So, like I mentioned a few days ago, little Miss Nichol had asked me to make some kind of recipe thing-a-ma-bob . . . like a year ago. I know, I’m a little behind. ;) After she sent me her darling recipe album, an idea for some recipe cards popped in my head and I just had to roll with it.
Which brings me to today’s kit:
Now, the real beauty of this kit is that it is totally customizable! As you can see from the composite photo, you get 5 backgrounds, 2 different insets, and 4 label styles. Plus, you get them for three different sizes! They come in 5×7, 4×6 and 3×4. The 3×4 is a really great piece to use in your Project Life too!
And not only can you pick the style of the item you’re using, but you can change them to your own color scheme . . . without having to use Photoshop or Elements! Of course, I did provide layered PSD files for it as well and it’s suuuuuper easy to use in there!
And another fun idea is to move the tab along the top and color code corresponding to whether it’s a dessert, a soup, a main dish, etc.
Now, if you’re just a-wonderin’ how to use all those goodies and change them to the color you want and all that fun stuff, I’ve got some videos you can watch! I’ve separated them into three different categories: using DXFs in the standard Studio edition, using SVGs in the Designer Edition, and using layered PSDs in Photoshop or Elements.
So without further ado…here’s they are.
Using DXF Files in the Standard Silhouette Studio: Part 1
Using DXF Files in the Standard Silhouette Studio: Part 2
Using SVG Files in the Designer Edition
Using Layered PSD files in Photoshop/Elements