It’s that time of year when the harvest is done and the first frosts are scheduled to arrive. You have plenty of tomatoes and other vegetables that you’d like to can and preserve for winter food supplies. While you might recognize a jar’s ingredients because of that container’s transparency, not everyone will be as familiar with the ingredients of that jar. And, unless you label a can, there’s little anyone can do – including you – to help identify the contents. What can you do to eliminate that problem?
Personal supplies or gifts of vegetables, sauces, soups or jellies that you grew and canned yourself can be dressed up with personalized canning labels. A generic label that you design can be printed out and filled in by hand. If you decide to make a large batch of jam or other foodstuff, you can create pages of a specialized label to identify that container.
Designing your own canning labels is as easy as pie, but only if you know how to create those labels. If you design and print your own canning labels, you can save a ton of money as well. Here’s now to do it: