Farmhouse Garden Bread Box Album Kit Reveal

Farmhouse Garden Bread Box Album Kit for The Button Farm Club by Kathy Clement Photo 01

Farmhouse Garden Bread Box Album Kit Reveal for The Button Farm Club

Hello, Friends!  If you have precious memories of your grandmother’s country kitchen, then I think you are going to fall in love with this Farmhouse Garden Bread Box Album Kit Reveal for The Button Farm Club.  If you’ve been wondering where I’ve been, and what I’ve been up to, well…here it is.  This is the largest, most involved kit I’ve put together for The Button Farm Club to date.  The planning for this beauty began back in January, if you can believe that!  But I think all the time and effort paid off, because I love the way this charming project turned out.

Farmhouse Bread Box

This adorable “made from scratch” bread box is the centerpiece of the kit.  I don’t know about you, but this one takes me right back to my Grammy’s country kitchen.  You could always count on finding something delicious tucked into her bread box!

The Farmhouse vibe comes through loud and clear in the colors, patterns and images found in Simple Stories Vintage Farmhouse Garden collection.

The theme of the collection lends itself perfectly to a recipe album, garden journal or heritage style album.  And you all know how much I love a project that doubles as home decor!

The Mini Album

Here’s the sweet treat hiding inside that country bread box.  It’s a 6×6 mini album done up in Farmhouse style.  You learn how to build the tri-fold album base in the tutorial that comes with the kit.  So once you’ve built it the first time, you can make it again and again for any theme and with any paper collection you want to use.

I just love the colors and images in this collection!

And just look at these darling charms!

A Peek Inside

The trifold album is built with loads of room for recipes, 3×5 recipe cards, photos and journaling.

You’ll learn how to add all kinds of interactive features to the album, too!

The back cover houses a dandy accordion pull out folio all decked out with gorgeous papers and images from the kit.

You know how much I love to share ways to make creative use of scraps.  This tutorial will give you lots and lots of delightful ideas for cleaning up bits and bobs of the paper collection.

The Recipe Card Envelopes

You’ll also learn how to make these clever 6 1/4″ x 4 1/4″ envelopes to house larger recipe cards.  These tuck neatly inside the front flap of the bread box.  The box also houses the mini album, isn’t that handy?

YouTube Video Tour

You can see all the kit contents and take a tour of the finished project kit here.

What Comes in the Kit

Each kit comes with everything you need beyond basic crafting supplies like adhesive, cutting tools and measuring tools.  

Here’s what comes in your Farmhouse Garden Bread Box Recipe Album Kit:

  • Simple Stories Vintage Farmhouse Garden 12×12 Collection Kit ( 12 double sided pages plus the 12×12 cardstock sticker sheet.)
  • 4 additional sheets of 12×12 Farmhouse Garden paper
  • Farmhouse Garden 12×12 Solids Paper Pack (6 color matched sheets)
  • Ephemera Bits with 44 pieces
  • Ephemera Bits and Pieces with 64 pieces
  • Farmhouse Garden Adhesive Brads
  • 10 sheets of 8 ½” x 11” black cardstock
  • 3 sheets of 12×12 chipboard
  • 2 yards of Peacock Seam Binding Ribbon
  • 1 yard of 1 ½” wide black gingham ribbon
  • 3 yards of black and white Baker’s Twine
  • 3 silver tone farmhouse charms (mix and match)
  • Little Birdie Joanna Flowers
  • Basic Written Guide in PDF format with full color pictures
  • Links to Step by Step Video Tutorials

Once again, Laura has worked her magic to make this huge kit amazingly affordable.  The price is $65.45.  You would find it very hard to buy all the elements in this kit for that price.  And on top of the supplies you get the video and written tutorials!

This is a limited edition kit, shipped first come/first served.  The last time I did a recipe album, it sold out in a day.  So you might want to jump on this one.  I think it will make an amazing Christmas gift!

Order your kit here.

As always, I humbly thank you for your enthusiastic interest and support of these kits.  I have such fun planning and designing them.  And you seem to be enjoying them, too.

Now I need to go clean my house and do the laundry!

Thanks for stopping by!




6 thoughts on “Farmhouse Garden Bread Box Album Kit Reveal

  1. Ann

    Spectacular kit, Kathy! I love how you imagine each hidden or fold-out section and then execute it perfectly. Lots of inspiration here. Got me thinking about doing a folio for my sister who is on a health kick now (losing weight and exercising) that could include places for low cal recipes she might be collecting now, tracking fitness progress, and of course, affirmations.
    Thanks for the kit share.

  2. Gena Krannig

    Wow, Kathy! What a unique and beautiful creation! Right off the bat I have to say the charms are simply adorable. My Grandma had a bread box and she made homemade bread and rolls. There is nothing in this world like hot buttered rolls! The ribbons, the buttons, the flowers and the farm images are all so pretty and I must say, comforting to look at. The mini album is fantastic! Thank you for sharing this lovely project! Hugs!

  3. soozyb2013

    LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this Kathy!! That’s all I got! lol We are having another warm one this weekend. Not quite the heat wave we had but up there! I thoroughly enjoyed this project Kathy!! Thank you, you know how much I love my chickens!

  4. Cheryl Wells

    Gorgeous, gorgeous Kathy!! Girl what an imagination you have and to create your thoughts in paper and chipboard is amazing – beautiful work!!!!!

  5. Susan Steele

    Oh my goodness Kathy …you’ve done it again!!! Made something else that is so irresistible!!! Woman, you have so many talents with papers …it’s just amazing!!! Absolutely adore this Farmhouse Bread Box!!! Wow! And luv your recipe card booklets and that recipe album is just perfect! Oh my …I just luv all your details and collages of Farmhouse goodness everywhere! Thanks for sharing another awesome Kathy creation!!! Big hugs, Suzy Q and P. S. I so remember grandmother’s breadbox filled with yumminess too!

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