Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Baker's Dozen: Print old labels!









I have two printables for you today!  The first one is so super cool...a set of paper labels from the can lids of Spry shortening, which was first introduced in 1936.  Aunt Jenny was the voice behind the product that was released in competition with Crisco.  I have about 8 of these, and I am not sure just what to do with them to keep from hiding any of their beauty, written and drawn.  I love the cartoon-like messages on them.  Recipes are on the backs of all of them.  Here are two for you!  (click that link, download and print)


The other set of goodies is from Spry's competitor, Crisco.  I have a couple of these spiral cookbooks featuring recipes from the well-known blue can.  I've also included a coupon for Dole fruit from March, 1962, and a recipe card written from one sweet lady of an estate. Here's the link for that set. (click the link, download, and print) The little kitties in this cookbook are so cute! 


2 comments:

  1. So great! Thank you so much for sharing!!

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    1. You're welcome! Aren't they so cute? :)

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