Watermelon Salad Paper and Recipe

Watermelon Salad Paper 1

Graphics and multi media are a part of our everyday life from packaging, television, advertisement, and products. I am constantly looking at packaging, taking it all in, driving my husband crazy by looking over all the new products. Let’s face it, some of the beauty products are packaged beautifully.

I love to make graphics, but you have gathered that if you are a follower. It can be anything from flowers, food, objects, people, animals, etc. Over the years, I have quite a large collection. Anything I don’t have, I make by painting, pen & ink, watercolor, or by camera. Then I scan, remove the background, and fix any errors that I see in the original art. Then the fun begins, layers upon layers can be built. Let’s not forget about the ephemera that is available in the public domain to use as a background. Looking for hours on end is my winter hobby. Some antique stores even carry it.

Soon, I will be adding some of these type of graphics and paper to LismorePaperCo I do offer custom orders.

I was asked for this recipe by a neighbor and thought it was the perfect opportunity to get a little creative. Watermelon Salad is one of my favorite summer salads. It’s so flavorful and delicious especially if you let it chill for an hour. Esme sits, waiting for bits of this salad, too! It’s that good πŸ™‚

You can click on the paper above to save to your device . The recipe card is 4 x 6 inch and can be printed. Each item is for personal use.Β Watermelon Salad Recipe card 4 x 6

Watermelon Salad Recipe card 4 x 6

Hope you have a brilliant Sunday!

Just a reminder don’t miss our 5th Edition of When Fashion and Nature Collide. Mark your calendars, it’s on July 18th!

Much love,

Lisa

 

 

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44 thoughts on “Watermelon Salad Paper and Recipe

  1. Wonderful art work and thanks so much for sharing this lovely recipe too! Love that you spend hours looking at packings and things, I do the same. πŸ˜‰ And you’re so right about the lovely packings for beauty products – like honey to a bee right? πŸ˜‰ Have a wonderful Sunday, Lisa! πŸ˜„πŸ˜˜πŸ‰πŸŒΌ

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    1. Thank you, Sarah! Some of the packing are just brilliant. I always love the color combinations that complete it. Perfect description! Honey to a bee πŸ’—πŸ’— I hope you have a wonderful Sunday, too! Hugs and love to you! 😘😊

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  2. I absolutely love this!! Watermelon is a favorite in our home! I’m going to make that salad this week.

    I am so impressed with that collaboration! The discipline alone. You all do such a marvelous job and it’s seamless. It flows so well between the four of you.

    Hugs and love to you!

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    1. Salad is so delicious! Very easy to add and subtract what you like. The watermelon and feta by themselves is delicious πŸ’— Thank you so much Mel! The collaboration has been such a blessing and it’s amazing what you can accomplish even at a distance. We are so glad you like it and visit all of us! You are very special to us all. Hugs and love to you!!

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  3. Oh… I have a watermelon monster in my household. Whenever I start cutting, rather right as I do, my youngest runs to my side to get that first juicy piece. It’s tradition now. She gets the very first bite. πŸ˜…πŸ˜πŸ‰

    😍😘

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  4. I made a slight variation on watermelon and feta salad the other day, and it was just so refreshing for a scorching day.
    It makes my heart sing that you do this for the sheer pleasure of creativity. You enrich our daily lives. It is a wondrous thing. Thank you.

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    1. You brought a smile to my face and made my heart happy, thank you!! I feel the same about you! You take us on a journey through beautiful gardens and make me dream about all of the beauty. The salad is so refreshing especially with the weather we have been having. Hugs! 🌞🌾🌱

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  5. When you explain things it sounds so easy but the reality is…all of you are just plain talented. Love the salad, have made it before but without the olives. I can’t wait to give your version a try.

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  6. I love watermelon and feta salad. Now, I have to give it a try with olive oil. This is such a good idea for a gift to give to a friend. Your recipe card and poster are just awesome, as usual. I wish my kitchen was bigger so I could have this one frame too. I already got four of your artworks in my home.

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  7. This is really great Lisa!! You’re right, the graphics make the recipe all the more appealing. And what a fun idea to combine the two into something so beautiful! I think a lot of people would love old family recipes designed this way to hand in their kitchen. Really lovely. thanks thanks. xox friend.

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