Free Jelly Jar Labels

Free Jelly Jar Labels

Jelly Jar Labels

“Jelly jar labels” doesn’t sound familiar?
Perhaps I should say mason jar labels, canning jar labels or just refer to them as printable jar labels.

No matter how you call them – or what you use these jars for – fact is, they will look much better with a personalised label. From a practical point of view, proper labeling saves from a lot of confusion. If you’re like me, you tend to think you will remember exactly what went in a jar and when, but that always turns out to be quite an illusion a few weeks later. There are so many things in life to remember already! Use these printable jelly jar labels to add a hand written note to your creations.

The file below, with twelve jelly jar labels, is made for regular letter paper found in standard American printers. (8.5 by 11 inches)

 

Free jelly jar labels in rainbow colours

Pastel rainbow colours, to give every jar a unique tint ànd recognise them right away. Each label has two dotted lines to mark the content and date, or whataver it is you wish to say.

Download here

 

 

The same jelly jar labels in sepia

Not so much into rainbow colours? The second printable collection shows the same labels, but in different shades of sepia brown.

Download here
 

Free printables just LOVE recycled paper!

I can not let an opportunity go by without pleading for the use of recycled paper, for everything – including all your prints and printables.

Trees are precious and it takes a long time for them to grow big. Unfortunately, it is impossible for trees to keep up with the rate at which we cut them down. A Tropical forest the size of Greece (13 million hectares) disappears every year. Even though we desperately need those same forests, to transform massive amounts of CO2 into the oxygen we breathe.

Please help save the trees and find recycled peper at your local store. Amazon also has many options to choose from, for example here and here.

 
Copyright © 2012 Dimensions of Wonder. For personal use only.

Sources:

http://ec.europa.eu/clima/policies/forests/deforestation/index_en.htm

3 Comments

  1. Thank you for these lovely labels :-D

    My wife will appreciate that I am starting to get more organized.

    Reply
  2. thank you so much for sharing.

    Reply
    • You’re welcome Milly! :-)

      Reply

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