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SKETCH RECIPE FOR CHRISTMAS BISCUITS

SKETCH RECIPE FOR CHRISTMAS BISCUITS
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Sketchnotes are an ideal way of visualising processes. And since recipes are also a process, they can be very easily turned into sketch recipes. By the way, this is also a great way of learning about sketchnoting. Instead of writing a recipe in a normal text block, you draw it. Well, you don’t just draw it – hence the word ‘note’ in sketch note. A typical sketch note contains both pictures and words. So you don’t need to worry about the pictures not being perfect – the text underneath makes sure the meaning gets across.

A sketch recipe consists of a list of ingredients and method. You can either write out the ingredients or draw them too. You show the method with drawings, supported by a small amount of text. Now you just need to number the individual steps and maybe add arrows – and then your sketch recipe is finished!

Diana (from sketchnotes by Diana) has made some templates for you for the ingredients list and method:


We think that it is a big shame to hide a sketch recipe in a notebook. In fact, it is actually a great wall decoration for the kitchen. Or as a present, beautifully wrapped together with some ingredients.

Are you interested in sketch recipes or sketchnoting in general? Then have a look at Diana’s page, where you’ll find a range of inspirational examples and tips:

https://www.sketchnotes-by-diana.com/2016/10/21/sketchrezept-rezept-als-sketchnote/