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Free printable labels for jams, conserves, preserves, jellies, or whatever you call them in your corner of the world.
I’ve recently become obsessed with making jam. Mostly so I can eat the jam. In very large quantities. What can I say? It has all of the taste benefits of eating pure sugar, but you can tell yourself that it’s very, very nutritious because, look, it has fruit in it!
(I’m going to die early. I’ve made my peace with it.)
Due to my obsession with jams and preserves, I decided to make some free printable vintage jam jar labels to share. I made labels for apple, apricot, blackberry, blueberry, boysenberry, cherry, grape, marmalade, peach, plum, raspberry, and strawberry preserves.
You can use the labels in a few different ways.
I opted for making my labels hang-tags. To do this, I printed the labels on white printer paper then glued them to a circle of brown card stock I’d cut out using some scallop scissors. I then punched a hole in the cardstock and threaded some jute twine through it to attach the label to the jar.
An easier option would be to print the labels on label paper and stick them to your jar, either on the front or on the lid.
Free printable jam jar labels
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To download, click the download button in your web browser (not via the Pinterest app, as this may result in an error). This will download a .zip file which contains the printable. To open .zip files on Windows, right click the folder, select Extract All, and then follow the on-screen instructions. On Mac, double click the .zip file and the folder will be unzipped automatically.
Important: Please click the download button/links in your web browser, not via the Pinterest app. Using the Pinterest app may result in an error.
The download button above will download a .zip folder that contains all of the labels. To download individual labels, please click the label you want below.
Clicking the links above will download a .zip file which contains the specified label in two sizes (large labels and smaller labels). To open .zip files on Windows, right click the folder, select ‘Extract All’, then follow the on-screen instructions. On Mac OS, double click the .zip file and the folder will be unzipped automatically.
If you need the labels to be a different size, this is best achieved through changing the scaling setting in your print dialogue (the little box that pops up when you click ‘print’). Look for a setting called ‘scaling’ (it may be hidden under a drop down menu, depending on your operating system).