8 Artistic Ephemera Recipe Cards – You will receive 8 of the design shown. A fabulous retro image of a mother in a kitchen cooking with her daughter; I've added a nice 'Cooking Lesson' quote.
Our 4" x 5” recipe cards will have the template shown printed on the back, unless you request them to be blank. They will easily fit into a recipe box designed for 4x6 cards!
SPECIAL!! BUY 6 OR MORE SETS OF OUR RECIPE CARDS, GET 1 FREE!! Your items must be combined into one invoice to qualify for the FREE offer! Please DO NOT purchase your free item - send us the title of the listing in the note to seller when you pay your invoice.
All Artistic Ephemera cards are printed on archival quality (AF/LF), 65 lb (11mil), matte photo paper. This high resolution, coated paper gives exceptional color depth and an ultra-smooth, bright white, non-glare finish. Image is from my personal collection, the collection of a friend, or a commercial collection of digital images (with permission to resell as printed items) of public domain and/or out-of-copyright antique book plates or other ephemera (e.g., vintage advertising in the form of ads or posters, postcards, Victorian trade cards, magazines, catalogs, art publications, etc.). All images have been re-designed and digitally enhanced by me and are under copyright.
ANOTHER GREAT IDEA… frame our cards as little prints for yourself or a loved one… see our ‘How To’ below… (if choosing this option, you'll want them to be blank on the back).
ALSO AVAILABLE AS A SET OF POSTCARDS! Postcards have a pretty design with a divided back and meet USPS guidelines.
HOW TO MOUNT OUR CARDS AS LITTLE PRINTS FOR FRAMING!
Step 1) Center on a 5x7 or 8x10 blank (uncut) mat board or heavy cardstock (use white or a coordinating color), lightly marking the top corners with a pencil when you’ve decided where you want it to be. Hint: if using the 8x10 size, center horizontally, but position the print at least 1” above center vertically. This is because a visual weight is present, which makes the bottom border appear smaller.
Step 2) Attach the print to the board using spray adhesive (in a well ventilated area, wearing a mask) or use adhesive photo squares (I like the ½” for this purpose; one at each corner us usually sufficient).