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Print rub instructions hang tags onto cardstock, as you can see I used brown kraft cardstock. Cut it out, fold over and punch a hole, then attach.

Print rub instructions hang tags onto cardstock, as you can see I used brown kraft cardstock. Cut it out, fold over and punch a hole, then attach.


Print rub instructions hang tags onto cardstock, as you can see I used brown kraft cardstock. Cut it out, fold over and punch a hole, then attach.


Thank you Kelly. Nice to keep on hand. Have a great day.


Thanks Liz! Have a great weekend. xo.


I also like making homemade gifts because of that special “personal touch.” On the other hand I also like receiving them. Thanks for sharing Kel! Another great Pin to add to my list.


Thanks so much mom! This is right up your alley. I know that as much as you like to make things like this. Let me know if you have any questions. HUGS.


Such a fabulous idea, Kelly! I’m totally doing this for Christmas this year! I also can’t wait to have my husband try the rub out when he cooks at the fire station! Looks amazing!


Thanks Sara! I appreciate it. I bet the guys/girls will love this rub at the fire station! Have a great weekend. HUGS.


just totally gorgeous


Thanks Heather. Appreciate it. xo.


What a fabulous gift idea! Thank you for the recipe and precious label. Is there a chance you could design a sheet of blank/editable labels so that we could enter our own spice names? I would LOVE to make my ENTIRE spice drawer with these jars and labels!


Hi Tracy! Thanks so much for stopping by and loving on this gift idea Unfortunately, I don’t have the program that would allow me to create a blank/editable labels. If you’re interested, for a small fee I could gladly type up the labels you need and e-mail them to you. Let me know. Thanks again! Hugs.


love this idea for gifts!!!!


These are great. I grow some of my own herbs and dry them. Thanks for the recipe. It will be great this winter.


Thanks for such great idea! Im making this one as a gift to my wedding guest. But one question. Are all you’re herbs dried? They look so green on the pictures


Hi Linn Thanks so much for your kind words. All of the herbs I used were dried. Wishing you all the best! Hugs.


[…] Homemade Savory Herb Rub from Live Laugh Rowe […]


Recently shared a yummy Roasted Pumpkin Spiced Almonds recipe — a perfect snack or recipe to whip up for gift giving! With the holidays right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about gifts {gulp}. If you’re anything like me, it’s nice to make some handmade and/or homemade gifts. I love that personal touch. Today I have a super easy (and inexpensive) homemade Savory Herb Rub to share with all of you — and fabulous printable labels to use as well!


This will take 10 minutes to make — and with the labels already created, you’ll be set for gift giving in less than 30 minutes! How perfect is that? Let’s get started on whipping this together.


Be sure to save this recipe to your personal recipe box with the button below too!


1-1/3 cups kosher salt or coarse sea salt


⅔ cup dried parsley (.4 oz bottle)


¼ cup dried rosemary, crushed


¼ cup dried shredded lemon peel


¼ cup coarse ground black pepper


2 tablespoons garlic powder


2 tablespoons dried minced onion


In a medium bowl, stir togethers salt, parsley, thyme, rosemary, lemon peel, pepper, garlic powder and onion. Divide mixture among ½ cup glass jars or gift tines, stirring occasionally as you spoon.


Cover and label jars or tins and add hang tags with directions for use.


Instructions for use as a rub: Lightly brush pork, chicken, lamb or fish with olive oil. Tub the herb mixture evenly over all sides of meat, poultry or fish. Let stand for 15 minutes. Grill or Roast.


This batch will make five 1/2 cup mixtures, with an extra 1/4 cup. The cost of herbs will vary depending on the brand and size you buy. Mine costed me less than $20. My jars were $1.69 each. That’s five gifts for under $30 and the bonus is that it’s HOMEMADE!


Supplies for packaging: Labels (kraft or color of preference), Kraft Cardstock (or color of choice), 4 oz. Glass Jars (mine are from Penzeys), String, 1/8\u2033 Hole Punch, and Scissors or Paper Cutter.


For the labels, I used OL894BK in Brown Kraft from OnlineLabels.com; however, you could easily print them on full sheet of kraft or white labels and cut them to size.


Print rub instructions hang tags onto cardstock, as you can see I used brown kraft cardstock. Cut it out, fold over and punch a hole, then attach.


Are you excited or what? I am… I’m already making a list of those I’ll be gifting this to! You’re all set to go with the recipe and printables — your task is to head to the store and pick up the spices. Happy creating, friends!


*Please remember that all printables and downloads designed by Live Laugh Rowe are for PERSONAL USE ONLY. Please do not alter the file or claim it as your own. This file is not intended for resale, nor are the printed versions of this file.


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