Summer is that time of year that has us full of energy and excited to get outdoors and work. Yard work and gardening is one of my favorite summer past times. This year we had an excellent garden bursting full of vegetables. In addition to the tomatoes, carrots, beans, potatoes, beets, zucchini, cucumber and squash, we also had rhubarb, strawberries and raspberries. The raspberries were the most exciting of all as this was the first year we were able to use some for our first batch of raspberry jam. My garden and flower beds inspire me to paint, so I decided to create berry watercolour art. I started with a strawberry piece, then moved to raspberry and eventually rounded out the watercolour collection with blueberry and blackberry ones as well. I was excited to be able to offer free printable jam labels that you could enjoy as well.
The following mini tutorial will guide you through how create the free printable jam labels using label templates. I have designed the labels to print off well with the recommended labels. As well, you can print off the label sheets and cut out them and adhere them to your jam or jelly jar. I have not added “jelly”, “jam” or “syrup” to the labels so that they are versatile for your use.
- Avery Easy Peel Labels (Address Label Template 8162 – 14 per page)
It is as easy as going to Free Printables, clicking the Jam Label image in the Free Printables Gallery which automatically downloads the PDF to your computer. Then place one the Avery Easy Peel Labels in your paper tray and print!
Even though I share a lot of freebies and tutorials, I held back for years sharing my creations because I feared failure. As creatives, you and I can be held back due to negative thinking. It might look like comparing your ability to others or not having the confidence to pursue your creative talent or putting your creations out into the world.
Is that you? Have you ever found it difficult to cope with imposter syndrome, your inner critic, fear of failure, perfectionistic tendencies, and being hesitant to share your work?
If your answer is yes, I have a Free resource for you. It’s just a click away!
I have included four different sets of labels; Raspberry, Strawberry, Blueberry and Blackberry. Feel free to print them all or just one.
My hope is that you love these free printable jam labels as much as I loved painting them!
Before you go, don’t forget to grab your FREE Workbook – “How to Make Friends With Your Inner Critic: Recognize Fear & Step Into Confidence” so you can confidently show up and share your work
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Blessings from my house to yours,