Mason jar labels

Sweet and simple, but totally cute!  A craft project that can be done in 15 mins or less flat.

Step 1: Download this printable PDF with 12 different labels here!

Step 2: Print out the file on 8.5 x 11 sized paper (I used 65 lb paper for a little extra weight).

Step 3: Cut out each label using scissors or an x-acto knife.

Step 4: Place the labels on top of the lid and screw the top over the label to secure it in place.

Fill your jars with a homemade treat and decorate your jars with fabric and twine. These labels are a great way to add a little fun and personalization to a homemade gift. Enjoy! – Holly

    11 Responses to “Mason jar labels”

    1. Love this! Thank you for sharing!

    2. Genna says:

      Pretty labels! Def printing for myself :)

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    4. sol says:

      I could not download the template. It seems it has been removed from dropbox… buhh…

    5. Janet says:

      Hi! I appreciate the template but I too couldn’t download the template. I wanted to change the wording also, is that possible?

    6. Donna Payne says:

      I would love the printable but I guess it has been removed. Is it possible to get a copy still?

      Thanks so much!

    7. micaela says:

      Hi all! Download link is updated :)

    8. […] out for the tutorial and printer […]

    9. Joyce says:

      They printed out much smaller than expected. I thought they would be the size of a regular sized canning lid. They were only 1 3/4″ in diameter.

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