Printable Canning Jar Labels

Printable Canning Jar Labels

By Erin Huffstetler | 08/16/2017 | 16 Comments
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Slap a pretty label on your home-canned goods, and suddenly they become gift-worthy, which is why I’m excited to announce that I have not one, but six sets of canning jar labels for you to print and use.

Canning Label Sheets

Three of the sets are fully-editable, so you can add your own text and play with the font …

Here are the editable sets.

Brown Kraft Paper Canning Labels

Brown Kraft Paper Canning Labels: Regular-Mouth | Wide-Mouth

Christmas Canning Jar Labels

Christmas Canning Labels: Regular-Mouth | Wide-Mouth

Canning Jar Labels with Bands

Canning Labels with Matching Bands: Regular-Mouth | Wide-Mouth

Canning Jar Bands

** The tops in this set are editable, but the bands aren’t.**

Canning Jar Bands

And here are three more sets of labels that aren’t editable. You’ll need to print them out and fill them in by hand.

Red, Blue and Brown Canning Jar Labels - Fronts

Red, Blue and Brown Canning Labels – Tops and Fronts: Regular-Mouth

Red, Blue and Brown Canning Jar Labels - Regular Mouth

Simple Scallop Canning Jar Labels

Simple Scallop Canning Labels: Regular-Mouth

Brights Canning Jar Labels - Fronts

Rainbow Canning Labels – Tops and Fronts: Regular-Mouth

Brights Canning Jar Labels - Regular Mouth Tops

Print Instructions:

Click on the design that you want, and wait for it to load (this may take a minute). If it’s an editable file, type your own text into the text fields. Hit “Ctrl” + “E” if you’d like to change the font or font size. Then, load full-sheet label paper into your printer, following the manufacturer instructions, and hit print.

Use Avery Label 8165 for inkjet printers, or Avery Label 5265 for laser printers.

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    • Thanks 🙂 I print them on full-page shipping labels. I invested in an adjustable circle cutter a while back to speed up the cutting process.

        • I don’t actually have a large circle punch yet. I keep hoping I’ll come across one at a yard sale. I should put that on my Christmas list 🙂 When I have canning labels to cut out, I either cut them out by hand, or use my Brother Scan N Cut (similar to a Silhouette or a Cricut). I have a Martha Stewart circle cutter that let’s you cut any size circle. It works well, but it’s more for cutting circles out of scrapbook paper, than cutting specific things out. Sorry I’m not more help. I think you managed to ask about one of the few craft tools that I don’t have yet 🙂

  1. Came up as a PDF and you can’t edit PDF files. Tried for over and hour to figure it out and no such luck. Very cute idea but didn’t work for me

  2. Erin, the canning jar labels are AWESOME! I am a canning fanatic and am always cutting out scrap pieces of paper to label the jars. Your labels are super cute and very editable!
    Thank you so much for sharing!

  3. I would like to print an entire page with only the first column of labels in the Brown Kraft Paper canning labels, leaving off the other designs. Is there a way to do this?

    • Hi Jennifer,

      Most of the canning labels are available in both regular mouth and wide mouth sizes. There are a few sets that only fit regular mouth jars. Just click on the link for the size that you need.

  4. Thank you for sharing your talent so freely. I am going to make roasted fruit jam for Christmas and these labels will complete the effect for which I am striving.
    Good thoughts from Alberta, Canada

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