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Paper-licious: Fun “Recipe” Greeting Cards

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For a delicious twist on the standard greeting card, check out these fun new “Recipe Cards” by Elum…  gorgeous letterpress cards with coordinating recipes on the back!

Each card features a clever message on the front that ends in “just like the recipe on the back“. For example: “You Are Super HOT… just like the recipe on the back.” {Flip card to reveal Fire Roasted Salsa recipe.}

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Recipes include: Cherry-Almond Clafouti, Chocolate Heart Cookies, Super Simple Peach Cobbler, Melt-in-your-mouth Corn Bread, and Fire Roasted Salsa. (Wouldn’t these also be super cute on display at a kitchen or cooking themed bridal shower?!)

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Letterpress Recipe Cards are $5.50 each at (P.S. They’ve got tons of other great designs too!)

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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

10 responses to “Paper-licious: Fun “Recipe” Greeting Cards”

  1. Beautiful and quite ingeniious!!!

  2. These are so fun + cute!!

  3. These are BEAUTIFUL. I love letterpress – if I bought these, I’d never be able to give them away!

  4. Jenni says:

    These will be the best valentine’s day cards!

  5. Chellecara says:

    these labels are so cute and witty! love ’em :)

  6. Stephanie says:

    Love, love, love these!! Too cute!!

  7. Alicia says:

    these are awesome + an awesome price too!!

  8. Leticia says:

    I find it odd. I don’t think I want to be compared to food and if I wanted the recipe I would google it and find a million recipes. Is there a place where people can actually write? Isn’t it the reason why you are sending somebody a card?

  9. Jenn @ HWTM says:

    Hi Leticia –
    The recipe is on the back of the card and the card opens up so that you can write your message inside.

    It’s true that the recipe might not get used, but it’s just a fun extra detail that makes the messaging feel clever.

    I also think that if the recipient DOES like the recipe and the hand-written note inside, this would make kind of a cute, sentimental addition to recipe binders and recipe storage boxes :)