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Thursday, May 14

Fruit Jam Labels Review

It's that time of year when many people will be growing their vegetable gardens, so in the fall they can do a little canning. If you have a fruit tree, then you can also can those as well. If you don't have a fruit tree in your backyard, then you can easily go to an orchid and get as many fruits as you need.

To can in the fall, you'll need to pick up a few supplies - mason jars, lids and a canner or a larger stock pot. To label the jars, many people use a Perma Pen, but there are other options, such as using your own labels.

A few days ago, I was sent three different styles of fruit jam labels (five each) from ICustomLabel. The labels are "Homemade with Peach Jelly," "Homemade with Grape Jelly" and "Homemade with Strawberry Jelly." Each label measures 3 inches by 3 inches.

Individually, each label would cost around $1.49 each, but each style is available to buy in 12, 24, 50 and 120 packs, which can save you up 74% per label. If these jam labels aren't to your liking, well then you can just create your very own unique labels on the ICustomLabel website.

While I did plant a bigger vegetable garden this year with the purpose of canning this fall, I've never canned any fruit before. However, my grandmother has been canning grape jelly this year using grape juice, so I thought these labels would be great for her to use. Overall, the Peach, Strawberry and Grape labels are really cute with a bold & bright design that will definitely make sure your canned jellies stand out from the crowd.

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I received a complimentary sample in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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