Monday, September 14, 2009

Sack Lunch Challenge!

This weeks challenge is to create a Sack Lunch Recipe card. Something that you would want to pack and take to work, school or to the park. 

The above recipe card was created by me, Julie. I used a paper bag, Space Boy paper and a recipe off the food network website. Wraps are a great alternative to the traditional sandwich. This card involved no stamping, but I think the neat paper made up for that. 

This yummy card was created by the talented Lorie. What a wonderful treat to make for lunch around the holidays!    
This popcorn is such a sweet treat, and is a great little surprise for the kid's lunch boxes.  Especially around this time of year, and or the holidays.  I love this take on traditional caramel corn.  The card stock, ribbon, and Basic Grey paper all came from Scrapbook Store at Your Door

This incredable card was created by Lauri. Recipe cards do not have to be about food and I love this instruction recipe card! 
Bento Boxes are a growing trend in a few ways. Basically, they are a great way to pack your lunch! Originating in japan in those cute little containers, they have become an art form for many. .
I decided to do my 6x6 card on the basics of packing a bento box. So maybe not really recipes as much as instructions...In keeping the oriental theme, I decided to created an origami frame and insert a fold out instruction book.  Go to lauri's blog for more information, including pictures of the fold out and instructions on how to make your own bento box and wrap it up with fabric!

Let us know what you think! Please play along and leave a link to your card  in the comments section of this post. Hope we have inspired you this week! 
Have a YUMMY week! 


Lorie said...

You girls knock my socks off every week with your creativity! What a great challenge!!! Very well done, ladies!!

specialcraftmom4 said...

Great job ladies!!!! What fun!!!!

Mrs B said...

Great recipes this week girls!!! Here's mine

Jean Marie said...

Lovely and tasty recipes!!
thanks for the inspiration!

little late...but here is my take :)