Or, I would pin the recipe and then I would have to search through my myriad of pinned recipes to find it again. Sometimes, the link would be broken or something.
Finally, I would often print out the recipe, which seemed the best solution to save my favorite new recipes and pretty soon I had pages stuffed into random books or stacked, disorganized in my kitchen.
Of course, I used the owl theme when I drew these pages. I used my computer to do the art work, and it was a challenge for me, but a lot of fun. The great thing about the pages is that they are cute without taking too much ink to print. This binder is specifically for baking. We will soon come out with one for cooking.
The Bloggelicious Baking pages include 9 prints: The Cover, Bread, Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Other Desserts, the Spine label and 2 Index pages for you fill in yourself. Here are a few examples, (click on them for a clear view).
I also used these indexed divider sheets from Avery to slip the divider pages into. These are nice and heavy and the package comes with printable tab labels that you can easily print on for free at the Avery website.
Then, I don't know about you, but I spill things on my recipes and the pages tend to stick together. So, I ordered these inexpensive sheet protectors on Amazon to slip my recipes into. Now my recipes can easily be wiped off and kept clean. The sheets also eliminate the need to punch holes in all of the recipe sheets. And, the pages won't tear out so easily as I use the binder.
So, go ahead! Visit our new shop (3WinksDesignShop) and tell us what you think! And, don't forget to get your baking recipes organized by picking up our Bloggelicious Baking Binder Prints to make your binder beautiful! (Wow! Say that 3 times real fast!)
Thanks for all of your support!