Saturday, January 7, 2012

Baking Day

Hi Guys!
Well to hop off the new term at Pumpkin Spice we are having a HOP!
The theme is:
Showing Our Style
I'm not sure how I would define "my style" (suggestions are welcome) but I guess you could say there's always (or very likely) certain elements you'll  find in my projects.
1) Pencils
2) Kraft
3) Stitching
4) Quiltlike paper assembly
5) Twine
6) Buttons or Brads
Of course in this work in progress you should also find recipes!

I am using papers by MME (Honeycake)
Images: Mo Manning and TLC
Twine in "Marachino" : Pumpkin Spice


The recipes up close. And they're pretty stinkin yummy too.
You gotta love quiche. The variations are endless!

And baked beans below:
Pssst) The first time I made my hubby Boston Baked Beans he just about threw up. It totally was NOT what he was expecting. Being English, he was used to tomato based beans, not sweet molasses beans. lol Over the last 18 years he's got a bit more used to them but I also have toned down the sugar a wee bit. Add more onions, herbs etc.
Ideally (if you're not worried about a stroke or anything) baked beans are best eaten with fried dough dripping with butter.
Ummmmmmmmm!!



I can't tell you how happy it made me coloring that pig. I was in "hog heaven." 
No one enjoys their food like a pig. Unless of course its my overweight orange tom cat. (The Incredible Bulk)
But look at him! Isn't it great?


So now its time to get hopping!
You should have come here from Lezley's blog. If you get lost head back to Pumpkin Spice and start again.
Now its time to hop on lover to lovely Courtney's  blog where I just know she'll have some awesome eye candy for you!


37 comments:

June Houck said...

Very pretty papers, Dorcas, and I love the twine :)

Dotty Jo said...

These are great! Jo x

Tine said...

Hi Dorcas. I have this portly porcine too. Sums a pig up perfectly & I think you have summed up your style pretty well too. This is becoming one fab recipe book.
Tine :)

Nina said...

Wow - love what you have done here :-)
:-) Nina

dj1952 said...

Dorcas, these are great pages. Your book is developing so nicely. It is beautiful. Hugs, dj

Tracy said...

Very cute!

Debbie said...

Each and every page of this book is fantastic...

Hugs
Debbie

Saundra said...

Great papers, Dorcas! I love your images! They are so fun! ~Hugs!

Carissa said...

Love your coloring technique with your images. So beautiful! And your recipies do sound yummy. Great job friend.

Anita said...

Gorgeous recipe pages Dorcas and those recipes do sound yummy!

Amy said...

Great idea for recipe cards! Love the images!
:)Amy
http://amyscraftingspace.blogspot.com

Ulina /Apricot Bubbles said...

This pig is too funny!! :-)

Carla S. said...

Fab additions to your recipe book, Dorcas! Great images and coloring! I'm really enjoying this work in progress!

SugarGem said...

Cute as can be.. Great coloring.

Kelly Schelske said...

You make me laugh!! Fab work Dorcas!

Vivi Martínez said...

Fantastic project. Love the images and "Quiltlike paper assembly"
from your style. Thenks for the inspiration!
Vivi

DIANA L. said...

Your characters are so stinkin' cute I love this idea and your coloring is super great recipe book I just love it.
DIANA L.
http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

Denine said...

Lovely Recipe book Dorcas.

Sherrie K. said...

LOVE your images:)Great job on the coloring! TFS!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

Court said...

what a lovely idea. Love those papers for a recipe book!

Pendra said...

Your recipe cards are beautiful, love those adorable images!
Crafty Hugs,
Pendra
pendrasplace.blogspot.com

Hazel said...

These are fantastic Dorcas - love them and will have to try your recipes.

Take care

Hazel x

Cheryl said...

This recipe book looks so gorgeous Dorcas , it's stunning. It makes me want to see it in real life , tfs.
Hugs Cheryl

lmkindell1 said...

Cute love it.
Linda
lmkindell1@verizon.net
lindashappyplace.blogspot.com

Trisha said...

Great job, Dorcas. So enjoyed reading your fun post. Great papers and love the stamps. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

Queenie said...

Oh my word Dorcas that is truly amazing..looove everything you have done!!
Hugs
Tracy
xxxx

Divinity said...

this cookbook looks too beautiful to have around the ingredients required! :p

ScrappyHappyMommy said...

What a neat idea. I may use this idea for next years Christmas gifts!

Michelle said...

I love your coloring! Such a pretty recipe book!!

Hugs,
Michelle

Linda said...

Oh my gosh thanks for the recipes and the wonderful project. I LOVE the pig and your coloring is amazing. Wonderful, Wonderful, Wonderful!

Tracy said...

LOL Oh my gosh I LOVE that pig! This little recipe book is going to be such a treasure. :-)
I don't know what I'd call your style, but you nabbed all the elements perfectly. And just so you know, if it ain't broke don't fix it. LOL Hugs!

tina said...

Love your beautiful recipe cards and all their details and colors. I must try these two recipes.

Tina
aurathentic@gmail.com

Kaz Bee said...

Love this project. the papers, colours and everything are just perfect and i think shows your style off to a tee! (typically English saying - LOL) I love your eye for colour and can't wait to try some Boston Beans - they sound delicious :)

Happy Days

Hugs

Kaz Bee x

Faye said...

I'd say this is totally your style! The papers are beautiful and I love the images. I especially like the colouring on the pig. You have the skin tone spot on. Faberoony. xxx

JustYolie said...

Wow!! What a fabulous recipe book!! Love the images and your coloring...love the stitching....love everything about it!! =)

marg0006 said...

Great job on the pig.
marg0006@verizon.net

hopefulcrafter said...

These are all very beautiful. thank you for sharing them with us.

Colleen

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