If you love to cook and can’t live without it, you probably have many recipes to choose from. If you don’t want to just keep them on your computer, you can print them old-school or write them on recipe cards to share with your friends. To make this idea a reality, I’m sharing some DIY recipe cards with free printables – just choose the design you like and make it!
Bring back the nostalgia of the days before the internet with these free printable recipe cards! To save your favorite recipes or to customize and give away to friends and family. The great thing about being able to enter your own recipe is that you can print out as many copies as you need, so you don’t have to spend an hour writing 5 copies of this sought-after cookie recipe that all of your friends are asking for For.
In this tutorial, not only will you get a simple and cute free printable version of a recipe card, but also information on laminating to get your favorite recipes for yours. You can design your own recipe card with your family’s recipes, laminate individual cards especially for you to preserve, or just download the author’s favorite recipes!
If you give away baked goods, a recipe card is the perfect addition to your delicacies! Another great gift idea would be to print out a whole bunch of cards with your favorite recipes and display them all in a recipe box!
It’s that easy! Just download the recipe cards and print them out. You can just hang it on the wall, a cabinet door, or anywhere you feel most handy during the cooking time.
Yoshi’s Cookie has long been a favorite game of this author. These printable cards contain five cookies based on the designs in the game. Bake them all!
Here you will find minimalist recipe cards that you can personalize as you wish. The good thing is that they are a standard size so you can easily put them in your recipe box. You can of course personalize this by adding different details where you want.
On the day before the Internet, recipe cards in all colors, sizes and handwritings filled our family recipe folder. Some were legible while others were filled with scribbled text from family and friends. Although this folder still contains some of those ancient fonts, it now also contains a variety of Arial 12pt computer-printed recipes. Print out these cute cards and fill them in – write on the computer or with a pen!
These cool and convenient recipe cards in red also have matching gift tags, making it a great gift for anyone you love. And of course you should definitely do something for yourself, get inspiration!
These simple and cute cards are made in calm shades of yellow and blue with envelopes. In fact, if you want food photos for example, you can replace the covers with others. The cards are pretty simple and will help you memorize all of the recipes you love.
These botanically-inspired recipe cards look more vintage-inspired, with flowers, leaves and twigs printed. You can change the colors if you’d like or leave them as they are.
Easter is just around the corner and if you have kids you need to take that into account. Prepare decor, treats and of course Easter games for your children. I want to share some DIY Easter games that are suitable for kids and play with them to enjoy the holiday. In addition, there are instructions on how to play them all. Let's look at some ideas.
The first project is dedicated to a fun board game for Easter. There are rabbits and chicks, as well as carrots and eggs, all made of clay. The game requires strategic thinking, but for the most part excellent skills in throwing the dice, also known as luck. And as it turns out, not everyone has such remarkable talent.
Here is a fun and colorful poke-a-bunny game idea. This game is a fun activity for kids in school, at home, in daycare, indoors or outdoors. The idea is to take a couple of plastic cups and cover them with paper while a couple of bunnies are hidden in them. Let your kids guess and find where they can be!
Enjoy the fun of playing the Easter Bunny Beanbag Throw! Make a cool cardboard phase with big holes and a few felt carrots to play the game. The craft is pretty simple: making a cardboard phase is easy, and carrots don't require much sewing either. Do it quick and enjoy!
Tic Tac Toe board game is a popular and traditional thing to rock. Do it for Easter! For this vacation you can go polymer clay bunnies and chicks as parts of the game. Take a wooden board and paint it to create a colorful board for the game.
Do you have a lot of plastic eggs left from earlier Easter? Then grab them and grab some plastic bottles too. Make a cool plastic egg throwing game for the coming Easter and let your kids have a lot of fun with it! The idea is pretty simple and doesn't take much time to materialize.
Here's a snap for preschoolers for Easter. It's about feeding the rabbit. You have to make some cards with carrots and a bunny in a paper bag, then your kids will feel the bunny as much as they want! You have to figure out how to open the bunny's mouth, but that's not difficult.
This is a fun paper game that is suitable for everyone. Print out the game board and hand out candy, pieces of cereal, pretzel bites and anything else you want. The person then comes back into the room and takes one square at a time to eat the candy. When he or she selects the "peep" everyone yells "don't eat the peep!" Continue until it is everyone's turn. Have one person leave the room while the other players arrange the food on the board. One piece in every square.
If your kids love to draw, this tutorial is exactly what they need! You have to draw rabbit faces and then each player takes turns rolling the dice. How to play it Start rolling to decide what type of rabbit cheeks to draw. Once everyone has pulled their cheeks, roll again to decide which face, then nose, and so on until you have a completely silly bunny face.
If you have an outdoor space, be sure to inspire your kids to go there and make an egg pop! Put something tasty in each plastic egg, cover the eggs so they remind you of candy, and hang them on the tree. All of the kids, not just yours but the neighbors as well, will come to your outside area to catch these candies!
Here is an indoor game for the youngest children. Let your kids do it themselves! The idea is to cut out some colored paper squares and attach them to each other and to the floor. Let your kids hippie jump into the places and have fun!
Go outside and play this easy and fun kid game! You need to sew a colorful parachute for the eggs and find or buy some plastic eggs. The empty plastic eggs are super light so they pop up and fly in the air easily. If it's a little windy outside, it helps the parachute get great movement. Enjoy!
This game lasts 1 minute because all you have to do is print out some sheets of paper and get some brightly colored plastic eggs, that's it! All but one of these eggs are filled with goodies. Read the tutorial to understand why.
Here's another fun Easter toss game idea. You need to make a large cardboard phase with your mouth open and some felt carrots to feed the animal. Read how to create all parts of the game and have fun with your kids - outdoors or indoors.
This game is very developed and great for preschoolers. Take lots of colorful plastic eggs and write different letters on them. Write different letters on different halves and let your children make different words on their own. Read the tutorial to get an idea of such words and letters.