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.
If you are a fan of bright colors, if you enjoy a cheerful or very sophisticated and chic decor that is ready to use out of the box, orange and its shades can be a great choice for your home. Light shades of orange are amazing for creating bold spaces and burnt orange is amazing for a very sophisticated interior. Today I want to share some ideas to incorporate these colors into kitchen decor. Let yourself be inspired!
First, decide which shades of orange you're going to attract: bright orange, orange to yellow, burnt orange, or even terracotta. They can be incorporated into many decoration styles. You need to understand how much color you are using and what mood you are trying to create. Terracotta and burnt orange work well in sophisticated spaces, while bright orange will literally add a happy feel to any kitchen. Do you use your shade of orange on the walls or do you prefer orange cabinets? You can create very interesting combinations with top orange and lower contrasting colored cabinets or just carry a single bright orange kitchen island with orange chairs or pendant lights.
Orange is not a very compatible color, but you can find a lot of interesting combinations besides combining it with neutral and white or black. Orange and gray, orange and dark green, mustard or bright yellow, even eggplant, blue green, navy and graphite gray - all these combinations are going to be super chic! Consider the style of your kitchen before choosing a suitable color scheme, or go bold and wild and rock out different colors, including bright oranges. Check out the ideas below and get inspired!