Christmas is almost here, and I have one final recipe card printable to share with you. Here it is – my free Winter Recipe Card Printable!
As you may know, I have shared printable recipe cards periodically throughout the year. (I did the same thing in 2016!) Since we’ve already covered spring, summer, and fall (with bonus recipe cards for Halloween and Christmas), the final card in this year’s series is winter.
I kept the design similar to the previous cards so they would all look work as a collection. For the graphics, I used nature and winter foliage as inspiration. Wildlife, such as foxes, bunnies, and a cardinal, make an appearance along with winter berries, pine, and poinsettias.
These cards are especially meaningful to me because I chose the graphics with a nod to my grandma. She had a small sunroom on the back of her home where she spent much of each day watching the birds and bunnies at her feeders. These graphics were the perfect way to capture the scene.
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Since this Winter Recipe Card Printable wraps up the 2017 collection, I thought we could take a look back at the cards in this year’s series.
As much as I love each design on its own, I always love seeing them all together. While each one speaks to its particular season (or holiday), they look beautiful as a collection, too.
The goal for the cards was to create one for each season, totaling four designs. However, this year I opted to throw in two additional cards: one for Halloween and another for Christmas. I’m so glad I decided to do that as the holiday recipe cards were some of my favorites.
In case you missed any, you can grab the details for all the cards using the links below:
Which one is your favorite?
Also, I wanted to ask, do you like these recipe card printables? I’m trying to decide if I should with a card series in 2018. Your feedback would be greatly appreciated. Would you like more recipe cards? Let me know in the comments below.