Printable Recipe Cards make an effortless but beautiful holiday gift, way to pass down family recipes or to share your handwritten recipe with an edible gift!
It’s been years since I’ve shared printable recipe cards but last month when I asked what you would like to see over the holidays you all asked for easy homemade gift ideas.
It doesn’t get any easier than a free printable! I’ve offered so many this holiday season in hopes it would make your gift giving and holidays a little easier and feel less stressful.
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Living in a digital world, recipe cards might feel like a thing of the past, however there’s nothing more special than a handwritten recipe passed down from one generation to another.
In fact, I framed a few of my mom and grandma’s recipes that now hang in our dining room and lake cottage kitchen! The framed recipe cards are cherished memories of both their recipes and handwriting. They live on long after both my mom and grandma have passed.
These recipe cards were inspired by the juniper that grows behind our lake cottage. I love the subtle hint of color and wintery feel they offer. I hope you enjoy them, too! I’d love to hear how you use these recipe cards! You can find a few of my ideas and all the details to print them below.
How to Use these Free Printable Recipe Cards
- Share your family recipes writing out each of their favorites.
- Print and cut recipe cards for them to use.
- Use them to coordinate with your signature recipe when gifting – for example, I could attach a handwritten copy of my peppermint bark on one of these recipes cards.
Tips to Print Recipe Cards
- Click here to download. Save to an easy location like your desktop.
- Print on card stock at home or uploading to a site (I use FedEx Office)
- For best results and a quick cut, use a paper cutter.