My loose recipe collection had become way too cluttered when I finally decided it was time to conquer and put together a recipe binder. To organize my recipes, I used a basic three-ring binder, and then created a cover page and category dividers using my hand-cut digital felt designs.
For more details on HOW I organized my binder, visit my blog: http://keepinglifecreative.com/tutorial/diy-recipe-binder/
When you purchase these PRINTABLES, you will receive 16 dividers and a cover page including: Appetizers and Snacks, Asian, Beverages, Breakfast, Breads, Desserts, Grilling, Holiday, Meat, Mexican, One-dish Meals, Pizza and Pasta, Salads, Seafood, Side Dishes and Veggies, Soup and Stew
Besides being better organized in your own kitchen, I think a recipe binder would make a really great gift for a college student, newlywed, or anyone who eats, really! In those early years I remember spending a lot of time on the phone with my mom or at my grandma's kitchen table over Thanksgiving break copying down my favorite family recipes. An already-organized binder would have been AMAZING.
**Please note: This is a DOWNLOAD only and requires printing. The printables come as 8.5x11 PDF files. (You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to use a PDF file. The software can be downloaded for free at http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/)
When you purchase this item, you will receive an EMAIL within 24 hours of purchase if you purchase Monday through Friday. Orders for DOWNLOADS received on Saturday or Sunday will be sent Monday.
If you would like additional categories, please send me a message and I can see about making additional inserts.
Have any questions? Contact the shop owner.