Friday, April 23, 2010

retro kitchen tags book

I had made these blender tags for Elizabeth's Retro Kitchen Tag Swap.

I got my book and would like to share each "tag" with you.

Elizabeth also posted a picture of all of the tags here on her blog. Elizabeth, our hostess, made these mixers:
The recipe in the back is Bow Tie Pasta Dish.

Viv at Viv Out on a Whim made these tea pots:
The recipe in the back is Vivian's Favorite Fluffy Stuff.

Julie at A Vintage Chic made these salt and pepper shakers:
The recipe in the back is Best Chocolate Chip Cookies. 

Christine at The Tin Can Cottage made these measuring cups with measuring spoons:
The recipe on the back is Mom's Best Corn Casserole. 

Stevie at My Art Canvas made these toasters:
The recipe on the back is Farfalle Pasta. 

Lisa at Always Home made these aprons:
The recipe on the back is Mock Coconut Cream Pie.

Paula at Palace of Altered Art made these stove tags:
You can see more details of the tags/recipe here.

Sandy at 521 Lake Street made these colorful mixing bowls:
The recipe on the back is Glorified Rice. 

Betty at She's Sew Pretty made these sifters:
The recipe on the back is Mary Engelbreit's Chocolate Crackles.

(You have to go look to see a detailed picture of the back of Betty's sifter. There's this darling polymer clay cookie cutter that Betty made. Here's a link to a picture of the back).

Joyce at Scrap for Joy made these refrigerators:
The recipe on the back is Jezebel Sauce. 

Meri at ImagiMeri's made these shabby canisters:
The recipe on the back is 14 Carrot Cake. 

Elizabeth posted about my blender tags here and here.
I was commissioned to make another blender tag, and although I didn't have the same patterned paper anymore, I came up with this:

8 comments:

  1. I just find all of these 'kitchen appliance' Tags completely adorable! so creative and colourful!!!!

    that was fun!

    ciao bella
    creative carmelina

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  2. I am blown away. Where can I find the details on what you ladies are doing. The tags all appear to have the same line of paper? Do you get together and create one project?

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  3. I am becoming a new follower. I am sorry I have not found your blog before now. I have similar interests as you and I have two creative blogs. one is dedicated to only paper crafts and scrapbooking. I am looking for someone to swap with on both of my blogs. Come check out my swaps at askmichelesomethingspecial.blogspot.com
    and askmichelespecialpaperprojects.blogspot.com
    I sure love your tags, and other projects. I just might sign up for the pocket exchange.

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  4. What FUN!!! All these tags are awesome and what a delightful way to add to a recipe collection. Loved each and every one. :) Theresa

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  5. Thanks for sharing. They are all just so adorable!!

    Ruth ;)

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  6. WOW! What an amazing collection! I am not a retro chick at all and I love everything! And your blender tags are to die for Jessica! Fabby inspiration this morning :~)

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