Surprise Dad with some delicious homemade food gifts adorned with these great looking gift labels, made just for Father’s Day! For this special occasion, I’ve gathered a roster of some of my favorite artists from around to web who have generously posted their labels and ideas (for free) for you to use. To help with some food gift ideas to bundle up under these cute and fun labels, I’ve also included some recipe ideas from previous posts that would be perfect for Dads. From Lumber Jack themed labels to the clever use of Duct Tape, there is something for everyone!
Happy Father’s Day!
Once again, my talented friend Lia Griffith has put together a generous package of printable gift wrap and tags just for Dad. Sophisticated and beautiful, these would make any gift look like a million bucks.
Try these with: A bottle of Simple Syrup – perfect for the cocktail affectionado type of Dad.
If Dad has a great sense of humor, then these manly-man labels are perfect. From phrases ranging from “Real Man’s Food” to “Only Real Men Eat Chocolate”, these tags made by Sara at Confetti Sunshine are sure to put a smile on his face.
Try these with: Peanut Butter Bacon Cookies – that seems like “Real Man’s Food”
For the Mr. Fix-it type of Dad, this tutorial for duct tape food containers with downloadable labels by the blog called Hostess With The Mostess, are a great way to use the all-purpose household material Dads are so fond of.
Try these with: Homemade Cracker Jack Caramel Popcorn Mix – held within these handy containers, you’ve got yourself the perfect treat to honor the guy who can fix anything.
These professional, wood grain patterned labels by the Elli Blog will add just the right amount of rustic touch to any food gift.
Try these with: Beer Bread with Caramelized Onions and Sage – give this bread a nice artisanal feel with these great looking labels.
If you’ve got some little helpers at your side, why not make it a craft day and have your kids draw and design something thoughtful to go along with your food gift? This great idea was brought to you by the blog Busy Days Worthwhile.
Try these with: Homemade Oatmeal In a Jar – while any homemade food gift would look great adorned in children’s art, a batch of Homemade Oatmeal In a Jar decorated with these labels would be perfect for Dad. Even better, if your kids can make some comic strips or finger paint artwork, you could use those as toppers for the jars, giving Dad a chance to admire their artwork each morning as he enjoys his oatmeal breakfast.