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Scrappin Zeta
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Scrappin Zeta

Wanted to make a lo of me teaching my 20 yo son how to cook. Any ideas regarding paper & embellies. Thanks for responding


 
kobe2256
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In response to Scrappin Zeta

I know it's not a new line but cosmo cricket early bird is one of my all time faves. As well as the great bright pp's the matching die cuts and stickers have lots of cooking and eating related pictures.


 
Here Kitty
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Here Kitty
In response to Scrappin Zeta

There is a TON of cooking stuff here, just search for "cook" in the store. Here is just a bit of it - I like the Creative Imaginations "Everyday Gourmet" for a boy's cooking lesson - nice colors
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irisheyes3
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In response to Here Kitty

I am a fan of Graphic45

http://store.scrapbook.com/gf-4500120.html


 
aquabunny
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aquabunny
In response to Here Kitty

Yeah, those Creative Imaginations ones are great, such bold colors!


 
Gelidy Gelato
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In response to Scrappin Zeta

not to highjack your thread but yesterday I got some index card recipes which may be ponder again...What is the better format for recipes... Books Vs Index cards.
when I need a recipe...Do I grab one of my books, the index card box, or the binder with the cut out recipes & mounted index cards?
decisions...decisions

Are you making your son a book? or index cards?


 
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