Monday, March 10, 2014

My Recipe Box

Today I am sharing my Mary Engelbreit inspired recipe box, made possible by the darling files found at My Scrap Chick.

I started with the recipe box from the Recipe Box Set and made it exactly the size that it imported.  I covered all the sides with panels of patterned card stock and wrapped a Mary Engelbreit border, that I purchased nearly 15 years ago, around the bottom.  I then imported the Ann Estelle file and pulled out the flowers and cherries.  I affixed the flowers randomly all over the box.  And I just love it.  I hope you do too.

Both the files I used can be found at My Scrap Chick. 

Ann Estelle by Mary Engelbreit:

The Recipe Box Set:


Sunday, March 9, 2014


B L O O M ~ Mary Engelbreit style ♥

Can I just say that My Scrap Chick has only released one file so far of the ME line and I am hooked.  I have made 5 projects with just one file.  I can't get enough. 

Her style is just wonderful. 

I used the Alphabet Boxes and the ME Ann Estelle files for this project.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Summertime Bugs

I love these bugs.  Little paver shaped treat boxes are super whimsy to make your little treats as cute as can be.

Fill up the boxes and hand them out. 

Pattern can be found at My Scrap Chick: 

Miss Sunshine

I just love all things sunny.  I made this super cute sun.  I framed it in a shadow box and used Doodlebug Designs washi and pixie's for the rays.  The sun and face are from MY SCRAP CHICK.  I used Maya Road twine for the smile.

The file can be found here:

Strawberry Treat Boxes

These adorable strawberry treat boxes were so fun to make.  Include the basket and make an adorable center piece.  

The pattern is by MY SCRAP CHICK and is called Strawberry Patch.

Find it here:


Friday, March 7, 2014

The marvelous Mary Engelbreit.....

It's Ann Estelle.  In all her glory.  Find this adorable paper piecing at My Scrap Chick.  Newly released today.

Carrot Patch Treat Boxes

An adorable carrot patch of treat boxes.  Easy to assemble.  So fun to make.  Make a few or make a lot.  Fill them up and give them out.  I have mine sitting in my kitchen window.  Makes a precious center piece. I used a YouTube tutorial to make the korker ribbon. 

 Find this adorable file at My Scrap Chick.