Wednesday, March 14, 2012

A Fabulous Recipe Paperbag Mini

This is the most clever recipe album. I love it. I found this album in a store in Cupertino, California called Memories Live On. It was created by Michelle McDowell. Michelle did offer this album as a kit but they sold out. I am a lucky person who was able to purchase this finished project. The store has some great classes of all kinds; scrapbook pages, mini books, party favors, and cards. This album is 5-1/2" x 5-1/2" and is made from 3 kraft lunch bags. Lots of fun embellishments. The front has some fun stickers. The metal rings have a lot of fun ribbons. What is seen here is part of Lunch bag #1.

Open the page to reveal a slant pocket for the recipe card. A pocket on the right side holding a tag. The recipe card with the "breakfast" is a rub-on and is slipped into the lunch bag opening.
Flip over the page again to reveal another pocket. The right side is a photo mat with photo corners.

Lunch Bag #2: "Lunch" is a rub-on on the punched label pull out recipe card. A slanted pocket which holds a fun doilie and a Recipe tag. The right side is a pocket with an ingredient tag.
Another pocket with a recipe card. Right side is a photo mat
Lunch Bag #3: holds a "dinner" rub-on in the lunch bag opening. A photo mat is on this page with fun punched corners. The right side is a pocket with a "notes" tag.
Album back

Now isn't this a wonderful project? So have yourself a very happy crafty day................!!!!


::Belo Papel:: Festas Personalizadas said...

Amazing, so beautiful!

Deliene Alvarenga

Jennifer said...

Very nice album!!! I have always wondered how you can take a paper bag and turn it into that...

Thanks for sharing,

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Anonymous said...

Oh WOWZERS!!!! This is AWESOME!!!!

mani said...

Your design is really fabulous, its a creative idea had never seen before.
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eunice said...

BEAUTIFUL!!! You are so lucky to get ahold of this much going on and so much inspiration on each and every turn of a page! Who'd ever want to use it?

Tina said...

It´s really a wonderful project. And I like all these little somethings to open.