Recipe cards are fun because they do not take place when you are cooking.
Nothing feels more caring than a written note in the digital age. If you looking to add a personal touch, you can bring a handwritten pack of your best recipes as an hostess gift.
Look no further and check out these 4 recipe card sets to do it in style. First, the DIY print project:
+ Ez of Creature Comforts designed yesterday a set of recipe cards with matching envelope seals. The best thing is that are free. Ez publishes her template design online for your own use.
+ Etsy seller wildolive sells at $5 her 16 3×5″ card designs as a pdf file. Her design has a whimsical touch.
Then, the paper versions:
+ If you need plenty, go for the pack of 20 Fork and Spoon Recipe Cards by WhiskerGraphics. I like the deep red color. This $8 set comes in a cellophane sleeve. Add a ribbon and a little charm to finish up the gift wrapping.
+ Each of the Bite me recipe card by TerriTaylorDesign is trimmed out by hand, making each card slightly unique. The set contains 12 ink jet printed off-white cards. As many Etsy’s products, the set comes wrapped with raffia. Price: $6 for pack of 12
At Home with kim valleeSeptember 12, 2008 at 18:37
I am so glad, one of my friend told me she bought the cards by wildolive.
NatashaSeptember 14, 2008 at 01:07
This would also be a great addition to a gift basket at Christmas time for friends or even included as a gift for a baby shower for the mom-to-be
ShannonSeptember 14, 2008 at 03:00
what a great idea for a hostess gift!
Nathalie RivardSeptember 23, 2008 at 15:54
I am Kim’s friend who bought the cards from Wildolive. I have to say that I am impressed. It will make a fun hostess gift. I intend, once I have recipes printed, to laminate them, punch a whole at the top left corner and put a ring to keep them together. Laminating them allow to print on regular paper and then you get a more sturdy card that can be used over and over again in the kitchen.