Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Kitchen Help

Yesterday I posted a layout about my iPod Touch. Today's layout is along the same lines, but now we're in the kitchen. Here's a page about the little gadgets that make my life easier when cooking. Last year, I added this mini food processor and a rice cooker to my arsenal.

I love the kraft, red and black color combination, so I didn't feel a need to dress it up too much. Just a touch of patterned paper was enough to complete the design.


When we were first married, it was several years before we even purchased a microwave, something I now cannot function without. Think of how your parents or grandparents cooked, and you know we've come a long way. And for this, I am very thankful.


22 comments:

  1. Cute layout Sue! I love red too...I use it on my layouts all the time, and it's featured prominently in my kitchen. I have that same red rice cooker and I love it!

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  2. Congrats on both the great layout (love the photo block) and the great appliances -- I do love kitchen gadgets! Yet another fun scrap subject!

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  3. What a great layout! So simple and you're right it didn't need a lot of dressing up!!! Again, love the idea of scrapbooking things like this!

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  4. I have often thought a getting a rice cooker - yes or no??

    I love the layout - I like ones about the day to day!

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  5. Love it! You are giving me so many ideas of the everyday things that I need to scrap.

    I also have red accents in my kitchen. It helps to brighten my day.

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  6. great layout! there is just something about kraft cardstock that i love!

    i remember our first microwave--it was soooo huge and we really only used it to heat up food--but wait that is still what i use it for, but i can't live without it!

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  7. Very cute layout and I love the color combo. Love the red gadgets too.

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  8. You have the best ideas for for layouts! This turned out great, love the red! I love my rice cooker too!

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  9. Love the two LOs you posted this week! Great topics and design!

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  10. What a cute layout and I love the red appliances!

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  11. What a fun idea and an adorable layout. So, how do you like your rice cooker? I've always wondered about those :)

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  12. Fab LO, I just love kraft and red together. The red Kitchenaid would look so good in my kitchen,I keep looking at them !!!

    Deb x

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  13. Great page! I would LOVE a rice cooker!

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  14. Love how crisp and clean your layout looks. Very cute!

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  15. I agree, a great layout that didn't need much "dressing" up. I'm enjoying these layouts about everyday things that are such a huge part of our lives right now. Don't you wish we could have some of these types of layouts from our grandparents?

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  16. Great Layout..love that title :)

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  17. I love Kraft and red together. Great layout!

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  18. Another clever topic, Sue! Wonderful colors. Yes, we have so many more conveniences and why so little time?

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  19. Nice layout, and of course the idea behind it.
    I love the red. Those are my kitchen colours. Hubby bought me the Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer. I never use it... too heavy to move, I still use me hand held one from when I moved out at 16, lol

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  20. Very cute layout and I love the color combo...red and kraft really match!! good one Sue...xoxo

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  21. Great layout! The title is perfect! I got a rice cooker last year and just love it - can never go back to cooking rice the old way. And that mini food processor is so cute!

    I'm also stopping by to let you know that I gave you a blog award. See it here: http://scrappindanielle.blogspot.com/2011/01/comfort-zones-cardmaking-blog-awards.html

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  22. Love this Sue! I can't get enough of the kraft cardstock so I understand. :) Love the journaling lines. Is that a stamp? Gave me the idea to get my sew easy out and make some journaling lines with it!

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