Friday, January 5, 2018

A Dainty Dish Layout

It seemed appropriate to pull out an old sketch and old papers to scrapbook this layout of an old place. For those who are thinking their outdated kitchen needs a remodel, here's proof that newer isn't always better! The layout title comes from the children's song "Sing a Song of Sixpence" - "Wasn't that a dainty dish to set before the king?" Since being fat was a sign of wealth, I'm not sure how dainty some of the dishes prepared in Henry VIII's kitchen were, but others were masterpieces of subtlety.
Recipe Box & Vintage Type stamp sets
Magic Moments Level 2 papers
Walnut Stripe paper (Bo-Bunny)
Saddle, Dutch Blue & Colonial White cardstock
Cocoa, Saddle, Dutch Blue & Tuxedo Black ink
Dutch Blue marker
Coffee marker (Zig)
ShinHan Touch Twin markers
Twill ribbon
Blue embroidery floss (DMC)
3-D foam tape
Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge: title shape, tag
Pattern: EMS Sketch Challenge 42 (reversed)

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