DIY Hand Stamped Recipe Cards

Hi everyone! I am sharing something a little different today other than my normal card. Today I want to share these fun hand stamped recipe cards. These are perfect to pair along with your holiday baked goods, to give as a gift for a newlywed or new home owner, and so many other things! Be sure to watch the video tutorial down below to see exactly how to make them, and different ways you can make them your own! Plus so many tips and tricks as well!!

Some supplies used in this video were sent to me free of charge for design purposes. I only ever design for companies I can stand behind 100%! To see who I currently or have previously designed for, head HERE.

These recipe cards are stamped using Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps stamps. They are high quality red rubber stamps and you know each time you stamp them it’s going to turn out! Even with these larger stamps, they stamp perfectly each time! To stamp the images I used black dye ink and heavy weight white cardstock cut down to 4″ x 5.25″.

DIY Hand Stamped Recipe Card Set

You can easily stamp these with an acrylic block or by laying them on their backs and pressing the paper on top, but because I was stamping so many of them I used my stamp positioner. This is such a helpful tool, especially when stamping multiples and larger images! I used my Original MISTI, but these will also fit into the Mini MISTI, too.

You can give these recipe cards fill in or blank!

When I was stamping I used a dye ink. This allowed the ink to dry super fast, so smudging wasn’t a problem. I also used a dye ink that would play nicely with my colored pencils. I used colored pencils to color in the images first of all because it’s fast. Second, it won’t bleed through to the back or the cardstock of bleed if it gets splashed with anything wet!

Coloring with colored pencils is the safest bet for these recipe cards!

One last suggestion. If you are giving these as a gift and leaving the cards blank, obviously you won’t want to laminate them. However, if you fill any of the recipes in I would highly suggest laminating them when you are done. This will seal in your handwriting and protect the cards from regular kitchen mishaps!

I used the back of the recipe card to write the directions down. It's also great for other to add extra notes

I hope you all enjoyed a look at these simple DIY hand stamped recipe cards. They are so easy to make and come together very quickly. They are great to pair with your baked goodies or to give as a quick and simple gift!

If you are interested in any of the supplies I used today, you can find them all listed and linked down below. Until next time, happy crafting!!

The supply list contains affiliate links that can be used at no additional cost to you. For more information on affiliate links and the full disclosure head HERE.

More videos you may enjoy. Just click the photos to watch!

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