I went for simple but cute with these printables.
There's a little back story to the "Erin Made It Jam" label. My dad's mom (who we call Bama) is an expert canner and a pretty darn good seamstress. She makes us all kinds of things for birthdays and Christmas and we refer to them as "Bama Made It..." For instance "Bama Made It Jelly" or a "Bama Quilt". She made the tent I shared here. So that's where that little phrase comes from.
I wanted to add a little something in addition to the labels, so I cut a circle of fabric to attach to the lid.
I used a CD to get the size I wanted, but if you want your fabric to hand down a little more, then you could use something like a bowl or plate. I just traced around the CD with a pencil and then cut the circle out. I imagine the fabric will eventually fray, so you may want to zig zag it if you want to prevent that.
Remove your ring from your jar and lay your fabric on top centering it as best as you can.
Screw the ring back on your jar, and your fabric is attached.
I added some twine around the ring.
This is how I attached my label, but you could also do something like this:
Want to make your own? I've got printables available below for download. You can use a 1.5 inch circle punch and then a scalloped circle punch to frame the label. Here are the printables! I hope you enjoy them. :-)
All of the printables are blank, so you can either add your own name. There is also a "Made For You By..." option if you like that better than the "...Made It Jam" option.
I'm having a blast at these lovely linking parties.