Friday, June 27, 2014

Strawberry Picking and Custom Canning Labels from Lovable Labels (Win!)

Strawberry picking is my favourite June activity.  A few years ago we went crazy on the berries and ended up bringing home something like 30lbs of berries and made lots of Sugar Free Stevia Jam! 

This year I had Azi on my back, and Aias delighted in helping pick and "samlpling" the berries.  Even a selective eater like Aias can't seem to resist the sweet magic that are field berries. We got fewer berries but it was a blast all the same.

Riding in the wagon, "protecting" the berries and "testing them" for "safety"


Licking strawberry juice off his tiny toes
We were going to make more this year, but decided to keep it even simpler, so we made Strawberry Coulis, Strawberry Butter, Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble, and Strawberry Muffins.

 The coulis and butter were so delicious, we decided to package them for a few friends.  To make them extra cute, we used Lovable Labels Custom Canning Labels!

Jar Toppers, Jar Labels, and Write-On Labels Pictured
You can have the labels say anything you like, but I thought "Spread the Love" was particularly cute. 

 There are three types of custom labels to choose from:

1.  Jar Toppers (includes 24 labels): Round Labels (personalized) for the tops of jars

2.  Jar Labels (includes 28 labels): Rectangular Labels (personalized) for the sides of jars

3.  Write-On Labels (includes 45 labels):  rectangle lables meant to be written on over and over again with a dry-erase marker

These labels are safe for dishwasher, microwave, fridge and freezer, and cost$14.95 per pack. 

You can also get 10% off using the code MonikaWLB

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