Monday, November 9, 2009

Recipe Challenge Monday

Hello, and welcome!! It's late in the day, and I'm just now getting my post up for today. I've been busy, busy, busy with cards and creations, and the blog post had to wait until I was caught up. Well, here I am... All caught up!! Today we are challenged to share a recipe page that is calorie conscious. With the holiday season headed our way, it's a good time to look for small ways to trim down the calories, and this yummy pie would do just that.
I used some of my fabulous kitchen themed papers from Scrapbook Store At Your Door for the background of the apple. I would have like to had the seeds a little closer to the center of the apple, but it didn't work out with my recipe layout. Oh well... you get the idea. The apple was made by cutting circles from the desired color card stock, and various punches for the edges and seeds. Specifically, heart punches were used for the seeds and the blossom end of the apple, and the SU tab punch was used for the top by the stem. The stem was simply cut freehand. Pretty quick and easy, and I like having one of those once in a while.
Thanks for stopping by today, and I wish you a glorious evening! May God bless and keep you and yours!
Love Ya!


Lisa B said...

How cute is this??????? Love it love it love it...Great recipes and card ideas in one package. Who could ask for more.

Do you have a category that shows all of your recipe challenges that I can click on and salivate????

MiamiKel said...

Oh how sweet it is! What a lovely card, with this cute lil apple and seeds! The recipe sound delish - sugarless and still sweet and yummy! Beauiful job!

Jessie said...

I love the apple, what a cool idea!

Anonymous said...

With a recipe card like this, I just might be inspired to cook more! :)

Great job!!

Sheila said...

How creative using all of the different punches to create this. It turned out so cute and the recipe sounds delicious.

Dawn B. said...

This is adorable.. I Love the way you created the apple with the seeds.. Sounds like a yummy recipe.. You always find the best ones. TFS

kathleenh said...

I love how you made the recipe in the shape of an apple! So clever!