Good morning! I was on the Evalicious blog yesterday with a page documenting my cooking adventures this year. One of my goals for 2015 is to cook a new recipe every week. Todd is usually the chef of our little family. He has mad cooking skills. But me? Not so much! My goal with cooking something new once a week is to force myself to learn this life skill, and to also feel a lot more comfortable in the kitchen and gain confidence in my cooking skills.
I used a woodgrain background because it reminds me of a dinner table. Clever, eh? ;) I made a photo collage of my favorite dishes I’ve cooked so far this year. If you want to see what I’ve cooked, you can go here to my Pinterest board. It’s where I’ve been keeping track of everything I’ve cooked each week, and has my notes and takes on the recipes.
I used a wood veneer from Field Notes at the top center of my composition to add interest. And to guide the eyes to the photos below. I also used a circle wood veneer “Fig. 1” to embellish the middle of my photo collage.
In the middle of the page, I used a Photo Shoot Large Tag to house my journaling.
To balance it out, I diecut another 3x4 patterned paper with holes on the edge and hand-sewed some baker’s twine through the holes. I added interest to the card with a snip snip label and a circle tag. I also scattered some gold puffy stickers around my page.
I hope you enjoyed a look at my page documenting my new cooking skills!
Thanks for stopping by.
Evalicious Products Used:
photo shoot large tags
photo shoot round tags
field notes snipsnip labels
field notes wood veneer
round arrow shape clips
Gold Misc Shapes Puffy Stickers