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Measuring Equivalents Chart on Watercolor Lemon

A very handy printable measuring equivalents chart to make multiplying or dividing recipes easy.

Practical art or functional aesthetics.  Either way, you want to say it, it’s definitely an idea I wholeheartedly embrace.  I enjoy making my world’s functional aspects as attractive as possible.  I’m always looking for a great-looking container, box, etc…

 I’ve been playing around with watercolor lately. It’s not a medium that I’m that familiar with, but I am enjoying the experimentation.  I ‘doodled’ this lemon in watercolors, as well as some branches, flowers, and a tomato.  


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I successfully scanned my lemon and played with it in Photoshop Elements 13, but just the basics. There are some good “how to” Photoshop books on it, but I still have a lot of work to do to get up to speed in Photoshop…kinda makes my head hurt! 

I decided to use my lemon to bling up the existing Measure Equivalents charts I keep taped on the inside of one of my cabinet doors.  I refer to these charts several times a week.  

My brain can only store so much data, and the number of teaspoons in an ounce or tablespoons in a 1/2 cup is something it’s better for me to outsource to a chart.   I had several taped up, and they had definitely seen better days, so I combined the information on two of them to put on my lemon.  I superimposed the data on top of the lemon, printed it out, and laminated it with Scotch Self-Sealing Laminating Pouches.

Ta Da!

lemon measuring equivalents chart on cabinet door

It’s just as handy as before, but instead of just 2 charts on plain paper, it’s just a little prettier! And heaven knows, we can all use more pretty in our world!

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