Father’s Day DIY Gift- Daddy’s Secret Seasoning Bottles

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This Father’s Day I’m gifting Marcus a seasoning rack of his own. As you may know, Marcus is quite the cook. He loves creating his own recipes! Marinating and seasoning are his jam! Since he’s always creating delicious blends I thought having his own custom bottles of seasoning would be a great gift for him. If the Dad in your life enjoys cooking as much as Marcus consider giving him his own seasoning bottles!

Easy custom labels for Seasoning Bottles

Fathers Day- Seasoning labels
I found my bottles at my local Micheal’s craft store.I loved the idea of personalizing the bottles with labels that Marcus could fill with his own blends of seasoning. I made some labels, personalized them, cut them out and stuck them on.

Fathers Day- Seasoning jars
I figured 6 bottles to get him started would be great. He usually cooks chicken, steak, ribs, and shrimp. I also know he’s been working on a wing-rub and of course, you can’t go wrong with a season-all seasoning. My dad, actually, just passed down my grandfather’s secret season-all mix recipe so I think it’s great for Marcus to have in his own collection.

FREE! Download Seasoning Bottle Labels to DIY

Fathers Day- Seasoning- printable
While I used my Silhouette cutting machine to make my labels you can make your own too. I’ve provided a template with 6 premade labels and 6 blank labels to customize yourself. Just print on sticker paper, cut out, and stick on to whatever bottles of your choice! Download the printable

Fathers Day- Seasoning bottles
Aren’t these the cutest? Now I know he’ll be ready for grilling season with these secret seasoning bottles of his own!
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