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Clip-Art Craft: Recipe Cards




Some of your best recipes may be the ones someone has shared with you over the years. Why not return the favor with a special gift? Copy a handful of your favorites -- a friend's strawberry pie, your sister's Sunday night roast chicken -- onto these charming, artful recipe cards.



  1. Step 1

    Download and print our recipe cards onto an 8 1/2-by-11-inch piece of heavy card stock (or make copies of just your favorite card). Cut out each of the sturdy 3-by-5-inch cards -- they're just the right size for a recipe box.

  2. Step 2

    Tie the recipe cards together with ribbon. Bundled with a few blank ones for the recipient to fill in, plus a pie plate, a pie server, and a pastry cutter, they make a delicious gift.

Martha Stewart Living, May 2004



Reviews (2)

  • terivanhecke 20 Dec, 2008

    I collect recipes and store them on my computer - then, when I want to give the recipes as a gift I print the ones I want, cut them w/ scissors from scrapbooking, attach to card stock w/ double sided tape and I'm ready to wrap. I gave a set to a friend who was graduating from college. He hadn't done alot of cooking and really appreciated the set - even included a recipe his mother had given me.

  • gardenady 8 May, 2008

    I'm attending a wedding Sat and am giving the bride a set of recipes that have been my family's favorites and not-so-favorites over the years. I found some in my recipe box in my mother's perfect Palmer Method script. I hadn't opened my box in years and it brought back flood of wonderful memories of her.