Thursday, September 1, 2011

Free vintage recipe cards for you!

I just love vintage recipe cards. They are fun to create with and decorate with too.  This one is just perfect for Fall.  Print it out on card stock and stick this in a flower frog or other photo holder. Maybe even add a black and white photo in front and use the recipe as a matte for the photo. Won't that be cute on your buffet or hutch?
This one should be fun for those of you who love anything Francais. lol  Recipe cards like this can be great for backgrounds in artwork, cards, decoupage, journal work....you name it. Have some fun.
Here's an idea - Take some coffee or tea stained lace and cheesecloth.  Layer it in small pieces on the recipe card.  Sew it on in a messy fashion. Leave the strings.  Add a favorite vintage image transferred to fabric on top. You can sew that on too. Suddenly you have a little piece of art. Hang her by a rusty safety pin or stand her up in a flower frog.  This is a great way to make ornaments for the tree.  Use pics of your family.

I hope you enjoy these.  I'll be sure to share the projects I create with these.  Thank you so much for your comments and follows. I enjoy connecting with you guys so much.  I'll be celebrating a year of blogging later this month.  Stay tuned for my giveaway! xoxo
vif187

32 comments:

  1. Thank you; these look great! Love your suggestions; how fun~

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  2. These are just wonderful! Thank you for sharing them! Love your blog and a new follower!

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  3. Thank You for sharing your recipes and the tips.

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  4. What great ideas! I was given several vintage recipe cards awhile back and wasn't sure how to use them!

    xxoo
    Marsha

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  5. This is so neat I love your ideas!! And I loveeeee your blog!!! I don't always get the time to comment but I always try to see what neat ideas you have thanks for sharing!! Sue

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  6. Love these. I'll be sure to to drop you a note with what I do with them and give you credit. Can't wait to start the ideas are bubbling in my head.

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  7. Brilliant idea. I can't wait to experiment with these recipe cards and some upcoming Halloween crafts.

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  8. Thanks for sharing the cards to use in mixed media. Njce blog.

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  9. Thank you, Vicki, these are really nice recipe cards.
    I can't wait to see what you come up with for uses.
    Warm Regards,
    Susan B., Western Ma

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  10. Vicki,
    Those are so cool, and what good ideas you have come up with as usual! Can't wait to see what you do with them!
    Rebecca

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  11. Awesome ideas!
    Those receipe cards remind me of my mothers.
    Prim Blessings
    Robin

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  12. Thanks a lot, Vicki! These are so great! I'm sure you will show us some fabulous creations with these.
    I think I have one too! :) Thanks again!
    Have a great weekend,
    Sonya

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  13. Vicki, I just read an article in the new Flea Market Style magazine where they had printed an old recipe on fabric and sewed it on a pot holder. I was thinking...where am I going to get an old recipe? I would love to do a holiday recipe on a holiday fabric, do you have any for fruitcake or something holidayish?

    Carol

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  14. These are stunning ideas! And THANK YOU for the cards, these are lovely and will definitely look great with vintagey decor! :D

    Hugs,

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  15. Vicki THANKYOU they are great- and saved -:)
    happy week-end dear friend.
    Hugs,Dorthe

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  16. Hi Vicki,
    Thanks for the recipe card images, I will definitely use them for something!! You had some great ideas. Have a wonderful weekend.
    Jane

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  17. The recipe for the French Chocolate looks so good, I almost want to see the back side for the rest of the recipe! ;) Happy crafting!

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  18. Great ideas that you are sharing.
    I love recipe cards, too.
    Have a great holiday weekend.
    Michele

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  19. Thanks for the recipe cards, Vicki! It's so nice of you to share them!!!

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  20. Thanks so much Vicki,
    I am planning a recipe book class and these will be fantastic to use.
    Keep smiling and creating

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  21. Fun cards and great ideas, as always, Vicki!! I have some recipes of my mom's that I'm thinking of stringing on a garland....but have to copy the recipes first!! ;o) Thanks for sharing your creative genius!! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

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  22. Oh I love these!! And I love the ideas for projects...thanks so much. Congrats on a year of blogging, that's awesome!
    ~Scalrett

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  23. Thank you for sharing these wonderful old recipe cards. Your ideas are fabulous and I look forward to seeing your creations. Safe Labor Holiday weekend...

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  24. Super cute! I just came across some recipes my Grandma wrote on index cards that I had stashed. Good idea to display them!
    xo, Amber

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  25. Vicki,
    Love your recipe cards. Wow, another lost art. Soon people will just look on the internet for all recipes & those wonderful family cookbooks with notes scribbled on the side & stains on the pages will end up in an antique mall. I cherish my Mothers little box & cook from it often.
    From your previous post with the oil cans. Darn, just had a humongous garage sale yesterday & sold 3 little ones for a buck a piece. (sound of my head hitting the wall repeatedly)
    Lisa

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  26. I love your recipe card projects, Vicki! Looking forward to seeing what you do with these! Hope you enjoy the holiday!

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  27. These are wonderful! Thanks for sharing! ♥

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  28. Hi Vicki, these are great! thanks for sharing them, I'm going to copy them and I'll be featuring this on VIF, tomorrow! xoxo Debra

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