As promised in our Free Mix-and-Match Christmas Planning Printable post, here are your matching mix-and-match recipe cards and gift tags - perfect for sharing your favorite holiday recipes or including your secrets along with edible gifts.
You can easily create a truly personal present by sharing your own favourite treat, along with teh recipe if you are willing to part with your secrets. No matter your kitchen skills (or lack thereof), everyone has a specialty or two up their sleeve! What's your signature recipe? Perhaps its the perfect chocolate cookie, decadent homemade brittle, magnificent muffins, amazing homebaked bread...you get the idea! For slightly different approach, instead of baking up a finished treat, you could also share homemade ingredients or home-grown gifts from your garden with recipe cards on your favourite ways to use them. Here are some free festive printables to help with tagging your holiday gifts and/or sharing the recipes if you wish:
To access and download the high resolution image files, links are as follow clockwise from upper left:
Note: These printables have been uploaded for sharing via Dropbox as JPEG files. Simply click the link above to view and download. They are A4 (our local paper default), so simply fit to page if you are using a different size such as standard letter. As a jpeg, you can easily crop and/or print multiples of the items that you want. Only print what you want to use, and (if not kept as mementos) remember to recycle when you're finished. Enjoy!
These printables are free for your personal / non-commercial use as a little present from us to you. It's absolutely not required, but it would be awesome and greatly appreciated if you followed Creativity Unmasked via Bloglovin' and/or social media, if you're not already following the fun. We welcome social media shares and linking with love, but please link to this post, not the download direct. Thanks! :)
We're on a special holiday posting schedule this month, with a Christmas share for you ever weekday between now and the start of our offline holidays, with DIY decorations, wrapping, treats, and more. Yay! Stay tuned for more!