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For those of you whose gardens are overflowing with goodness, you may be ready to start canning some of your delicious wares.  While I sit whispering sweet nothings to my tomato plants waiting for them to grow, I see other people whose plants are growing by leaps and bounds.  For those of you with the green garden thumb and the canning bug, I’ve created these cute jar canning labels – there are 3 sizes of each design – one for fruit and one for veges.  Enjoy!  And, send me your gardening tips;) 

p.s., for those who have been paying attention – our chicken coop is almost complete (I’ll be posting pics soon) and we plan on picking up our pullets on July 9th – 3 Rhode Island Reds who will be about 20 weeks old at the time of pick-up, just ready to start laying.  I’m so super excited!!


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6 Responses to “{Free Printables} Fruit & Vege Jar Canning Labels”

  1. Toni mel says:

    I can’t seem to get these to line up on my printer paper correctly. Also, I would like to have them in regular lid and wide mouth lid size. Is this an option?
    Thank you for your help, and for creating such a cute lid label.


    • lifevents says:

      Hi Toni,
      I’m not sure what you mean by they’re not lining up on your paper. They are set for 8 1/2 x 11 full blank sheet Avery labels, so they should be able to print on those or on just a blank piece of 8.5×11 piece of paper or cardstock with no lining up. You would have to cut them out with scissors or a paper punch. I’m sorry, I only have this one size available for the lids.

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  3. Tracy Mathia says:

    I am wanting to know if I can use these as a sticker at our Local fair? Our theme is Let’s get Growing. I wanted to put on the label “Home Grown in Whitman County”. And hand them out to the kids. Please let me know Thank you if I do not hear from you II will take that as no Thank you in Advance

  4. sharon tittle says:

    These are SO darn cute and just in time for my Lemon Curd I am just about to make !

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