The tutorial comes from Emma Jeffery of the blog Hello Beautiful, who decided to turn a few of her grandmother's recipes into tea towels for herself and her mother. Not only are the recipes precious, they are also one of the few remaining examples of her grandmother's handwriting, making these towels even more special.
Spoonflower is a service that allows you to upload images and design your own fabric, which is printed and shipped to you. Jeffery used Picasa to lay out the scanned images of the recipes and had them printed onto a yard of linen-cotton canvas, which she cut and hemmed. Another bonus: unlike the original recipe cards, the towels can easily be replaced if needed.
The linen-cotton canvas is a beautiful fabric and will only improve with extensive washing and use. The really nice thing about these is that if they ever do suffer from wear and tear I can simply have more printed, without even having to dig the original paper copies out from storage.
Check it out: How to Turn Handwritten Recipes Into Tea Towels at Spoonflower
Do you have any ideas for displaying handwritten recipe cards?
(Images: Emma Jeffery/Spoonflower)