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Etsy Round-Up: Recipe Cards

November 2, 2009

Hey guys, Christa here, I am copping out and doing a post on cute recipe cards because I haven’t baked or cooked anything interesting in a while. 

Recipe cards can be so, what’s the word, boring!  I want my cards to reflect my personality, which means I need some sassy cards!  I love that Etsy has a plethera of cards to choose from, so let’s dive right in and look at my favorites:

Wild Olive:


Wild Olive has some cards in the cartoony kawaii style.  My only negative comment is that there appears to be a bowl of mush that is frowning.  I first thought, oh well that’s for a recipe you don’t like like brussell sprouts and pea casserole, and then quickly realized, why would you write down a recipe you despise? Other than that, it’s a cute choice! $5.50 for 3×5 PDF

VO Handmade:


I love the personalized option from VO Handmade!  She even lets you choose your own colors, which is great, and I like the extra long look assuming that you can easily fold it so it fits nicely into a traditional recipe box.  $12 for a PDF.

Not Moira:



Not Moria also has one that reads “Break Out the Fat Pants” and while I love the sarcastic titles, I have to say my eye craves something a little more graphically appealing. Check out the shop for other sarcastic items including greeting cards. $5.50 set of 10 5.5×4

Whisker Graphics:


I am really digging the slightly punched up pastel birds here by Whisker Graphics.  I’d like to see a little more room for writing things down, as I already forsee some of my ingredient lists spanning the length of the front.  I think they offer a downloadable 8.5×11 option.  $10 printable PDF

Daily Sip:


Daily Sip has a great card!  Everything is there from choosing what course to cooking time.  The daisies are also super cute.  $10.50 downloadable PDF

Well, that just about does it!  Where did you find your recipe cards?  Are they modern or old school?

2 Comments leave one →
  1. B-Swizzle permalink
    November 2, 2009 7:14 pm

    I think that the frowning soup bowl is for a recipe that you make when you are sick. Like home made chicken soup! Turn that frown upside-down!

    • Christa permalink
      November 2, 2009 7:34 pm

      An excellent point B-swizzle!

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