FREE Blank Recipe Card and Label Printables

It’s pot-luck season! Share your delicious recipes whenever you share a dish. Click over to my post on SC Johnson’s Family Economics for free blank recipe card and label printables.While you’re in the SCJ Family Economics section, check out the FOOD for THOUGHT section for fantastic recipes from the other SCJ bloggers who always have the best dishes to share!

Disclosure: I am a paid blogger for SC Johnson.

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13 Responses to FREE Blank Recipe Card and Label Printables

  1. #1 - Nancy says:

    These are fabulous! I hope to make a special recipe album in the not-too-distant future, and these will be perfect! Thank you very much! :)

  2. Oh…this is perfect for my next project! I am putting together a cookbook as a wedding present for my best friend. This is so perfect, it just made my day! Thanks so much Cathe

  3. You make the yummiest printables!
    What would I do without you?
    :)
    HUGS and blessings!
    ~Leslie

  4. #4 - Meme55 says:

    I am making recipe boxes for my children with all the old favorites they loved while they were growing up using scrapbooking supplies, etc. Thanks so much for these downloads – they will make my job a lot easier!!

  5. #5 - Carol says:

    Thank you!

  6. Cathe these downloads are luscious, thanks for sharing them. My Mom printed out(on 4×6 index cards) all the great recipes she’d gathered over the years and gave them to my brothers and I a few years back. A very thoughtful gift, however, when using them I notice the ink runs, so I am afraid to use them now. I assume the same will happen with your lovely designs, so besides lamination is there a way to prevent this from happening? any suggestions would be appreciated! peace, Donna

    • #7 - Cathe Holden says:

      Really great point Donna, thank you. I would suggest a coat of clear Krylon spray acrylic across all of your cards after you’ve written your recipes. That should help tremendously.

  7. #8 - Debbie Raymond says:

    These cards are just what I was looking for! Love the internet…love your work. Thanks so much.

  8. Thank you so much Cathe.
    Peace

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  10. #10 - Candy says:

    Great idea and template

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  12. #11 - KT says:

    Thank you so much for all these wonderful downloads and printables. This will keep me busy for quite a while :D