Jam Wedding Favor and Four-Berry Jam Labels How-To
In honor of a family tradition, a bride canned 230 jars of four-berry jam and offered them to guests as favors.
Her letterpressed labels included a description of her jam and a brief note to thank her guests for coming.
Use our clip art to make labels for your wedding (each sheet has 21 labels).
Jam Favor How-To
1. Using decorative craft paper and a 3 1/2-inch circular craft punch, create inserts to be placed in between the jar's metal lid and screw-on ring.
2. Download our clip art for the jam labels and print onto plain paper. Use a craft knife and a metal straightedge to cut between the crop marks (do not cut all the way to the edges of the paper; this will leave the crop marks intact for subsequent cuts). Attach labels to jars with double-sided tape, or punch a hole in the corner, thread with baker's twine, and tie around the lid as shown.
3. To create the band, wrap a length of ribbon around the jar, securing with double-sided tape.
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