To coordinate with your Holiday foodie gift labels that I shared with you yesterday, I am adding this recipe card just like the Fall version but with the winter greens rather than Autumn leaves. These are great to coordinate your favorite Christmas or winter holiday labels or to add to your favorite jar of cookies that you gift to a friend. For these cards you will need to install the free font Museo Slab. Then download the PDF onto your computer and open in Acrobat. Note that the editable fields will not show in your browser window preview. These recipe cards print two per page. Just select the text you would like to customize with your mouse and insert your own copy. It is easy as that. You can print them onto card stock, trim to 4×6 and you have a great little add-on to your homemade gifts.
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Thank you for the awesome printables. I love your recipe cards, labels & tags. It’s wonderful that everything matches & can be used together to make homemade Christmas gifts. Is there a way to do double sided ones for when the directions are to long to fit on one side.
You are welcome. You can add your extra directions on the back side by typing them in word, and printing on side two.
This is great! I was wondering if there is a way to make the card smaller? I was hoping to attach it to a jar and it seems like it would be too big.
Thank you. You can reduce the size when you print.
Where are those green napkins from? I love them!
They are from West Elm. I think they were seasonal. 🙁
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Thank you for sharing your work, you’ve inspired to spread Christmas Cheer!
Wonderful to hear!!
Is there anyway to use these in Photoshop? I want to manipulate my text options and I don’t see those options in Adobe.
If you just place these as a background in Photoshop you can add your own copy over the top.
I love these! So glad I found your website!
Thanks. Happy you are here!
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Thanks so much Lia, you give us so many wonderful things that are so useful and beautiful. Happy weekend.
You are so welcome!
Thank you so much!! I love this!
You are so welcome Kathryn!
many many thanx from greece 🙂
You are so welcome Petra!
Thank you for your generosity!!
You are welcome!