Home Cooking


homecooking

Home-CookingI created two 12″ × 12″ pages in December 2013. The layout was photographed by me with a Nikon D70 camera © Please click on photos for larger images.

Close up of unknown patterned paper. Nikon D70 ©

“Indigenous African cooking, traditional Afrikaner cuisine, and the Portuguese among others have contributed to the deliciously diverse flavours of South Africa’s “rainbow cuisine.”Bredies,biltong,boerewors,mealiepap, umngqusho,mashonzha, and peri-periprawns feature strongly on the menu in South African homes.” Ejozi.co.za


Tiekie Poeding Image from Rapport

Hints:
I buy eyelets at Tandy leather factory in Calgary, the quality is better and the price more reasonable than at the craft-stores.

I printed the title in Microsoft Word, by inserting a text box the same size as needed, I then chose a bold font such as Snap ITC, choosing the font size to fill the box, I experimented with the text effects, when I was satisfied I printed the title, then traced the letters using my light-box and colored them in.

Supplies:
Inkadinkado Tea-kettle wooden rubber-stamp, Inkadinkado clear Cupcake rubber-stamp, 1956 South Africa Tiekie (3d), Dress it up memory mates Baker’s Dozen Beads,
Gnomy’s Diaries slide frame, Memo wooden Rubber-stamp by Stampin Up!, Cardstock, paper-clips, eyelets, Aquarelles, K & Company Smash Pen, embroidery floss, photo corners, ink, Upkit International brads, adhesive, 3 D pop dots, etc.

Technique: Colorblock.

Font: Snap ITC size 100 and Courier New.

Tools: Eyelet setter, Tag stencil, Paperbilities Layout Templates, etc.

Old recipe books. Nikon D70 ©

Ouma’s Recipes



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