Spice Rub Holiday Gift


‘Tis the gift giving season.  With not only family gifts, and friend gifts, there are teachers, coaches, neighbors, business partner, hostess gifts, and on, and on, and on.  That can get pricey, so I love making gifts, usually food related of course as I tend NOT to be the most crafty gal around.

This year I was struggling to find exactly what I wanted to do, so I turned to Craftsy.  Have you taken any of their courses?  They offer a terrific selection, but the one I was drawn to…sweet and savory gifts.   Better than a magazine article or a craft on Pinterest {which I LOVE} on Craftsy you watch it  {whatever it is} being made. You can stop and go back, pause when needed, or if you are like me, watch it more than once.

The course I watched covered not only the making of the gift, but also tips to pass on to the recipient, and creative packaging as well.  The packing ideas were so much more creative than I ever wold have come up with one my own. Everything you could need to conquer gift giving season.


After watching each of the lessons once, I decided to make the spice rub.  Everything looked amazing, and I will be gifting french onion soup at some point for sure, but for a crowd of gifts, the spice rub seemed manageable to someone with a limited amount of time {yes, that would be me} 

Take your holiday traditions to a whole new level with Craftsy’s holiday gifting and cooking courses. Craftsy is also offering my readers up to 25% off a full-length Craftsy course! Whether you’re a pie perfectionist or gift-giving guru, Craftsy has something for you. Learn more about Craftsy and how to turn your ideas into reality!

Click here to get your special discount on this course! I know I will be taking more classes in the new year for sure. Who knows, I  may even become crafty.

Craftsy even is offering free recipes and printable gift tags :

           Perfecting the Pie Crust

Secrets of Slow Cooking: Mastering the Braise:

Homestyle Pan Sauces

Downloadable “Handmade with Love” gift tags 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Craftsy. The opinions and text are all mine.