Giveaway: Customized Canning Labels from Felix Doolittle

felix doolittle labels

This week’s giveaway comes to us from Felix Doolittle. They make customized stationary, book plates, return address labels, and canning labels. All the cards, stickers, and labels are illustrated with full color watercolor images by Felix Fu (the artist behind the brand!).

strawberry preserves

They make a number of different label options that are appropriate for home canners. You can get their classic canning jar labels, which come in 20 different designs (you enter the name, contents, and origin of the product when you place your order). Another option are the oval kitchen labels, which come in 32 whimsical designs and are shipped in a charming tin box.

chef medallions

If you want something a bit smaller in size, consider the chef medallions, which are available in 64 (!) different designs. They come 20 to a small silver tin and would be the perfect thing for tiny jars of preserves destined for holiday giving. All these labels are in the $25-30 price range per set.

rhubarb chutney

Thanks to Felix Doolittle, I have a coupon code and giveaway to share with you all. For 15% off your purchase of customized labels, use the code FOODINJARS15 at check out. And, to toss your hat into the giveaway of a set of the canning jar labels, a set of oval labels, and a set of chef’s medallions, here’s what you do!

  1. Leave a comment on this post and tell me what your perfect Felix Doolittle design would be!
  2. Comments will close at 11:59 pm eastern time on Saturday, July 19, 2014. Winners will be chosen at random and will be posted to the blog on Sunday, July 20, 2014.
  3. Giveaway open to United States residents only.
  4. One comment per person, please. Entries must be left via the comment form on the blog at the bottom of this post.

Disclosure: Felix Doolittle is providing the prize for this giveaway at no cost to me and additionally sent me samples for photography purposes.

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351 Responses to Giveaway: Customized Canning Labels from Felix Doolittle

  1. 51
    Jennifer says:

    Love the round labels that fit on the lids! I think that would make for such elegant gifts.

  2. 52
    Rebekah says:

    My perfect Felix Doolittle design would be lemons because everything is better with a little lemon!

  3. 53
    Karen Samson says:

    Design? I’ll take any design Felix wants to do for me. I fill the jars, they can do the label.

  4. 54
    Matt says:

    Maybe this comment won’t qualify me for a giveaway, but I cannot see spending morenthan $1 apiece for labels. I can do my own for so much less. Isn’t there a happy medium somewhere for 25 or 50 cents? These are more than the jar itself!

  5. 55
    Terry oler says:

    My labels would have a little Russett potato & say: from the kitchen of the farmer’s wife

  6. 56
    Laurie says:

    Oh my goodness…they are all so beautiful. I would have to pick the chef medallions with the flowers or the snowman. This just made jam gifts a whole lot schnazzier!

  7. 57
    Donna B says:

    I like the chef’s medallions. The barred rock rooster is lovely as is the meyer lemons. The prints are so pretty. It would difficult to decide.

  8. 58
    Jayme says:

    If I designed my own, it would have two little girls in a field. If I chose one of his, I would pick the kitchen oval with the farm scene and wheel barrow on it .

  9. 59
    Constance says:

    These labels are exquisite. I love the medallions that fit on a jar top. The basket of flowers, the blooming artichoke, the black rooster and the honeybee are all wonderful.

  10. 60
    Chyvonna Torres says:

    I would choose ‘Wild Picks’ (Chef’s Medallions). The flowers illustrated on this design are so cheerful and warm!

  11. 61
    Stella says:

    I am so excited about these beautiful labels! I would love a garden-themed set!

  12. 62
    christina says:

    i like the rooster medallion!

  13. 63
    Debbie says:

    I would love the beautiful fudge labels. Thanks for offering a giveaway.

  14. 64
    shelly says:

    Love these labels!

  15. 65
    jenni c. says:

    Oh, anything with chickens or ducks would be lovely. It gives that homestead feel even if it doesn’t directly reflect the contents, and I like that.

  16. 66
    ColleenB.~Texas says:

    This is something that I would order for myself but I must say; I do like the round labels to put on my jam and jelly canning jars.
    Thank you for this giveaway opportunity

  17. 67
    JES says:

    Mine would have a lemon since we always have citrus overload and it would get the most use…

  18. 68
    Judy T says:

    Tough choice! I like the ovals because they can include a date and a product, but need to be removed to reuse the jar.

    The chef’s medallion can fit on the top of the canning jar and are disposable with the lid once the insides are gone, but have no room for date or product.

    Choices, choices choices 🙂

  19. 69
    patricia n. says:

    I want the labels with the roosters on them. Roosters are so cool.

  20. 70
    Rose C. says:

    This are quite unique and would be a conversation piece that would peak interest about the contents inside.

  21. 71
    Marian Allen says:

    Mine would have a dancing white rabbit on them. They are really works of art!

  22. 72
    Sami says:

    It is a tough decision, they are all wonderful. I think I would choose the bunch of grapes.

  23. 73
    Sheryl says:

    I think these labels are just the thing to set your canning apart when gift giving. I love them all.

  24. 74
    Tammy B. says:

    If I had to just pick one, it would be the hearts/chefs medallion. Although, I do like the canning labels as well, I’d pick the grape theme and use them for the wild grape jelly I make every year.

  25. 75
    Denise says:

    Any, they’re all beautiful!

  26. 76
    Leslie says: hard to choose…the wrapped cookies, the beeskep or perhaps the classic strawberry?! I’d proudly take any one of them!

  27. 77
    Maryann says:

    I love these labels. They are so sophisticated. I usually just write on the top of the jar. These are so much nicer.

  28. 78
    Karen says:

    I would love to give a set to my friend with whom I can and preserve.

  29. 79
    Anita Jackson says:

    The honey bees label would be perfect for little cute jars of honey.

  30. 80
    Kath says:

    Would love a garden themed set.

  31. 81
    Johanne Hagar says:

    The Felix labels for jars would be perfect for the many jelly, jam and pickles I ‘put up’. Thank you for the offer.

  32. 82
    Liz says:

    The Felix labels are lovely as is. I live in Florida and would love to have a label with lemons and limes with blossoms and fruit. I am growing key limes and meyer lemons in the yard and want to make some curd to can.

  33. 83
    Joy says:

    The rooster design is fantastic. I rarely label with anything other than sharpie so these would be a real treat

  34. 84
    Emma says:

    I love the Fruitful Tree!

  35. 85
    Mindy says:

    These are so pretty. I think my perfect label would have a bee or an acorn on it. That way I wouldn’t have to get all OCD that the image didn’t match what was in the jar 🙂

  36. 86
    Stephanie D says:

    I love the bees, trees and berries….They are all just so beautiful!

  37. 87
    Debbie S says:

    I would order pretty oval for homemade salsa!

  38. 88
    Nevlyn says:

    My perfect design would be a picture of different colored soaps–I think that would be nice to put on my homemade soap packages.

  39. 89
    Michelle M says:

    Every single one of these labels is gorgeous. Since tart cherries was the first fruit I went totally crazy about, I think I would pick that design. But then again……

  40. 90
    Glena says:

    I love the classic canning jar labels. The medallions are great, too, and might be best for gifts. So, cute. You could pair them with the cards for gifts.

  41. 91
    Londra Fleming says:

    I love the oval kitchen labels. Good to use at holiday time when baking and sharing with others!

  42. 92
    Kerry says:

    I can a variety of things so I think I would choose the wild flowers – good for any kind of gifting!

  43. 93
    Kristen F says:

    Gorgeous labels! How pretty to put on those special jars of homemade goodness?
    I would think a label with canning jars and a bit of the mess that I make with jam would be fitting. But the available designs are beautiful.

  44. 94
    Krista says:

    I’m loving the chef’s medallions–especially the one with the little basket of strawberries on it! So sweet!

  45. 95
    Rose C says:

    Like the uniqueness of the labels. Would definitely pique the curiosity of the contents inside.

  46. 96
    Sarah says:

    Definitely the Fox Branch design. Lovely little scene.

  47. 97
    rachel says:

    I’d probably pick up the label with the dog chasing the squirrel, since right now I’m waging an epic battle against the squirrels that steal my tomatoes.

  48. 98
    Terri says:

    I am member of a group of “hens” so, the round label with the hen would fit my jars beautifully.

  49. 99
    Sarah H. says:

    Each design is lovely. What a charmingly difficult decision! I’d choose the corn label to dress up my jars of corn relish, made to carry the wonderful taste of August all through the Minnesota winter.

  50. 100
    Susan says:

    I’m in for the chicken labels!

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