A nifty jam label generator | How About Orange

February 21, 2012

A nifty jam label generator

Since we're on the topic of jam, remember that awesome Beer Labelizer from Andy Biggs? He's made a Jam Labelizer, too. You can choose a design, pick colors, and type your own words, then download a high-resolution file for printing. On some designs you can upload your own photo so your friends can see your beaming face every time they fix some toast. These don't have to be for jam, either. Make labels for boxes of cookies, homemade presents, bookplates, and more.

Help yourself to the free designs, or donate $5 to get access to the full set (helping Andy cover the time he put into building the site, his website hosting fees, plus designing more labels). Start labelizing right here.

39 comments:

C said...

Oh wow!
what a wonderful idea! I cant wait to give all kinds of uses to this fabulous label!!!!
Thanks for sharinG!!!!!!!!

Angela , Jahrgang 1966 said...

Is great!!!! Thank you very much for the website!!!
Regards from Angela

Grandma G said...

Wow! That's really cool!

Mum

LauraLee said...

Came over from your FB post! What a fabulous idea and a $5 donation is definitely worth it!! Thanks for sharing!!

Mi-ju said...

Great! I was looking for something like this whole last summer!

Rustic Tarts said...

Hooley dooley!

able mabel said...

Whoa! It would make a jam jar look so professional!

Jenny D said...

Fabulous website - really, really special! Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful link!

Kate said...

wow! what a great find! thanks for sharing. I agree with able mabel that it would make any jam jar look fancy (i.e. professional)

emma @ frog, goose and bear said...

awesome - i LOVED that beer one - hilarious! I just need to make some jam now......

Anonymous said...

This is so cool, thanks for sharing!

Agus :) said...

So cool!! thanks so much for sharing the link, so useful (:

Kay dancingbrushpainting.blogspot.com said...

I LOVE this! It takes me forever to make my jam labels, what a time saver.

I tried to get the premium labels for $5, but alas, couldn't figure it out.

Tan said...

What a great tool! Thanks so much for this! (I can't wait to make me some jam)

allesistgut said...

This is really awesome! Thanks for sharing!

Mervi said...

This is great :)!

bold.color.glass said...

Thanks for sharing. I really love them all. The only thing I could not find is the donation option. I would happily pay for these beauties!

Patrizia said...

Fantastic! Thanks for sharing

Jessica Jones said...

Bold Color, I think the option for payment comes up after you fill out a label and choose to download it (one of the non-free ones, that is).

andybiggs said...

Hey guys, thanks for all the positive feedback. I just added label resizing. So when you are on the print screen you can now resize the labels to fit your jam jars. Hope you find that feature useful.

Jessica Jones said...

Great! Thanks for letting us know, Andy!

Happily Ever After said...

Super Cool!

Patricia Leão said...

I LOVED it! My mother in law's delicious jams will all be labeled this season! Unfortunately it doesn't accept graphic accents needed in other languages...

Flax Hill Gardener said...

Thanks for sharing this link! I just finished making tangerine marmalade and these labels will be perfect.

Trude said...

So awesome! My mom makes the most amazing strawberry jelly and she'll love these!

Patricia Leão said...

I still didn't print mine, but their tip to use regular paper ang glue it with milk is awesome!!! I tried with a piece of paper on a jar that was to be recycled and it works perfectly!

Maggie said...

Oh I love this! My husband brews beer and I have been trying to find something cute to label the different brews! I know its not as girlie as jam but it works! LOVE LOVE LOVE

take a peek at my place, borntobeblonde.com

xoxo,
maggie

Ani said...

That's so cool! Thank yoz for that (:

Amanda Y said...

Awesome, amazing, thanks for posting this!

Anonymous said...

i´ve been looking all over the internet for a nice jam label.
thank you , they are beautiful

Anonymous said...

Really nice! Well done :-)

andybiggs said...

Hey guys, Just added a new label (its a hexagonal shape) hopefully some of you will like it and want to use it on your Jam.

Anne said...

Andy, thank you so much for these!! They are simply perfect!!

Anonymous said...

I only just found these so may be a bit late but how do you stick them on? I love them and just made a batch of chutney so they're perfect!

Jessica Jones said...

You could print them on sticky label paper sheets or use spray adhesive.

Andybiggs said...

Yeah you can use spray adhesive or another technique that I use when making my home brew beer labels is milk. If you paint milk (full fat, not trim) on the back of the paper it sticks to glass great.

Also i've added another new label. This time I went for a bit of a seal or stamp effect. Let me know what you think.

Jessica Jones said...

I like that seal/ribbon one!

And, milk??! That's awesome. I'll have to try it. You must be using it with color laser-printed labels, not inkjet, right? Seems like the inkjet printing would bleed or run if it got damp?

Anonymous said...

Awesome label maker!!!! Can't figure out how to donate???? Worth the $5 for sure :)

Anonymous said...

It would make my jam jar look so " trop jolie" !

Merci beaucoup.

Elise

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