a miniature clothespin with Martha Stewart Crafts™ Sky Blue paint. Set aside to dry.

Use one of the page sleeves as a template and trace onto a chipboard sheet. Cut out with X-ACTO® knife and straight edge.

Choose a scrapbook paper from paper pad for the base of the page. Trim to same size as chipboard with adhesive tape.

Punch holes in top with Crop-a-dile™ to align for hanging from the page holder.

Trim a coordinating sheet to 2"x8" and attach across the top of base.

Add a scallop border, or any border of choice from the package, under the 2"x8" piece from Step 2. Attach to chipboard with adhesive tape.

Punch holes in top with Crop-a-dile™ to align for hanging from the page holder.

Trim a coordinating sheet to 2"x8" and attach across the top of base.

Add a scallop border, or any border of choice from package, under the 2"x8" piece from Step 2.

Add a second border near the bottom of the page.

Choose two simple papers from paper pad. Trim one 1/2' larger than recipe card and the other 1" larger than recipe card. Rub ink pad around the edges of each piece. Layer and attach to the center of the page.

Rub ink pad around the edges of entire page to add a distressed look. Set aside.

Trim a coordinating piece of scrapbook paper from paper pad to fit on top of clothespin. Attach to top of clothespin.

Rub ink pad around edges of clothespin and attach to the left of layers from Step 6, as shown.

Add stickers as desired.

Add a favorite recipe as a display, or use while cooking to hold recipe card, and hang from page holder.