Preserving season is in full swing, an essential part of a traditional British summer! Hopefully when organising your preserving supplies you didn’t forget to stock up on labels, but if you did, take a look at jam fruit labels by Wares of Knutsford.
Jar labelling is important from both a practical and cosmetic point of view. Labels should identify the contents of a jar and it can be useful to include a made on or use by date, storage instructions and even ingredients, particularly if you are giving jars of home made produce as gifts or if you are selling them. However labels shouldn’t only be functional. Use them to decorate jars at a basic level. You can go further by adding ribbons, jar covers or tags. For commercial purposes this will make your product stand out from the competitions, and it will make gifts look special.
Decorative fruit labels by Wares of Knutsford
You will find a wide range of plain and decorative jam labels carefully organised into a dedicated section on the Wares of Knutsford website. A number of designs feature motifs including fruit for jam labels but also vegetables, ideal for chutneys and pickles, honey, garden tools, flags and a number of modern and graphic labels which can be easily adapted to all sorts of jar contents. There are also spice jar labels for those who like a super organised kitchen.
Most of the labels are self adhesive and come in standard and mini sizes, sold in packs of 18.
Words of Art fruit labels
The Words of Art range of labels features original watercolour designs by mother and daughter artist team Rosemary and Caroline Wagstaff. For jams and marmalades, choose a design featuring the appropriate fruit from a choice of plums, citrus fruits, apple and blackberry, oranges, cherries, oranges and lemons, fruit salad, rainbow fruits, blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries or lemon and lime. All feature a fruit border with a write on, white centre panel.
Words of Art also offer the Nature Range, featuring coloured borders in a variety of designs including polka dots, gingham, plain borders, butterflies, in colours including periwinkle, rose red, cornflower blue, ocean blue, forest green, sunshine yellow, olive green, coral and charcoal. These can serve a number of purposes and create a sense of cohesion between a range of different products. For example you could choose yellow as your signature colour, used in different designs to denote different products.