I can’t believe it – aah!
It’s finally here!
I’ve been planning and creating this color-in recipe binder for months. And by months, I mean roughly half a year.
I planned. I sketched. I inked. I erased.
I scanned. I touched it up. I vectorized. I formatted.
I tested it. I photographed. I processed. And now I’m launching…
This color-in recipe binder was originally suggested to me by a reader. She thought it would be a great idea to have a recipe binder with pages you can color. I thought so too, so I got to work creating it.
I started with a fun cover for you to color. There are 9 divider pages for you to categorize your recipes. And you have 15 designs of recipe card pages – with two recipes to a page. You can print those as many times as you’d like as “filler paper” for your binder.
How to assemble the color-in recipe binder:
- Print out the divider + cover pages once. Print out the filler/recipe card pages as many times as you need (there are 2 recipes per page.) These are in separate multi-page PDF files so that you can print them out separately as needed.
- I recommend using a binder with a display pocket on the cover so that you can add your colored art to it. Color your cover and attach it to the front.
- Color your divider pages – or at least the ones you think you’ll use (I did the basics plus some fun extras.) Put them into sheet protectors since cookbooks tend to get dirty. I recommend getting stick-on divider tabs so that you can find the sections easily.
- Fill ‘er up! Either color the pages as you add recipes. Or, color them and have them handy. Place your recipe pages back to back inside sheet protectors so that you can browse through quickly.
Here’s to a beautiful and organized “recipe box.”!!
A preview of all the pages you get in the recipe binder:
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Still not sure? I had fun starting mine! Here are some photos:
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