Can-It-Forward Day Jar Labels

Click on the links below to download the .pdf file of the sticker size you require: regular mouth or wide mouth. Each size comes in two designs: the Mixed Berry Jam Label (Can-It-Forward Day recipe, just cross out the types of berries you don't use on the label) and a Standard Label - with space to write the name of the preserve and the date yourself. 
     
Print the number of sheets you require. The regular mouth labels fit AVERY 5293 stickers (24 per page) and the wide mouth labels fit AVERY 5294 stickers (12 per page). You can stick the labels onto the jar lids or onto the front of the jar - or on a separate piece of card and tie the card to the jar neck with some twine and ribbon. Write a personalised message or attach the recipe if you are giving your jars away as gifts if you like!
         
Mixed Berry Jam Label
Mixed Berry Jam Label
- Regular Mouth   DOWNLOAD
   
 Mixed Berry Jam Label
- Wide Mouth   DOWNLOAD
   
Standard Label
- Regular Mouth  DOWNLOAD
  
Standard Label
- Wide Mouth  DOWNLOAD           
Standard Label
   
        
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