If you’re planning on giving some of your canned goods as gifts, these Free Farmhouse Canning Labels are perfect for you!
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Is there anything sweeter than getting canned goods from a neighbor or friend? There’s just something about knowing that they put so much time and energy into preserving this food for you!
Plus, how amazing are canned peaches in the middle of winter?!
Free Farmhouse Canning Stickers
I’ve partnered with OnlineLabels.com to make four different canning labels for you to enjoy! You can apply them to the canning jars a number of different ways but I’ll be showing you two of my favorite.
Let’s start with the easiest way to add a descriptions to any canning jar…stickers! I made a farmhouse wreath design with the word “Homemade” at the top so that you could fill in the name of whatever you canned. There’s also a small section at the bottom to add a date.
The design works perfectly on these Brown Kraft Soap Labels since the sides can be pressed down to seal. They come in tons of different colors and types of paper too!
Iron-On Canning Labels
The second method for labeling your canning goods is my favorite if you’re planning on giving them as gifts! You can’t top the timeless elegance of a glass jar wrapped in fabric. Such a great gift!
To make these iron on canning labels, all you need is the free printable file below and a sheet of Iron-On Transfer Paper. You can use either the transfer paper for light or dark fabrics. I used the light fabric version which created a translucent label. Using the dark fabric transfer paper would make a completely solid label.
Use whichever you have on hand or like the look of better!
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Home you enjoy making these Free Farmhouse Canning Labels! I had tons of fun designing them. Don’t forget to tag me on IG if you decide to use them!