Saturday, January 5, 2008

Recipe Swaps are new to me!



I think I've only participated in one other recipe swap, but I'm going to re-think this now. I joined a swap for Cream Cheese Recipes at The Stamp Shack and this is my recipe for a Cream Cheese Poundcake. It's being hosted by Christie and I have really enjoyed putting this together. Plus, now that I've got a Bind-It-All arriving soon, I'll be able to make great recipe books for my family. The kids call frequently asking how do I make this or that. Yea, maybe a book of things I used to make that they really enjoyed will be just the perfect gift.

Well, it's a very short post today. I'm off to do some grocery shopping in a little while and I always spend way too much money. I go for a few things and come home with bags and bags of groceries. I bet you all do, as well. I remember the days when going shopping on a Saturday afternoon, with all four children, was our weekly outing! That was fun, especially when there were free samples and they would eat them all up and then, with all the fresh groceries, I wouldn't have to make lunch that day. Well, that was a quick trip down Memory Lane. See you tomorrow.

9 comments:

Heather Grow said...

I love your recipe card, Barb. I'm so glad that I'm in the swap too. I make dozens of recipe cards every month. It is super fun to share favorites with friends. Have a great weekend.

Shannon McGann said...

Now that is a great idea for a recipe swap! Anything with cream cheese is sure to be delicious! Your recipe card looks fantastic!

Jami Speidel said...

Your card looks great and so does that cake! Mmmm! I might have to "case" your recipie! ;)

Lisa's Blessed A Latte said...

Love it!!!! Looks like you have been making these for years....Love it!!!

Lesa said...

Great recipe card - like the vintage girl image. Index punch was a perfect touch.

Jessica Lynn said...

How cute is that!! I just love, Barb you do such a great job!!

Jessica Lynn
(Did you get the Dragon stamps?)

Tami Bayer said...

It's a beautiful retro recipe card. Love the whole composition, plus the cake sounds so decadent.

I have thoughts of binding a recipe book with my BIA, too.

A Full House said...

I have three cards I made this weekend using SU, for Bingo.

http://cardssweetcards.blogspot.com/
Two are the crisscross cards and one is a birthday card.

wanda box said...

here is another card for a Bingo number. Thanks for all that you do. I have been enjoying your site.
http://ucanstampit.blogspot.com/