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Making jam is one of the first things I learned when I started canning and preserving. I remember many late nights of my mom staying up late because she had a water canner going in the kitchen. There were also times when there was a juicer on the counter because she was making jelly and now it is my turn to make these memories with my children. I like to make my jam as gifts for loved ones during the holidays and I like to make them look cute. So that is why I created these printable jam labels that are easy to print on sticker paper and apply to the jam jars.

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I used Canva to create the design of the labels. Canva is an online program that is a design tool that can be used for creating presentations, social media posts, documents, brochures and more. I have the paid version of Canva but there is a free version that is great too.

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A view of jam labels on a sheet of paper sitting on a printer

Once I created the design of the label I uploaded this to a table in a Microsoft Word document so that I could easily copy and paste each of the designs to create a whole sheet.

A side view of a large Fiskars punch sitting on a table on top of a sheet of jam labels

I found that I like to use sticker paper to create the labels. I print this out with my normal inkjet printer and then use my Fiskers circle cutter to cut out the labels. If you don’t have a cutter you could just use scissors.

An above view of a large Fiskars hole punch cutting a jam label

I know there is a way to use my Cricut to cut these out as well I just haven’t figured out how to do that part yet and this works well right now.

A view of several round strawberry jam labels on a tabletop

One of the best features about Canva is that I can easily change the labels and then copy and paste them into the Word document. Canva also has a huge library of designs to choose from for each of the berry options that I added to each label.

And if you are wanting to use my label I have a link to the file on Canva (just make a copy first!)

A view of three jars of jam sitting on a white ledge with labels on top of the lids

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