1. You can download and print a FREE pdf HERE - you can use that as a cutting template.
2. You can download a FREE png HERE - for digital scrapbooking.
3. If you have a Silhouette, you can purchase the cut lines through the Silhouette online store for $1.99 HERE. (It may be a couple of days before it's live in the Silhouette Online Store.)
A few years ago, my sister and I made a "family favorites" set of recipe cards. It was a lot of work, but seriously one of my most treasured assets. I cook from these cards almost every day! Well, a year later, my scrapbook friends and I did a digital recipe card exchange. We all digitally designed and printed 30 of our favorite recipes for 6 people. Then we met and swapped recipe cards. So, we all ended up with 180 of our friends favorite recipes. Then we all purchased our own D-ring recipe books with sheet protectors that holds two 4x6 cards. They fit the 4x6 recipe prints perfectly. For years I had wanted to organize my recipes - this was a great way to do it and so rewarding.
Hopefully this little recipe card template will help inspire someone out there! Oh, and I thought I'd share another recipe. It's for Cherries on Snow. It's red and white and makes a great dessert to take to a holiday party. Enjoy!