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Printable Christmas Labels for Your Edible Gifts

Christmas World Label

One of my favorite gift to give for the Holidays is something from my kitchen. Who doesn’t love food? It may be something I make myself, or a gourmet favorite I purchase. Either way, foodie gifts are something everyone can use. For this year’s food gifts I have designed a set of chalkboard style Christmas/Holiday labels to coordinate with the Fall set I shared with you last week. These labels are ready for you to personalize and print. The button at the end of the post will take you to worldlabel.com where the free printables are hosted. Once you download them onto your computer and open in Acrobat you can click on the text fields and update the text to your own. Simply print them onto full sheet labels and trim with scissors for your food packages and jars. For this set I used my favorite Weck Jars with the glass lids because they are also part of my gifts and can be reused rather and tossed into recycle. A gift in a gift. I want to give a big thanks again to worldlabel.com for hosting this gorgeous set of labels. Enjoy! ~ Lia

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  1. Thanks Lia!

  2. These labels are very cute. I will be using them for my Xmas gifts this year. One question..is there a way to size down the Noel label to the size of the jam label?

  3. I will be using these labels this year but need to know one thing! Where do you buy your jars? I found the website for them but wondered if you had a wholesale or discountsite sisince you seem to have so many… tia!

  4. Gorgeous!!! Can’t wait to use next year. Which World Label paper do you use? Round 3 inch or 2 inch for jars? Or, if printed on full sheer adhesive how do you cut neatly? Thanks so much for sharing!

    • I like to use the full sheet white labels (not sheer) then cut them by hand or with a circle punch. It is so hard to line up with the pre cut circle labels so this is my best option.

  5. Lady, you are so generous. Thank you so much. I appreciate you very, very much. I will be happy to show you pictures of my canning and the food labels.

  6. Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful design, Lisa. I printed of a few of them and they really made my homemade gifts look pretty and polished.

    I hope you have a blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year.

  7. Lia, New member tonight (dec.20) found the Christmas food labels.Perfect I said to my computer, and lovely. Alas i got them printed on my Nitro but all had your to whom and the product printed on them. How to print without your printing? Thank you so much. I love your blog/ jere

    • Hi Jere, hope I am not to late to respond. You will need to download the label PDF onto your computer and open it in Acrobat Reader. There you can put your own names on the labels or if you want them blank, just replace the text with a space. Let me know if you need any more assistance.

  8. WOW!!! Thank you so much for sharing you amazing talents with us!
    This is just what I was looking for! YOU saved me a lot of time! I really appreciate it!

  9. Thank you so much for these beautiful labels! They look amazing on my homemade hot pepper jelly jars! Can’t wait to print your wrapping paper and tags. I love the chalkboard look.

  10. These are beautiful and just perfect! I can not wait to try them. Thank You!!!!

  11. Thank you for sharing these! They are truly lovely.

  12. Merci, 1000 mercis, c’est génial !!! :-)

  13. Thank you SO much, these labels are absolutely beautiful and make everything big and small look fabulous. You’re a label genius!

  14. Thank you so much. You’re amazing for sharing your beautiful work with us…

    • So happy you enjoy them Fabiana!

      • Hi Lia!

        Thanks you for the incredible ideas and resources on your blog!!! I’m interesting in using your printable Christmas labels and weck jars to make gifts of loose tea. Which weck jar and coordinating label would you use for this?

        Thanks so much for your time!

        Vicki

        • I would pick the size and shape that most inspires you. There are so many to choose from. The labels are in both a large and smaller size which between the two work on most.

  15. They are so cute..Thank you..

  16. These are wonderful! Are the bigger circles a quart size mason jar size? Thanks!

  17. Thanks so much for sharing! Your artwork is beautiful.

  18. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful labels. My Christmas gifts are usually handmade and these will make my cookies and candies extra special.

  19. Thank you for sharing! What is the best product to use to adhere the labels onto the glass jars? I printed on the white matte paper recommended by Worldlabel.com, but unfortunately it is not a label.

  20. these are awesome! thank you soo much! and merry christmas!

  21. Hi,THANK YOU! I love chalkboard designs and these are perfect! You are generous for sharing. :)

  22. Hi Lia! Thanks again for another great resource for our homemade food gifts! FYI I’ve posted a link to this article on my blog at: http://homemadeforfriends.com/2013/11/29/holiday-gift-decorating/

    All the best!
    Melissa :)

  23. Awesome tags! Thank you very much! I share them on my blog: http://www.gucki.it
    http://gucki.it/2013/11/27/christmas-idea-n-3/
    Thank you!

  24. Hi Lia! I absolutely love your label, but I’m having big trouble downloading the file, do you maybe have a version for photoshop? Thank you in advance!

    • You can place the PDF file into Photoshop as it will convert. If the file is not downloading for you from World Label, contact them and I am sure they can work out the bug.

  25. Those labels are gorgeous!!! You are so talented. Also very generous to share with us. Thank you!

  26. Sorry – meant Lia, not Lila in my last comment.

  27. Hi Lila
    Love the labels and thank you for allowing them to be shared. However, when I click to download, I only get the first page – Merry Christmas – the other 6 pages are blank. I do have Acrobat.
    thank you :)

  28. Thanks for the free labels. These are to be printed on white paper, is that correct? That will take a lot of black ink. (ink is so expensive) Was hoping that it could be printed on black paper so as to not use so much black ink.

    • Yes, well unfortunately ink does not print onto black paper. It would be like using markers on black paper, they just don’t show up. My best suggestion is to take it to a FedEx Office and have them print on their laser. It is only about 60¢ a page.

      • I love your labels! Thanks again for sharing. Just so I am clear, if I send this to Fedex do I need to purchase special chalkboard labels? Or will the standard white labels print out exactly as your photos above?

  29. Hi, your job is amazing! I’d like to know what ‘s the name of the font which you use on ‘cheers’ and ‘christmas’ or maybe if it’s free, where I can download it. Thank you so much for your answer!
    xoxo

  30. These are so beautiful and inspirational! Thank you so much for sharing at our mason jar holiday party!!!

    :) Linda
    @It All Started With Paint & Mason Jar Crafts Love

  31. These are the most beautiful labels I have EVER seen! Thank you SO MUCH!

  32. Thanks !!!!

  33. Adorable! How do you change the wording on the printables? It doesn’t seem to allow that to be changed.

    • As I mentioned in the post, you have to download them and open them from your computer in Acrobat. They will not edit in your browser window. Let me know if that does not work for you.

  34. Such a cute idea!! But where in the world do you find such cute and unique jars??

  35. Thank you so much for creating these! I love them and will put them to good use next month!

  36. I keep getting a 404 error when I click on the link to download the labels. Can you help??

  37. I really LOVE your labels, but I can’t download them :(
    Can you help me??
    Thanks
    Laura

  38. These are amazing and I so badly want to print them, but are they still available the download just keeps saying server error and wont bring them up??

    • So sorry. It seems the host is having issues so you can now just get them here. Use the bottom button and give it a minute to load. Large file. :-)

  39. I have been trying to access the free printables for Christmas and I keep getting a no access to this website error message. Help- your site is awesome and I would love to use these labels..

    • Hi Claire. The host site is having issues so you can now just download them from my site using the button at the bottom. They take a minute to load once you click.

  40. LOVE !! Lia- do you have an Amaryllis template? They would gorgeous with the Christmas Labels! :)

    Please write a book and then go on tour so I can meet you in person and see you in action making your beautiful paper flowers!

  41. I found you through Pinterest. Thank you for sharing these. I can’t wait to use them.

  42. Thank you These are so beautiful, thank you for the wonderful gift i love them

  43. More lovely things. I want to make goodies for Christmas just to use your gorgeous labels!

  44. These are beautiful labels. Thank sooo much for sharing them!

    Ana Teresa

  45. Dear Lia, I’ve just shared on my blog how much I love this beautiful art work you’ve created. Hope you don’t mind – I’ve shared it giving you all the credits!
    http://ervacidreira.blogspot.pt/2013/10/etiquetas-ou-rotulos.html

    It is everything absolutely perfect and sooo sweet! Thank you so much for beig beautiful, creating beauty and sharing it generously. You’ve brightened my day.

    Love from Portugal!

  46. Dear Lia, these are so beautiful, thanks for share.

  47. Hi Lia, thank you so much for posting. I tried using page 7 but it only lets me edit once and automatically fills the rest of the labels on the page (Thanksgiving version). Is there a way to address them individually? I have several containers the same size but different contents and for different people.

  48. Thank you for sharing! These are so charming – elegant yet warm and homey. They will be perfect for my cookies (I send them everywhere!) and the chutneys I’m trying this year.

    I hope you have a wonderful Christmas and holiday season!

  49. I love the labels and will be using them for my homemade caramels. Do you sell your clip art? I would love the leaf, berry, and pinecone etc. for future projects. Could you point me in the right direction?

    • Hi Emily Jane. I don’t really sell the clip art, but I am going to be using this theme for another project or two of free printables this Christmas.

  50. WOW – just found these on Pinterest and I am beyond excited! Thanks SOOOOOO much for sharing these gorgeous labels! Have a wonderful holiday season!

  51. So lovely! Thank you for sharing your talents <3

  52. Wowzah…so pretty! Thaaaaank YOU!

  53. Lia, Your work is just beautiful! How sweet of you to share it with us lesser-talented folk. Have a wonderful Christmas in 2013!

  54. Stunning!

    Found you via the Brown Eyed Baker site. Thank you for sharing these! You have a new fan/follower. :)

  55. Maybe I am not as advanced as your other readers, but I am wondering….how do I change the text on the labels?

  56. Hi, I just came here from http://www.browneyedbaker.com/
    These are just so pretty – I am going to package some Christmas goodies in some cute jars instead of little tins. I hope I can find these jars in Canada somewhere. Can you tell me what paper you used. I just had a quick look and couldn’t see full sheet chalkboard labels – I’ll figure something out though. I still love chalkboard anything. Thank you for making my Christmas prettier this year : )

    • The chalkboard is part of my design. You only need blank white full sheet labels or you can also print onto white paper and use double stick or spray mount. So happy you found these too.

  57. These labels are beautiful. They are so “my style”. Love them. Thanks!

  58. Omg this is perfect ^_^. I have plans to give foodie gifts this year and these labels are beautiful. Thank-you for sharing them!

  59. WOW! ~ Thank you

  60. A perfect Christmas gift for gourmets!
    Thanks!

  61. will soooo gonna use them this xmas!! many thanx from greece

  62. Having issues downloading…..

    • Hi Tina, I just double checked and it seems to be working fine. The wide button at the end at the post will take you to blog.worldlabels.com where the PDFs are being hosted. There is a matching button there.

  63. WOW! These are beautiful! I am so excited to use them on my Christmas treats! Thank you for this amazing gift. I found a new blog too! Can’t wait to start exploring your site.

  64. Gorgeous! Thank you so much, you are a lifesaver!

  65. I LOVE these! I can’t wait to use them for holiday goodies, except it won’t let me download. Any chance you could email it to me??

  66. **gorgeous**

  67. Thanks Lia
    I do homemade cookies for friends and this is going to be just that little extra touch
    Thank u

  68. Hi Lia,
    YOU are amazing! Your talent just overflows with creativity! Thank you for sharing these beautiful labels, as they will be used at Christmas for sure! I wish I had the software you have to create such stunning items! Beautiful, absolutely beautiful! ~Val~

  69. Wonderful ! Nice idea to print ! Nice day

  70. Thank you for your generosity in sharing your amazing talent with those of us whose so appreciate your gift and whose own ability is stretched by downloading, changing the wording and printing your lovely work. I have used your projects at least half a dozen times and they always turn out wonderful. THANK YOU!

  71. Oh, Lia, you’ve made me swoon…I am actually rethinking my homemade holiday gift plans just so I can gift these gorgeous label designs! Thanks for allowing the rest of us to look so classy and creative!

    • Haha. You are so cute! I will be posting more tags, gift wrap and labels for holiday in the next month. I have a feeling I will carry this chalkboard theme through at least one of the sets. :-)

  72. Just went to Weck to see what sizes (3) are available in the little round bottom jars. So cute. Oh boy do I love those and so many of the others, great variety of choices. Will be ordering some of those first chance I can. So glad you told us where you got your jars.

  73. Thank you once again Lia for the excellent labels. I might change what I give this year and try to find some kind of foodie thing instead. Would be easier than what I usually do, make many many paper ornaments to give, then have to get them mailed out.
    2009 I put off having my knee replaced another week so I could get my ornaments made and ready to send on time. Hubs mailed them for me after he left me at hospital. It was already 12/14 so they needed to get sent.
    I’m having some kind of problem with our satellite internet service so not able to access the labels to download. Will have to come back. I love those weck jars, so darned cute, love the little round bottom ones. I saw on your display photo there are at least 2 sizes of them so will have to go back to their site to look again. Thanks again for your talent and generosity. Happy week

  74. Thank you! These are so beautiful, thank you for the wonderful gift.

  75. These are so awesome Lia!!! Thanks so much for all the amazing free posts these last few months!!!! Tried leaving a post on the Halloween stuff but it wasn’t posting my comment, so thank you for those too!!!! I’m doing all homemade gifts for Christmas, so this is going to be perfect!!!! Where did you get the cream/red ribbon? Can you please let me know the name of the ribbon style too (if you remember)? Thanks again!!!! You are so talented!

  76. Thanks so much for the labels! You are a blessing!

  77. WOW! These are incredible Lia! Thank you so much for sharing these . Your designs will make for some stunning holiday food gifts, and very impressed gift-recipients :) – Melissa

  78. These are gorgeous Lia!

  79. These are amazing! You are so kind to offer them as a free printable! I’ll be using them for sure!

  80. These are so beautiful Lia! I always love your creativity and style!

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