Thursday, November 6, 2014

From my Home to Yours...

The holidays are fast approaching and I am working on quite a few projects right now; my plan is to give homemade items to my family and close friends this year.  My family has not mapped out a plan yet for where we will celebrate but normally we take turns so that each one of us has an opportunity to host.  No matter WHERE we gather my "Cornbread Stuffing" is ALWAYS on the menu!!   My sisters have both asked in the past for the recipe I learned years ago so this year I've decided to incorporate the recipe into my design team project for The Cutting Cafe this 7th day of November!! 

For this project I used The House Shaped Card to create a greeting card for my sisters.....



I used a little dot of molding paste on the pointed end of a paint brush to create this brick look on the chimney.


Although the greeting is adhered flat to the card I did use pop dots on the window so it looks recessed and you can see I also added a little flower pot behind the vellum too!!

 

Here's a picture of the recipe card.  It will fit perfectly inside the greeting card and both will pop into a 5x7 envelope for mailing!! 


                                 They are perfect together!!


Thank you very much for stopping by today!!  Don't forget to check out the blog over at The Cutting Cafe; if you leave a comment you are automatically entered to win free files from the Cafe!!  Good luck!!

Until next time, Blessings and Craft Happiness!!

Chauntelle

7 comments:

Regina Easter said...

awe LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS....place card and all..you rock...send me some of your cornbread stuffing...lol

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

I love the shingles and polka dot house!

Lisa S. said...

Such a neat way to share a recipe. :) Love the design of your house!

Julie Odil said...

This is the perfect design to share your cornbread recipe. Brilliant!

Angeline Choo said...

CUTE!! Love the colors :D

Tina Goodwin said...

What a great way to share a recipe! Your house card is super cute. I love the papers and how you can see the plants through the window.

cmoch said...

How clever, love this idea.