Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Pecan-Peach Cobbler, Flourishes' What's Cooking Challenge

Flourishes' sneak peeks have begun, and they are indeed "berry sweet"!   Be sure to check them out here.To celebrate the July release, they are sponsoring "The What's Cooking Challenge" with a challenge of sharing a recipe in  a stamped creation with chance to win all three stamps in the Flourishes' July release.
Currently I own Flourishes'  fantastic Cherries and Peaches set and Strawberries set, so I went with a fruity recipe. Peaches are in now here in Tennessee, and I remembered a recipe in the June issue of Southern Living magazine.

For the front of the card with the list of ingredients, I added the peach imaged, stamped in Rich Cocoa Memento ink and colored with Prismacolor pencils. I added a scalloped gingham and rickrack border.
I kept the card flat (no fancy embellishments) so that it would fit in my recipe notebook.
For the back of the card with the steps, the image is stamped in Summer Sunrise.

I'll leave you with a photo of this cobbler from the magazine. Trust me, when I make this cobbler, it will not look like this.


Stamps: Cherries and Peaches(Flourishes)
Ink: Summer Sunrise(PTI), Rich Cocoa (Memento)
Paper: Stamper's Select White, Summer Sunrise (PTI); gingham (Paper Studio)
Other: Prismacolor pencils, oval and scalloped oval Nestabilities, scalloped border punch(Fiskars) rickrack die (PTI)


  1. Cammie this is beautiful.. We have lots of peaches here in NC too.. I bet yours will look just as great.. Thanks for joining us at Flourishes.

  2. Oh this recipe looks good and different from what I make. Might have to give this a try. The card is cute and I have faith you can make a cobbler look like the picture. hee hee

  3. Ohhhh.....yum!
    The card looks so good, and I really like that you used the front and back of the card, smart thinking!

  4. This is too funny, I have to tell you I made peach cobbler last night, but I chose a crockpot recipe. Did not turn out well, I wouldn't recommend it, yours looks great though and the card, so prettily decorated.

  5. OMGosh!! THis looks so gooooood! Love your recipe card with the gingham and ric rac! Gorgeous!

  6. I love peaches, and this sounds yummy! LOVE your card to showcase this recipe!

  7. Cute recipe card. That peach image is perfect for it. The recipe looks great too. I will have to try it.

  8. Your recipe card is just as delicious as the magazine picture! I LOVE the addition of the ric rac and the gingham - it's just country kitchen PERFECT - I can taste the goodness just looking at it!


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