Spring Entertaining: From The Garden Recipe Tags

From The Garden Recipe Tags By Rebecca Gordon Buttermilk Lipstick TV Cooking Personality Birmingham Alabama Pastry Chef Author Editor-in-Chief Writer Food Stylist Recipe Developer Southern Hostess Spring Entertaining Party Ideas Original Food, Recipe & Crafts Sports Entertaining Tide & Tigers Today Tailgating Host Raycom Sports WBRC Fox 6 Cooking Lessons How To Spring Entertaining

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From The Garden Recipe Tags

Plant markers are a mainstay in the garden that allow you to recall where specific seeds have been broadcast. When hosting a party, one of the most common inquires from guests are the recipes & what’s being served. From The Garden Recipe Tags are a simple solution that combine our love to celebrate the season as well as provide a map of the tasteful morsels chosen for the gathering. The idea makes smart use of your home printer, card stock, wooden sticks & a little tape for a charming addition worthy of any upcoming special occasion. 

From The Garden Recipe Tags By Rebecca Gordon Buttermilk Lipstick TV Cooking Personality Pastry Chef Editor-in-Chief Author Writer Food Stylist Recipe Developer Southern Hostess Spring Entertaining Tailgating Expert Game Day Host Tide & Tigers Today Tailgating WBRC Fox 6 Birmingham Alabama Cooking Lessons Original Food & Party CraftsFROM THE SOUTHERN HOSTESS OF BUTTERMILK LIPSTICK
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How To Make Garden Inspired Recipe Tags By Rebecca Gordon TV Cooking Personality Editor-in-Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Writer Pastry Chef Food Stylist Recipe Development Author Southern Hostess Tailgating Expert Sports Entertaining Tide & Tigers Today Tailgate Host WBRC Fox 6 Raycom Sports News Network Birmingham Alabama Cooking Lessons Food & Craft Party Ideas Spring Party Entertaining Baby Shower Garden Party Bridal Shower Wedding IdeasHow To Handcraft Recipe Tags

Recipe tags are a helpful addition to any celebration.
Integrate a little extra charm to a beautiful table while identifying dishes for guests.

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Begin a simple word document on the computer.
Create two columns on the page. 
Choose a font style & size. Type the recipe titles.
Select the option to add an outside border under the tables tab.
Choose the style your prefer best.

Center the recipe title within the border.
Add a space above & below the border.
Create as many as needed for all of the featured recipes.
Print the page & cut the recipe titles with scissors.

Cut rectangles from card stock to allow for a 1/2 inch border around the titles.
Make two small incisions in the center of the rectangles using a crafting knife tool.
Weave a wooden coffee stir stick in-between the cuts.
Secure the recipe titles to the craft paper with tape.

Fill small galvanized buckets, jars or sugar bowls with sunflower seeds in the shell.
Tuck the recipe markers into the seeds so that they stand upright.


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