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June 06, 2007



Gorgeous gorgeous work! you're so very talented.. thanks for the inspiration.

p.s. hope it's okay that added your blog to my links on my blog. give me a holler if you would rather I not. thanks!


Okay, Ellen! It's been more than a week with no entry! You must have tons of new rubbah to share. 'Sup, girl?


How cute is that?


Oh I have that cookbook..will have to go check it out. Tons of good recipes in it! Fun card too.

GrammaStamper (Barb)

Great tip about using blender with the tip of the marker. I would never, in a million years, have thought of that, but I'm going to try it for sure. Also, the recipe contest sounds fab. thanks for great info.


What a fun recipe card. I love your tag and the use of the Spellbinders Dies.

Thanks for the inspiring me.


I always love to savor your 'coloring' style, Ellen. Every time, every image. This one is "yummy", of course!


Debbie Olson

Gorgeous, Ellen! AMAZING marker work!


Ellen, I ALWAYS love what you create! and if you can cook, like you create with color and paper... LOOK OUT WORLD!!!


As Always, Awesome!!! I love the patterned paper and the recipe sounds very, very, very delicious!! TFS.


What a pretty recipe card!! I love it! The recipe looks yummy too. :) Thank you for the instructions and the comments on the use of the Copic markers. I would love to have a set of those (the ENTIRE set, of course). :)

kathy foy

What a great story and what you have done with it is fantastic


I can't believe it, I have this cookbook and have never not once used any recipe in it. Perhaps I should start using them for cooking instead of just collecting? HA
I love your recipe card - it is just yumm-o looking!

Michelle Wooderson

Oh Ellen! It's wonderful!! I love the story behind the recipe...every meal should have such a memorable connection. Good work, girlie!!!


Love that cookbook. Now that I live in NY, it is one we often go for for the "comfort foods" of home. The Lockhart stamp is perfect for the recipe.

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