Saturday, February 13, 2016

A Wee Irish Recipe and Fun RRR Blog Hop!

Featured Photo at The Outlawz

Coffee of the Day - Irish Creme, of course!

Welcome to my stop on the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog Hop! everyone is featuring projects using this month's ribbons from the new monthly club kit. as a lover of all things green, this collection really made my heart go pitter pat! ;)

if you are following along on the hop, you should have come here by way of GINNY's amazing blog. should you ever lose your way, you can always head back over to the RRR blog for the complete list. plus you'll want to stop there at the end to have a chance to win your own ribbon club kit! :)

when the photo of the new ribbons for this month were posted, I made the comment to the rest of the Design Team that the pic made me hungry for the white cheddar and bacon scones that I fix for my family every St. Patrick's Day. the other ladies commented how yummy the scones sounded. I must say that they really are VERY tasty! I promised to share the recipe, so decided it would be fun to create a recipe card as my contribution to the blog hop.

I'm showing both the front of the card and the inside, which is where the recipe is posted. not sure yet just who is going to receive this goody in the mail. maybe YOU?!?! :)

there is a typo in the recipe - in the 2nd paragraph 2nd sentence, it should read that the large rounds should be about 1 inch thick, NOT 2 inches thick. sorry about that.

the adorable little bingo images come from the St. Patrick's Bingo Collage digital file found at Polly's Paper Studio. you might remember that I had made 2 cards with this collection earlier.

papers are from the Authentique Treasure collection, flowers are by Wild Orchid Crafts - chrysanthemums, lilies, and open roses, and a gold spiral stamen. some frantage embossing powder was added to the cards for a bit of shabby fun. vintage buttons, gold doilies, and a retro shamrock applique complete the project.

thanks so much for stopping by! now head over to AMBER's blog for something spectacular to inspire you! :) be sure you leave her a comment and tell her hello!

Outlawz Tues Color - green + 2 others and twist (yellow, brown, and white from photo. twist is flowers from pic)
L'il Patch of Crafty Friends - anything goes
Scrappy Hands - bingo elements
Ribbon Girls - anything goes card with ribbon
Polkadoodles - Lucky Green
Crafty Girls Creations - anything goes
Southern Girls - anything goes


Eemeli said...

Very nice. Love those buttons! Beautiful overall.


Bunny said...

Wow! What a nice recipe card. I'd like to try one of those scones. Lovely BINGO cards. The ribbons are so pretty.

Bonnie Garby said...

What a beautiful recipe card and I'm so happy you shared the recipe too! I might have to give it a whirl.

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

What a gorgeous and clever way to share a recipe! The top o the mornin' to you, my dear! This is fantastic!

Julye said...

Fab project and love that dark green ribbon such a rich colour, thanks for sharing.

Gail said...

Lovely creations - nice recipe - wonderful job on this creation TFS and for the hop

Anita said...

Love your card and what a cool way to add a recipe. Enjoy!

Chris said...


Gloria Stengel said...

What a great project. I love all the vintage touches!

Leslie said...

What an absolutely adorable way to showcase your yummy-sounding scone recipe! Thanks so much for sharing it... think I might just have to try it! Great job on the tags!

Denise Bryant said...

The scones sound delicious! Beautiful project!

Judy said...

Great idea, using the challenge to create a handmade recipe card with one of your favorite recipes. Thanks for sharing with us.

Sue D said...

Fun way to give a recipe--the scones sound yummy.

Jill said...

What a beautiful card, and I love how you put the recipe for your scones in them. thanks for sharing.

nattyboots said...

Lovely card such a nice idea )

Sherry Butcher said...

Sweet and cute, Thanks for sharing.

Nancy Hill said...

Beautiful tags and the green ribbons. Very sweet and cute!

Chris said...

Lovely project and great idea! The scones sound delicious, will have to try this recipe! Thanks for playing along with the Southern Giirls.

Deborah said...

How thoughtful of you to share your recipe and to put it on such a lovely card very clever!

Gina's Cards said...

Such a beautiful recipe card!! Thank you for joining us at the Ribbon Girl, good luck and I hope you will join us in the next challenge.
Gina xx

Chrissy said...

Fabulous project Jennifer and the recipe sounds delish..
Thank you so much for sharing with us at the Southern Girls challenge..


Karen Oliver said...

What a fabulous idea making a recipe card. Love your design and the scones sound divine. Thanks for joining us at Southern Girls.

Helen said...

Great card - thanks for sharing it with us at Lil Patch of Crafty Friends and we hope to see you again soon.

Helen x

Scrappy Scatty said...

lovely card Thank you for joining us at Polkadoodles xx