What kind of templates do you want when you create your own cookbook?

Making a custom cookbook, be it a family cookbook as a gift or for a reunion, a fundraising cookbook, or even a cookbook to sell on your your blog, at your shop or catering company, is as much about the recipes as it is about the look of the book. That’s why as I work through my wish list of new features for the new heritagecookbook.com website (to launch this summer!), one of the things that I keep coming back to is increasing the numbers of cover design templates. My goal is to add 50-100 new designs by the time we launch. It’s a pretty ambitious number, but I think it’s really important to offer a wide range of cover designs so that people can create a cookbook that really matches they personalities.
Here are a few we are working on that aren’t quite ready to go live.

Recipe Cards cover and template Heritagecookbook.com

Recipe Cards cover and template
Heritagecookbook.com


Retro cover and template. Heritagecookbook.com

Retro cover and template. Heritagecookbook.com


Vintage cookbook cover and template.  Heritagecookbook.com

Vintage cookbook cover and template.
Heritagecookbook.com


Winter dishes cover and template. Heritagecookbook.com

Winter dishes cover and template.
Heritagecookbook.com


Each of these will come as full set that includes a cover page, table of contents page, section divider pages and back cover.
My question to you is this- what kind of cover would you want in your custom personalized cookbook?
Virginie

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