Monday, December 22, 2008
Sometimes people ask where I find the inspiration for this blog. Well, sometimes I find a neat product like this recipe box on a site like Apartment Therapy, and then I start wondering what other similar items are out there. And then you get to see the results of my curiosity!
So, what else is there? Well, this recipe box, for one - with measurement equivalents listed on the lid. Update on Feb. 24, 2014: The website that sold this recipe box is gone.
Foolhardy FolkArt has a couple interesting recipe-sized boxes. Update on Feb. 15, 2011: I'm not longer seeing recipe boxes on this site.
And staying with the sheep theme for a minute, there's this recipe box from Grandma's Farm House. Update on Dec. 31, 2010: This site seems to have disappeared.
Not interested in sheep? How about a hummingbird recipe box? Update in Dec. 31, 2010: I'm no longer finding this one anywhere.
Gina B. Designs has eight different recipe boxes, including this one with the chickens.
This recipe box comes from kikki.K in Australia.
Iseeamoose creations makes one-of-a-kind recipe boxes. "Each recipe box is covered in a vintage recipe booklet and comes with an eclectic assortment of twenty-eight recipes collected from a variety of antique and unique cook books, as well as nine divider cards."
American Art Traditions makes recipe boxes with historical designs. This one has a "Pennsylvania German pattern ... based on a small chest dated 1787 on display at the Reading Museum."
And finally, here's one of the colorful recipe boxes from Sticks.
Related posts with other recipe boxes:
Five Recipe Boxes with Flair
Organizing the Recipes in Three Steps