{Lavender Lemonade} free label and recipe

Lavender lemonade. . . the tang of lemonade with the surprising mellow flavor of lavender. It actually pairs well. I avoided lavender before; I’ve smelled too many cheap flowery lotions. But after I saw the beautiful bush growing in our garden, I decided to put first impressions behind me and try again. Lavender is such a unique combination–a sturdy, yet graceful bush. Beautiful in simplicity, but with a scent strong enough to keep it from being ignored.

These labels fit around a 9.5 oz. Starbucks frappuccino bottle. To protect it from condensation, I painted a layer of Mod Podge on the back of the label and let it dry completely before I glued it on with more Mod Podge.

Lavender Lemonade
Ingredients:
1 1/2 cups sugar
6 1/2 cups water
1 cup Freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/3 cup dried lavender, crushed with a meat tenderizer

Directions
Bring sugar and 1 1/2 cups water to boil. Add crushed lavender and remove pot from heat. Let mixture cool and refrigerate for at least an hour. Strain the mixture into a pitcher. Add the lemon juice and the rest of the water (5 cups). Serve over ice.

Click the link below to download the labels. If you follow the recipe exactly, add ice, and divide one recipe between seven bottles, the nutritional facts will be valid. 🙂

Free Printable Lavender Lemonade Label

 

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5 thoughts on “{Lavender Lemonade} free label and recipe

  1. Beautiful images, and textures! I’m definitely going to try this recipe, and thank you soooo much for those gorgeous labels! Now to find those straws! 🙂

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