October 20, 2011

7 Delectably Deadly Sins Mini Book

Hey there. Not sure if you had a chance to take a look at my mini book on the Clearsnap blog (you can view it and the video tutorial here), but I thought maybe today was a good day to share the recipes within. It's cooling down quite a bit here and a bit of baking in a warm oven is just the thing to warm up the house.

The background consists of homemade fabric paper, stamped with our Colorbox Queue Cat's Eye Chalk Inks as well as our Rollagraph stamp wheels, Molding Mats and some other stamps too. I then added a little Smooch Spritz and pinned the photo and recipe to the page with a mini clothes pin for easy removal when cooking. The whole book is 3" x 4" and 1 1/2" thick, so pretty small and easy to store.

SLOTH: Lazy Day Cake
LUST: Aphroditie's Chocolate Croissants (I made this one up but its easy - spread nutella and honey on refrigerated croissants, roll up and bake for time listed on package - yum!!)
GREED: Devil's Food Cookies
ENVY: Green-Eyed Susans
GLUTTONY: Drunken Peach & Cherry Crisp
WRATH: Black Magic Cake
PRIDE: Bombshell Brownies

Clearsnap Supplies
Colorbox Cat's Eye Fluid Chalk Queue - Rose Petals, Misty Meadow, Chocolate & Blueberries
Smooch Spritz - Evergreen, Cashmere, Ice Rink, Candle Glow, Hollyberries, Log Cabin, Black Velvet
Molding Mat - Spots
Jumbo Rollagraph Stamp Wheel - Doodle, Wordwords, Butterfly Garden

Other Supplies
Stamps - Hero Arts, Prima Marketing, Kaiserkraft
Cardstock - Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper - My Mind's Eye
Foam Alpha Stickers - American Crafts
Utility fabric, cut to 12" x 12"
Iron-on Adhesive - HeatnBond by Therm-o-web
Fabric chalk
Pinking Shears - Fiskars
Sanding Block - Making Memories
Crop O Dile - We R Memory Keepers
XL Grommets
1 1/2" binding ring - 7 Gypsies
Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio and Bubble Caps - Stars
Mini clothespins - Darice
Heat Gun - Darice
Ribbon and thread scraps

Happy Thursday!


Monika Wright said...

really just so incredibly awesome!

Emily said...

Wow... this totally rocks!!! I love it!

Laurie! said...

This looks really cool and delicious!