Of course, it was a match made in heaven. He he.
I chose a Lemon Blueberry Coffee Cake recipe for my Spring Recipe Card Swap.
My recipe cards~
I’m trying to use my extensive October Afternoon stash, so I ended up with two cards with small variations.
The blue card~
The white card~
I found a cute little coffee shop to use as my base and simply added a stamped shop name and open sign.
For some reason “you perk me up” reminded me of the coffee shop from the show Friends.
I then placed my lemon and blueberry heading into the meet for their date. Awww….
I know it’s silly, but that’s me.
If you try this recipe, let me know if you think it’s a true happily ever after for these two.
October Afternoon Assorted Papers, Metal iTop Gems, Simply Iconic Coffee Stamps
Love You A Latte for the Coffee Shop
Simply Charmed for the Lemon and Beach Ball turned into a Blueberry
Now whether it’s to eat or be eaten….
Shocking, I know.
I was asked to join in a year-long recipe swap with a group of extremely talented ladies from the Cricut Circle Message Board.
We’re making a recipe for each season, so for my Winter recipe I thought soup would be in order.
Firebird’s Chicken Tortilla Soup~
I used Kate’s Kitchen to print and cut my wallpaper and floor background and also my stove.
I printed additional patterns to use for my chicken from Noah’s ABC.
Now if I’m being honest, I’ve never made this myself.
But, I have enjoyed it many times while dining at Firebird’s. He he.
I also enjoyed the nine other recipe cards I received in turn.
And do you know not a single one of the ladies pointed out that I misspelled the word cheese right smack dab on the front on my recipe card?
Aren’t they sweet?
Kate’s Kitchen for all the Printed Paper, Background and Stove image
Noah’s ABC for the Chicken
Kraft Paper, DCWV Gems
Cricut Imagine and Cricut Mini