Welcome to the Club Scrap March Blog Hop
with the 50s Kitchen kit.
Hope you arrived here from
and seen her wonderful ideas.
Here is my project. I have come up with a recipe wreath.
And this is how I made it:
First I started with making the circle out of
part of a pizza box.I used the size of a dinner plate.
and a bowl for the inner circle.
Cut out the circle with a scissor.
Then I took a 12 x 12 inch piece of paper from the kit
and stamped a large stamp in the different colors from the kit:
ash, carnation,ocean and sandstone.
This is the result. Again i put the dinner plate on top,
and traced it to cut out a circle.
Around the circle I added red and blue ink.
Glue the paper to the circle and turn it over.
You see my drawing inside the smaller circle
to make a nice cut before glueing it.
After glueing it looks likethis.
I stapled the ribbon to the circle with 2 staples.
You won't see them anymore after glueing the pegs on top.
I used 15 pegs on the circle. From one of the decorated
papers I cut strips to cover the pegs. Alsoadded some ink
after the strips were glued.
I devided the pegs evenly around the background
and used Club Scrap bookbinding glue to add
tese pegs to the circle.
I found an old black and white picture of me in
my parents kitchen en used this to decorate the
inner circle of the wreath in combination with
some unmounted stamps that come with this kit.
Here you see a close up of the recipe cards.
These are 6 x 3 inch and folded in half making a 3 x 3 inch
card. This way there is more room to write also inside the card.
As I just made it,I haven't added any recipes yet.
I gave it a place on the wall of my kitchen and
for sure will add some of my favourite recipes.
This way they are easy to find.
Now on to more ideas of this wonderful 50s Kitchen kit.
The next blog is
and I am curious what she will have for you.
I fyou happen to loose your way in this blog hop,
you can always go back to the
,where you find all the 23 participants.
A lot of inspiration!!
Thank you for looking.
Have a creative day!