Printable jar labels | How About Orange

July 28, 2010

Printable jar labels

The jar labels I made for apricot butter are yours for the downloading, along with extra labels for strawberry jam, cherry chutney, and a blank label on which you can write your own recipe name. These are 2" in diameter, sized to fit on the tops of 8 oz. jelly jars. You could print them out at 100% on sticky label paper at home or have just a couple sheets printed at a copy shop like FedEx Kinkos. I used them as hang tags on this project, printing them at 85% on cardstock and punching a tiny hole at the top.

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32 comments:

second storie said...

How fun! Great colors!

tinajo said...

Looks awesome! :-)

ViiriƤinen said...

Can we have some recipes to go with them? ;)

Michele {The Scrap Shoppe} said...

Ooooh, thanks!! I can use the blank one for my freezer blackberry jam. Yum!

Jess said...

ViiriƤinen, I've updated the post to include a few recipe sites.

Grandma G said...

SWEET labels. ;)

Ashleigh said...

You are awesome!! Thank you! I am making strawberry jam this weekend so this is perfect timing!

Susan said...

Thank you so much for these! I've been on a jamming storm lately and these will be absolutely perfect!!!

Spatial Relations Consultants said...

what a great idea!

JLR Designs said...

Awesome! Thanks a bunch!!

Jenn Erickson said...

Love 'em! Your a woman of many talents! Can't wait to check out the apricot butter recipe! My mouth is watering...

Jenn Erickson said...

Oops! Would you be willing to share your recipe for Apricot Butter?

Jess said...

Yep, it's the one I linked to in the previous post:
http://howaboutorange.blogspot.com/2010/07/canning-for-beginners.html

Jenn from Much to My Delight said...

SO CUTE! Thanks! I'll be making fig jam later this summer once my tree blooms, so the blank one will come in handy.

Amy @ Living Locurto said...

Perfect! I was just doing a post about printable labels for canning. I'll link to these! Very cute:-)

Johanna said...

You've inspired me to try my hand at making jam. Yours look lovely. Thanks for the labels!

Tania said...

thanks so much!

Torrie said...

thank you!
can't wait to use them:).

lynneth said...

yay this sounds like fun

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Connie said...

Love these. Thanks so much!

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

I love these colors! I'll be making jam for the first time next month. I can't wait! Thanks so much for these, I'll be linking.

Jess said...

Thanks; enjoy!

Lauren said...

Thanks for posting! I was actually looking for a cute label just the other day, and now I have one. :)

The Tiny Homestead said...

thanks! these look great

Juliane said...

Thank you very much for this very cute labels, I used them to decorate my homemade apricot jam with it! I just blogged about it (in german):
http://schoenertagnoch.blogspot.com/2010/08/aprikosen-mandel-konfiture-mit-sherry.html

So sweet!

who is ashlee? said...

linked your blog post (two actually) in my post about making blackberry jam and labels to go with it:
http://craftsparklepop.blogspot.com/2010/09/blackberry-freezer-jam-labels.html

Love your blog. So inspiring!

Diana Deaver said...

I would love to know where you got the fabric for the covers and how I could order some. It matches my invitations perfectly! Any clues would be very much appreciated.

Jessica Jones said...

Hi Diana, it's Bloom Orange Woodland Delight, designed by Paula Prass for Michael Miller. You can Google to see if any shops still carry it.

Diana Deaver said...

Thank you oh so much for responding. Unfortunately I was not able to find it. I'm still grateful you shared the name with me!

Sarah said...

I know this post is super old, but I just made Strawberry Jam for the first time (It was a success!) and came to your site knowing I'd find some awesome labels for the lids. Thanks for not disappointing me! I also snagged the more recent write-in ones because I couldn't decide whether or not I wanted a space for the year. They're both amazing.

Jessica Jones said...

Yay!

Michi said...

We always recommend to take care about presentation of the DIY gifts; these labels are absolutely perfect for a lovely gift in a jar!

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