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Free canning labels template

Canning has been a theme the past few weeks so I’m excited to share these free printable canning labels with you.

It all started with a canning night from iheartcrafting, a Chicago ladies’ crafting group. Hostess Lisa bought large boxes of lovely blueberries, fresh green tomatoes and flavorful apricots from a local farmer’s market.

Free printable canning labels

We all pitched in jars, lids, pots and labels and canned enough blueberry jam, apricot jam, and pickled dill green tomatoes for each of us to take home five canning jars.

Next up: Northern Michigan. I brought these canning labels as a hostess gift for my friend Jennie. She’s been learning all about canning, including raspberry freezer jam that needs no boiling …so much easier and no boiled fruit.

Free canning labels template

So now that you’re properly in the canning mood, let’s get to the labels! These labels were inspired by the cute label designs by Kendra at A Sonoma Garden.

My revised design involved scanning in a swatch of Anna Maria Small Gathering fabric in citrus…

Anna Maria Small Gathering in Citrus

…then I cropped in close, changed the colors in Photoshop, and typed in the labels. NOTE: Some of the photos say “Dykens Family” but the free downloadable template says “Yummy Homemade.”

Free printable canning labels template

You’re more than welcome to use this printable canning label template for free with the request that anyone using this template or design post a comment below. And if you’d like to use Kendra’s original canning labels, be sure to check out A Sonoma Garden.

Visit my etsy store for cheap and lovely personalized canning labels that YOU can personalize yourself and print year after year .

 

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Free canning labels template

Download one of my free canning label templates (pre-typed with blueberry, strawberry, salsa and relish or blank for you to hand-write). Visit my etsy store if you’d like to customize your own creations by typing into an interactive PDF (which will give you typed personalized labels rather than handwritten ones).

Free canning labels template

Print onto full-sheet sticker paper using a laser color printer. No laser color printer? FedEx Office can print them for you very cheaply.

Free canning labels template

Using your 2-inch hole punch or scissors, cut out the labels.

Free canning labels template

Peel off the label backing and stick on top of the lid of your canned goodness.

Free canning labels template

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159 Responses to “Canning label template”


  1. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Paulette, I’m glad you will be using them. Enjoy!

  2. Paulette Mann Says:

    Thank you, these lables will make my canning look so much nicer and easier to find what i’m looking for at a glance.

  3. Mirta Says:

    Really love this project, excellent and looks like fun to make. I’m going to give it a try!

  4. Kathleen Wong Says:

    I love these! I will use this for my pomegranate jelly Christmas gifts.

  5. Lisa Says:

    Thank you so much! Beautiful & I love how you made them. :)

  6. proxykat Says:

    Hmm it seems like your site ate my first comment (it was extremely long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up
    what I submitted and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog.

    I too am an aspiring blog writer but I’m still new to the whole thing.
    Do you have any points for novice blog writers? I’d certainly
    appreciate it.

  7. Louisville Air Conditioner Repair Says:

    Pretty! This has been a really wonderful post. Many
    thanks for supplying these details.

  8. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hi Tina, I used Photoshop and Illustrator. Thanks for stopping by!

  9. Tina Says:

    this is nice. what software do u use for the background design? thanks

  10. Jonathan Says:

    Perfect. These are great! I used the strawberry label as a base to draw some 3D jars for my portfolio here:

    http://www.behance.net/gallery/Original-Product-Renders/3216455.

    They link back to this site to give proper credit, I hope you don’t mind. Thanks!

  11. Lisa Says:

    Thankyou so much for your very creative jam jar labels. I have searched and searched and finallly found a very funky contemporay label that will suit my needs perfectly. I will be borrowing these for my chilli’s and relishes. Merriment Designs thanks again :)

  12. Labels Says:

    Great printable, I will be pinning this one.

  13. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Thanks, Laurie, I’m glad that you could use the canning label template. And if you’re feeling in a sharing mood, feel free to post a photo of your creation on the MerrimentDesign.com facebook page (www.facebook.com/merrimentdesign). Merry Christmas!

  14. Laurie Light Says:

    Thank you, thank you! I just flat ran out of time to design anything myself, and these are SO much prettier than anything I could find in my small town. I am so happy to have these to add to my christmas gift presentation.
    PS: Staples copy center may be my new buddy! lol

  15. Catherine Says:

    Gorgeous canning labels! Thanks for creating them, they are perfect for my needs

  16. Putri Says:

    I love this label :)

  17. Sukh Says:

    Thanks so much! You made my life so much easier!

  18. Jette Says:

    Hi ! I love your canning labels , and just downloaded a template to adorn my homemade goods with. Thank you !

  19. Arlette Clutter Says:

    These labels are too cute. Thanks so much for the free template. Have a great day!

  20. Sue Says:

    I love these…my canning will look so wonderful as gifts now. Thank you

  21. Kaitlyn Says:

    Thank you so much! I’m going to give these out as Christmas gifts this year to the neighbors!

  22. Karen Zulnke Says:

    Thank you for the labels! I love, love, love them. They are the perfect finish to my jams and make great gifts.

  23. Nance Says:

    Yeah! Finally, beautiful preserves, with beautiful labels! Thank you for generously sharing your talent.

  24. Stephanie Says:

    Thank you. These look perfect.

  25. Christina Says:

    THANK YOU! Was on the quest for some blank, pretty labels :)

  26. Michelle Says:

    LOVE these! I will definitely be using them, thanks so much!

  27. Allison Says:

    Hello! Thanks so much for creating these for us! They’re lovely! Now, I just have to learn to make my own design! Wish I knew how to us Photoshop as well as you do! I am a serious novice! Any tips on how you created yours would be greatly appreciated! Thanks again!

  28. Julie Says:

    Great ! Thanks appreciate it alot! Beauties!

  29. Wendy Says:

    Thank you very much for sharing your beautiful design! I am in the midst of learning to make and can jam for the very first time and the idea of coming up with cute labels was overwhelming me. Now, with your graciousness in sharing your designs, my lovely creations will also have pretty little labels on them all ready for holiday gift giving. Thank you!

  30. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Thanks, Becca! I really appreciate it and am now following you on twitter – your breakfast bears are adorable.

  31. becca Says:

    awesome site! i just wanted to thank you for the suggestion of adobe illustrator! My printshop software finally crashed and ive been looking for something to be able to design all my invites and labels…youre a savior! downloading the free trial now :-)

  32. Kristina C Says:

    SMILE! I am totally going to use this ;)

  33. mas Says:

    appreciate it :) thanks! :)

  34. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Thanks, Cheryl, I totally appreciate it!

  35. Cheryl V Says:

    Finally, some good looking canning labels. Love them!

  36. Giazilla Says:

    Thanks for these beautiful labels. My Lemon curd and strawberry rhubarb sauce will look even more beautiful dressed up with these.

  37. Mallory Says:

    Any woman who cans and makes her own labels in a soul sister of mine! Thanks for sharing these templates – I can’t wait till canning season!! Again, thanks.

  38. Kathy Beymer Says:

    @R.Kennedy Great! I’m glad that you could use them and I bet your canning turned out yummy.

  39. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Thanks, Koy, I love that you could use it!

  40. Koy Says:

    thanks a lot for sharing such a wonderful stuff :)

  41. R. Kennedy Says:

    First-time labels for a first-time canner. Thanks!

  42. Kathy Beymer Says:

    @hope thanks for stopping by! Glad you could use them.

  43. Hope Says:

    thank you!

  44. LB Says:

    Superb design! Thank you!

  45. Melissa Says:

    Love these!! Thank you for sharing–my canned goods will look so much “fancier” with these labels!

  46. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hey Christina, sorry missed your comment earlier. I made them with Adobe Illustrator and you can use the “clipping mask” feature to make a circle with your pattern. But honestly, if you are using a 2″ hole punch it wouldn’t matter if you made a square in PowerPoint if it was easier because you can just punch it into a circle in the end. Would love to see what you make on our flickr pool! http://www.flickr.com/groups/merrimentdesign/

  47. christina peeples Says:

    I have a question how did you fill in your shape with your pattern ? and what software did you use I’m trying to make a label as well! thank you so much for your help!

  48. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Staci, that plum sauce sounds delicious. Glad that the fabric scanning sparked some ideas – that’s great!

  49. Staci Dickson Says:

    Thank you so much for the great canning labels! My husband likes to make spicy plum sauce and give it away for Christmas. I was tired of tape and sharpie labels so I went web surfing. Your design was a perfect fit! I am also inspired to spend some time designing now. Of course I didn’t think about scanning a favorite piece of fabric and building from there! Thanks again for your designs and inspiration!

  50. Adrienne Says:

    I used this template last night to label some watermelon jelly I made for a brunch party favor. Thank you so much!

  51. Angie Says:

    I love these! I am attempting to figure out how to edit these with my mac. (Sometimes I miss my PC and MS publisher) Thank you so much for Sharing these. I have been canning a ton, and now my jars can look cute!

  52. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hi Valeri, you can use the blank ones and write on them if you want a quick label, or you can download a trial version of Adobe Illustrator and make your own. Hardest part will be adjusting the font size and placement if you don’t have the font I used installed. I can always help too – just let me know if you need it.

  53. Valeri Says:

    great site! and i hope to use the labels (and make jam). is it hard to make templates?

  54. Giulia Says:

    Thank you very much for your beautiful labels! I love them: I’m going to use them for my homemade peach jam. Giulia…from Sardinia, Italy

  55. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hi Connie, so glad that it worked for you! And congrats to your friend.

  56. Connie Says:

    I used these to decorate jams for a friend’s wedding. She wanted jam for her guest’s favors. They were really cute. Thanks so much. It made it much easier having something I could just print off.

  57. Paula Hubert Says:

    Thanks for the adorable canning labels! I used them on my fireweed jelly and they look great. Here’s a link to my blog post.
    http://thealaskanhuberts.blogspot.com/2011/08/we-be-jammin.html

    Thanks again!
    Paula

  58. Kerri Says:

    Thank you so much! These are awesome! I just made my first batch of pepper jelly with the abundance from the garden. Can’t wait to label them!!

  59. Kathryn Says:

    Thank you so much for sharing these great labels! They really express the joy I feel in preserving the glorious fruits of summer.

  60. kim from higganum,ct Says:

    thank you! these labels are quite classy looking compared to others….you are very talented….thank you again.

  61. Rachel Q Says:

    So thrilled that I learned how to edit pdf’s with my mac’s preview…( yeah I am slow and my 65 year old mom had to show me…LOL) Off to print labels for my peach butter and peach peel jelly!

  62. Jill Says:

    Hi there! Excited to use your great labels for several canning projects. Could not successfully download the large file – it just was not there. Any suggestions? Thanks!

  63. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Wow, a Ball Canning party? How do I sign up?? :) Have a great time and I’d love to see your pics on our flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/merrimentdesign/

  64. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hi Jill, thanks for letting me know. I just emailed you a copy. How’d the peaches turn out?

  65. Jill C Says:

    could not for the life of me get these to download! I ended up with 2 pages (one with printed works on them as shown and another with blank labels which is what I wanted!) was not able to print anything or copy and paste it in any way :( they are so cute and I am sitting here with 10 lbs of peaches ready to be canned!

  66. Terri Says:

    Thank you for sharing these! I have been looking for modern labels and could not believe no one had made any. I will be using these for a Ball Canning party I won. I can’t thank you enough!!!!

  67. mandy Says:

    I used the blanks to make labels for my homemade syrup. You can see them here if you want!
    http://curiouslytranquil.wordpress.com/2011/05/13/how-to-dandelion-syrup/

    Thanks so much for having this up for use!!

  68. Nams Singh Says:

    Hi,

    I love ur design for the Jams, I am making homemade Mango, Tamarind and Mint/Coriander Chutney, wanted to know how I can custom make with my own logo and name, I liked ur idea of using Sonoma;s designs and re-designing them, Would you be able to share yours with me.

    Let me know
    Nams

  69. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hi Amy, did you ever get the template to download? Let me know!

  70. Amy Says:

    Supper cute! Having a little trouble getting some of the links to open. Hope I can get it to work soon, I really want these!

  71. Colleen Says:

    I LOVE these!! Thank you so much for sharing!

  72. MsMarieH Says:

    These are so adorable. Thank you so much for sharing them so freely. I am hoping to use these for my canning next year. :)

  73. Amanda Says:

    These are gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing them. I’m using them on my first canning projects: lemon chutney, and mince pie filling.

  74. Tammy Albany NY Says:

    These are absolutely stunning! They are so classy and sophisticated and don’t at all have that “clip art” appearance. Thanks for making these for us that are computer graphically challenged!

  75. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hi Tracy, sorry that you were disappointed. The free labels are listed and I have sent you a treat in your email. Please take a look and enjoy!

  76. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hi Jen, no problem! I can make that printable sheet for your pomegranate jam. I’ll send you an email with details.

  77. Jen Couderc Says:

    Thanks for the great template. How would I go about ordering a printable sheet w/ the multi-color circles that say “Couderc Family Pomegranate Jam”?

  78. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Cute idea, Beeba. I love it!

  79. Beeba Says:

    I am going to adapt your template to use it as a label in the inside of some aprons that I am making for my nieces for Christmas – I know it isn’t jam or preserves but I think it will look fantastic and just what I am after.

  80. Diane Says:

    Prettiest I found online! Thanks for sharing!
    I’ll be using mine for my Apple Chipotle Chutney.

  81. Tamar H. Says:

    i love these & can’t wait to use them for my pepper jelly jars! thanks for posting :o)

  82. AMBER Says:

    Thank you so much. How beautiful they are and so versatile. May you be blessed for sharing your talent…

  83. Chris Says:

    Soooo pretty!

  84. Marlene Says:

    Just wanted to say thanks for the free download. I love it that I can personalize my salsa and jam!

  85. Lisa Z Says:

    I printed these to label my brother’s pepper jelly jars and everyone loved them! Thanks so much for posting them, they’re so vibrant and wonderful!

  86. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hi Melody, yeah, you can hire me to make you a set. I’ll email you…

  87. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Sure thing, Melody. Email me what you’d like the labels to say and I’ll make you a customized set.

  88. Melody Says:

    I absolutely love these. I have just made about 50 jars of jams. Can I hire you to make me some? My computer skills are lacking.

  89. Sandra Says:

    Thanks for the labels! I love the design you chose. Can’t wait to use them to label some peach jam and kosher dills.

  90. Sarah Says:

    Thanks for these labels! I’m going to use them on the peach-raspberry jam I made last week! :)

  91. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hi Michelle, your message just got cut off but if you want to hire me to customize the labels for you just email me with what you want and I’ll send you an estimate. It will be cheap :)

  92. Michelle Says:

    Love the lables! Want to dress up my jars for the fair. Can’t get the, downloaded. Bummer.

  93. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Whoa! That Jean’s Jam sounds like a Grand Champion if I do say so myself. Keep me posted :)

  94. Shelley Bennett Says:

    Thanks so much! I love the colors and design. I needed something for my jars that I’m entering in the local fair. I’ve got dill and bread & butter pickles, apricot pineapple, sweet cherry, mixed berry, raspberry jalapeno, and Jean’s Jam, a family favorite consisting of pear, pineapple, orange, and maraschino cherry

  95. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Thanks, Stephanie! I was kind of in the same situation which is why I ended up making these myself, so I’m glad that you could use them too!

  96. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hi Jennifer, glad that you could use them! And thanks for telling me about Mary Jane’s Farm. That’s a new one for me. I live in the city but would love to grow food!

  97. Jennifer Says:

    Such elegant labels – thanks so much for offering these. I’ve used them to label jams and sauces I’ve canned so far, & am waiting until the tomatoes are in season when I will no doubt have to print dozens. I’ve also shared this link with myFarmgirl friends over at Maryjanesfarm. Thanks again.

  98. Stephanie Says:

    Thank you! I’ve spent the better part of the afternoon Googling for canning labels and being disappointed at all the country/kitschy options. These are lovely, sophisticated and exactly what I’m looking for. Bravo!

  99. Stephanie Says:

    Thanks for the inspiration! I can’t imagine why I’ve never thought of scanning in an image to use on my labels. I’m going out to take photos of my raspberry bushes. They’ll be the perfect background for my raspberry jam label. Too bad I didn’t see this before I spent the afternoon stripping the bushes of all the ripe berries. Oh well, there will be more in a few days.

  100. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Ah, Linda, the salsa sounds great. I’m jealous about your tomatoes. Sadly, our tomatoes this year are about 2 feet high. Here’s hoping for warmer Chicago days ahead …we’ve certainly been getting plenty of rain!

  101. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Nice, Jamie! Let me know if you need to borrow any sticker paper.

  102. Linda Gregor Says:

    Thanks! I’m going to use these for canning salsa later this summer. My tomato plants are already 5 feet tall and growing. It looks like I’ll have a really good harvest this year!!

  103. Jamie Says:

    I’m going to print them for my fresh batch of rhubarb jam! Thanks!

  104. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Thanks, Chari! How did the personalization work out?

  105. chari Says:

    Love these! Now I have to figure out how to personalize them…

  106. Natalie Says:

    These are perfect for my freshly filled jam jars! Thanks!

  107. Sherry Says:

    So beautiful! I made pickles for the first time ever from some cukes my in-laws grew this week. Your labels are perfect for pickles!

  108. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hi Ash, you can edit the text by clicking the text tool …it looks like a “T”. Then click on the text you want to edit and go from there. If you need to move anything around, click the solid arrow tool, then click what you want to move to activate it, and you can either move it with your mouse or arrow keys. Does that help? Thanks for visiting!

  109. catherine Says:

    Thanks for these cute labels! I just made the first jam of the season-strawberry and strawberry-lemon marmalade.

  110. Ash Says:

    Hi there
    Wonderful template – I am using them for my wedding favours and I think they’re going to look fabulous!

    Many thanks

  111. Kelli Says:

    This is just what I’ve been looking for! Thanks for the tips on how to create my own. I love the colors you choose – you could easily match the color to the content.

  112. Kumari Says:

    Thank you! I am going to use these if I can ever get the download to work. I think have it figured out!! Thank you, they are beautiful!

  113. Liz Says:

    These labels are really great! I’m attempting to download and use for summer canning missions. Many thanks!

  114. Kathy Beymer Says:

    @Ellie, glad you can use it. Jam sounds great right about now… :)

  115. Ellie Says:

    Thank you! Just perfect especially for all the jam I make!!

  116. Melanie Says:

    Hi, just letting you know I will be borrowing these for my own personal use! Thanks, they’re beautiful!

  117. Saraka Says:

    Saving this for summer when fruit will be plentiful and I can make some gifts. The labels will make them all the more special. Thank you!

  118. anca oprin Says:

    Thank alot! These are adorable and it saved me alot of headache:))

  119. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hi Monica, the source file is a biggie – 98mb. I have the fabric in there at very high resolution/quality. You can try to download it again, knowing that it’s big. I’ll also email you a smaller file that has everything on one page. You’ll just want to delete out the colors you don’t want and copy/paste the colors that you do. Also, I used the Apex family of fonts. If you don’t already own that font, you’ll want to select the type and change it to a font that you do have. Thanks for visiting and commenting! :)

  120. monica Says:

    I love your design! I downloaded adobe illustrator and signed up for the one month trial, so I can customize the labels as you said. However I cannot download the source file…I have tried several times and it just hangs up and will not load. Do you have any suggestions, or can you email it to me?

    Monica (Winters, CA)

  121. kristy Says:

    thank you for sharing! I’m using the file to create labels for my Christmas presents- raspberry jam. My very first canning project!

  122. Uncle B Says:

    Thank You!

  123. Sonya Says:

    These are beautiful! I’ll link to you in my new blog post about great sites to get free downloadables.

  124. Lisa B. Says:

    I love these labels! I’ve been fighting with the Avery site designing my own with its clip-art, but these look more modern and unique. Beautiful!

  125. Marilyn Says:

    Thanks — these are great and I am using them. My husband is an avid gardener and we preserve many different items and use as gifts especially during the upcoming holidays. These labels will give our gifts a “snazzier” image. thanks again

  126. Ally Says:

    Thank you! These are great.

  127. Ally Says:

    Thank you very much! I love these labels, and will be using these soon. :)

  128. anh Says:

    these labels are great. thanks!!!!!

  129. westsidewedding Says:

    These are great! thank you so much!

  130. Sheryl Bender Says:

    I only do one canning project per year, but I am SO excited to have found these. Thank oyu for your creativity- I will definitely be using them :o)

  131. EmmaC Says:

    Hello! Just wanted to let you know that we linked to this post on Apartment Therapy: The Kitchn. Thanks!

  132. YY Says:

    Thanks a lot!! I am going to use these labels too!

  133. Joy Says:

    What a great idea!! I’m hoping to use these on my wide-mouth jars – I keep spices, popcorn, cookies, etc. in them. Thanks for sharing! :)

  134. Rachel Says:

    These are darling! Thanks so much for this, I’ll be linking.

  135. Julie Says:

    These are beautiful! Makes me want to can, just so I can use the labels. I may just label a bunch of other things, too.

  136. Kendra @ A Sonoma Garden Says:

    Super Cute! I love them!

  137. Heather Says:

    I was lucky enough to receive a few cans of this delicious jam. And I mean delicious!

  138. Nicole-Lynn Says:

    Love it! A friend of mine is doing jam as part of a wedding favor so I’ll be sure to send this to her! Thanks.


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