Wednesday, May 12, 2021

May 2021 - Challenge #1

 Welcome to the first CKC challenge for May.We're pleased to have you here and hope you're ready to use the kit you've created.

Here's a reminder of the Eat, Play, Love kit.

There was a focus on the 1950s and cooking so...

Challenge #1

Scrapbook an OLD recipe. Perhaps you have one handed down from mother or grandmother or further back than that. Use those cookery items you added to your kit to scrap it. You could tell a little about the original person on your layout or perhaps even add a small photo of them.

Kyla, our guest designer came up with this layout and recipe. It sounds delicious!

Master Forger Tara created a two page layout for this challenge. Unfortunately, she doesn't have old recipes to scrapbook. However, she did have photos printed of a field trip that her children took as part of a Homeschool Co-op to a Historic Village and Farm in Georgia. One of the classes that the kids took was located at the doctor's house in the village. His assistant helped them make an old recipe of a poultice for chest congestion made from turpentine and some herbs from the doctor's garden. 

Master Forger Cindy
created a layout about an old cook book her grandma gave her.

Master forger Tracey created this lovely layout inspired by her daughters who wanted to nake ANZAC biscuits on ANZAC Day. Such a lovely way to spend the day after Dawn Service, a day talking to her girls about why this day is so special. This months kit was perfect for the photos.

Master forger Julene
 I created this page using a Jenny Bowlin die cut paper, plus a long journal block.The doiley and patty pan top left allude to cooking as well.
I wrote out Mum's recipe, or it might even have been my Nanna's recipe-I'm not quite sure.

Master Forger Leslie just tried a new (but tried & true) recipe!

 Thank you for visiting and hope we have inspired you to do a recipe page too!

Enjoy scrapping , that's the main thing.


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