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Put the Secret Ingredients to Family Meals On this 'Spoonflower' Craft

By: Erin Kirkpatrick - Published: • References: blog.spoonflower
That coveted recipe for strawberry rhubarb pie or creamy mashed potatoes can now be published for the world to see on this 'Spoonflower' craft. Oftentimes, recipes are passed down from generation to generation and their secret ingredients and modifications remain on lock-down.

In the days before computers, recipes were written by hand and stored in recipe boxes. These pieces of family and food history are both precious and priceless and cannot risk damage. Thankfully, this Spoonflower craft does not harm the original copies of the recipe. By scanning in the originals, they remain untarnished and the digital copies can be refinished; for example, removing the yellowing and discoloration that results from aging paper. This makes the recipe transferred to canvas clear and clean.

The linen-cotton that makes up this canvas is perfect for two reasons: first, it is super absorbent and reusable; second, it will seamlessly transfer your treasured family recipes on to your towel. If you are looking to keep certain scrumptious recipes under wraps, it is probably best not to put them on these towels. Stats for Recipe-Transfered Towels Trending: Older & Mild
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