Giveaway: Jar Labels from CanningCrafts

Cute mason jars labels and a giveaway from new site sponsor CanningCrafts! What more can you ask from a Monday?

We had a glorious, unseasonably warm weekend here in Philly. The balmy weather reminded me that while we’re still months away from strawberries here in the northeast, many of you down south are already well into your berry season and that it’s a perfectly reasonable time to start thinking about the 2017 canning season.

It’s a good time of year to start inventorying your empty jars, and to take a look at the pantry to see what’s all gone (I didn’t do nearly enough tomatoes last September and so that shelf is beginning to look painfully bare) and what remains. It’s also the ideal time to start thinking about getting some pretty labels for the preserves you’ll make this year.

Lately, I’ve been swooning over the labels and hang tags from new Food in Jars sponsor CanningCrafts. It’s a one-stop shop for all your jar labeling and decor needs.

CanningCrafts offers an array of labels to ensure that there’s something for everyone. You can choose between labels with blanks that allow you to write in your various preserves (good for folks who do small batches and rarely make a lot of one thing) or custom labels designed expressly for your project (a perfect solution for shower and wedding gifts – these pickle gingham ones are so cute!). They also offer hang tags, cookie kits, ribbons, and pre-cut fabric squares for decorating the tops of your jars.

I’m particularly charmed by the return jar labels. Shop owner Alison admitted that she first created these in a fit of frustration after her sister failed to give her back her jars again! I know that she’s not the only one to face that issue!

For this week’s giving, Alison from CanningCrafts is offering up five sheets of labels to three lucky winners. Each of the three winners will get to choose the labels they want from the shop! And for those of you who need labels now, Alison is offering all Food in Jars readers 10% off their order with the code FOODINJARS-MARCH2017. This coupon code expires on March 31, 2017, so get to shopping!

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122 responses to “Giveaway: Jar Labels from CanningCrafts”

    • Millie,
      Yes, our paper labels wash off easily. All you need to do is soak the jar or saturate the label with water for a few minutes. Then the label will slide right off the jar or lid without leaving a sticky residue.
      Alison

  1. I LOVE the one about canning jars don’t grow on trees! So perfect and so needed 🙂 People want more apple butter or jam or whatever, but often don’t think to give me back the jars! Come ON…

  2. These a great looking labels! I want them all, but would opt for some fairly generic ones should I be lucky enough to win. Good to know about these folks if we ever need something special for an event.

  3. I love the return labels! Generic ones are always handy as well. Nicer for giving to someone than my usual sharpie on the lid

  4. So cute! I can totally relate to the jars that wander the earth, never to return…maybe if they had those not so subtle return labels, some would make their way back home. Lucky for me I live in Amish country so have several shops nearby that keep jars stocked year round and at a reasonable price (since I’m a bit obsessed with everything canning!)

  5. The return jar labels are just what I need. Most relatives return the jars for refills; if not, no more pickled peppers. I also sell some of my canned goods at fairs and offer locals purchasers $1 off next purchase when they return the jar.

  6. The return jar labels are perfect! My family are good about saving jars for me, but I’d love to encourage others to send them back to me – especially since it also encourages reuse! I know, I know… who throws away a mason jar? Some of my friends, that’s who.

  7. It would be a difficult choice between the one that jars don’t grow on trees or the From the Victory Garden ones. So many wonderful options!

  8. I’d have a tough time choosing! Love the gingham and return labels, but they are all beautiful designs. The relish one makes me want to make relish.

  9. Really like the returned jars to me cuz they don’t grow on trees label. As many of you do, I give lots of jars away to friends, family and guests, always hunting for new jars at a reasonable price, this might help!

  10. I especially like the personalized labels – makes for easy & great-looking gifts. Will definitely check out the CanningCrafts site.

  11. I love the design of the blueberry jam and the sweet relish labels. Thanks for the giveaway – these labels are so fun, and practical.

  12. I would choose something that says “from the kitchen of”. I need something to label the items that I make so they look classier when I give them away, or just so others who use my kitchen know what’s in the jar (vanilla extract? almond extract? another mysterious kitchen experiment?) but I don’t always know ahead of time which experiments I’ll be dabbling in before plunging myself in headfirst!

  13. I’m definitely in the small batch crowd so I’d want the “CLASSIC GINGHAM CANNING LABELS” so I can have matching labels for everything. I’m so in love with the gingham, absolutely gorgeous!

  14. love the idea of return labels! i’d probably go with the fill in the blank ones, tho, since most of our jars stay at home. 🙂

  15. The “return jar to keep me jammin” is so cute! I was very frugal with my giveaways this year because of jars not returned.

  16. LOVE those return labels!! I always feel a bit sheepish when I give them as gifts… like I’m asking for a some of the gift back afterwards.

  17. I need to have the “return the jar” labels. For family members as well – a few are repeat offenders at not getting jars back to me.

  18. Without a doubt…return the darn jars! I never know how to broach the subject. This would be a great not-so-subtle reminder.

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