{Kitchen DIY} Rhubarb Simple Syrup & Free Printable Labels

{Kitchen DIY} Rhubarb Simple Syrup & Free Printable Gift Tags

{Kitchen DIY} Rhubarb Simple Syrup & Free Printable Gift Tags

This rhubarb simple syrup makes a great gift, especially when you add a pretty label & gift tag with a tasty drink recipe! Click on the link below to download a free printable version of the tags.

Rhubarb Syrup Labels & Gift Tags

Rhubarb Syrup Labels & Gift Tags

{Kitchen DIY} Rhubarb Simple Syrup & Free Printable Gift Tags

{Kitchen DIY} Rhubarb Simple Syrup & Free Printable Gift Tags

Supply List:

For the Packaging:

For the Syrup:

—> Click Here to Download & Print Labels <—

Instructions:

  1. Download the PDF file for the labels & gift tags. Print on 8.5″ x 11″ kraft cardstock paper.
  2. Cut out tags. Use a hole punch to make a hole in the top of each tag.
  3. Fill bottle(s) with syrup (this is much easier with a small funnel). Attach label and recipe card to the neck of the bottle using baker’s twine.

Note: Syrup should be stored in the refrigerator.

This is a great way to use up extra rhubarb, and there are so many fun ways that you can use this syrup! It is a wonderful addition to all sorts of cocktails, although the recipe I included on the gift tag for the ‘Rhubarb Fizz’ is my personal favorite. I have also added it to cake batter, drizzled it over waffles, and frozen it into ice pops – all with delicious results :)

What’s your favorite rhubarb recipe? I love it, but always end up with more than I can use in the summer!

xo~

Stacey

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