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Clip Art For Recipe Book

Posted by omabaker (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 29, 02 at 22:08

I am making a small cook book and I'm looking for clip art to go with each section. Any one know of a site I can get this at???? Would reall appreciate it. Oma


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RE: Clip Art For Recipe Book

Here's a Google search page that might be a good place to start:
http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&q=cooking+food+clip+art I thought the "Recipe Lu's" they listed looked yummy! :-) (You might want to include the word "recipe" in a web search.)

Here is a link that might be useful: http://www.geocities.com/NapaValley/2267/foodclip.html


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RE: More food stuff

Don't know if this is what you're looking for but thought I'd post it since I just came across it: Food Groups Recipe Cards

Hope you find just what you're looking for!


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RE: Clip Art For Recipe Book

Do you have the Word Program? You can go to your clipart gallery live and find anything you would want. I just had a friend who put together a wonderful cookbook and illustrated the whole thing with this clipart...


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RE: Clip Art For Recipe Book

Thanks all for your great help. Found lots of things. Oma


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RE: Clip Art For Recipe Book

Provocraft has a "HugWare" selection of
really cute "food" clipart that you might be
interested in - it's part of the $4.95 downloadable
sets that they offer on their site.

Jude...


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RE: Clip Art For Recipe Book

Finished my book for my sister & it has spured me on thanks to all of you .It was lots of fun surfing through all the sites. Lia, the Nappa Valley one had a lot of great things in it. Starting another one for the family. Thanks again.


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