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Isn't it awesome how many free internet tools we have nowadays ? One free tool that has become quite popular is PicMonkey. It's allows you to edit your photos, create eye-catching graphics, and to create collages. Today I'm going to show you how to do something else: how to make recipe cards in PicMonkey.
You can use your recipe cards to document recipes that your family loves, they can be used to fill a recipe card box to be given as a gift, or you
One of the highlights of my holiday is hosting a recipe card swap and I’m so excited to host my 6th annual Holiday Recipe Card Exchange! It's absolutely free to join -- all you have to do is create a digital recipe card with a favorite holiday recipe and email it to me. I collect all the cards and send each participant back a copy of every card submitted. It's so much fun and I would love all of of you to be part of it.
For all the details, please check out my post at Happy To Create: Join
I love to document recipes on digital recipe cards. Once you create a recipe card digitally, you can either fill it in on your computer or you can print the card and fill in the recipe by hand. You can also use the card over and over again, just changing out the recipe to create each new card.
There are many different ways of creating your own recipe cards in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. My favorite way is by using digital recipe card templates and digital scrapbooking