Do you write or type out your recipes? Like to give them as gifts? Set them out on a stand like Martha Stewart while you are creating your masterpiece? You never know when someone will stop by in the middle of your preparation, and admire your kitchen recipe decor.
HP (Hewlett-Packard) is here to help you out. Each project, uses their software backgrounds, your words and photos. Adding a photo is not required. Some projects high lighted are: Fall Inspired Recipe Cards; Autumn Word Scramble (use view to enlarge and check it out); Family Newsletter (not really a Fall theme); and, Creative Studio for the Home to see ALL of their choices. You can sort by Project Type, Project By Brand, Themes and Occasions and Tips, Learn & Share.
I tried out the Fall recipe card. Really simple, since I already had this recipe in a word doc. I just used cut-n-paste, easy-peasy. And since I did not have a tempting aromatic cup of cocoa to enjoy a photo shoot with, I relied on Google and found a photo here. Mine would have looked just as tempting -don't you think?
I think the Fall colors go perfectly with a steaming cup of Mexican Hot Cocoa... Yum!
Tell me about your creations, what did you come up with? To see my other HP projects go HERE.
I should have known......... As a kid, my favorite magazine was Architectural
Digest :) Doing something creative everyday is almost as good as chocolate! Right now, I am mostly paper crafting (cards, notebooks, scrapbooking), and I'm beginning to experiment with polymer clay -still working on getting the baking process just right!..... I live in the Northwest with my fabulous husband, 2 fantastic boys, a pug, a chihuahua, and a cat.
Spring cleaning? Have extra stamping supplies for card making? This is a place to send them. This group makes cards, giving emotional support and encouragement to people with brain cancer; inviting anyone to the program.