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Printable Labels for Your Foodie Fall Gifts

WorldLabelFallGiftTags Hello everyone! It is harvest time and what a perfect time of year to give a gift of your homemade food or favorite beverages. To add that personalized touch to your gifted goodies, I have designed a set of chalkboard style, fall food labels for you. These labels are also designed for you to add your own text. Just download the PDF using the button at the end of this post. The designs are hosted on the worldlabel.com blog. You will want to save them onto your computer and open in Acrobat. Note that you will not be able to see the editable text in the preview window. Once updated with your text you can print them onto full sheet labels and trim to fit your container or jar. Add a coordinating ribbon or twine to finish your look and you have the perfect host gift, birthday gift, or something extra to take to Thanksgiving dinner. I love to use Weck Jars for these gifts because of their beautiful shapes and they can be reused again and again. Thank you worldlabel.com for making these printables available. Stay tuned for the Holiday version of the food gift labels coming next. Cheers! ~ Lia

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  1. Amazing labels! Just what I was looking for, thank you x

  2. Hi Lia,
    I love these fall food gift labels and would like to use them for my canning this year. You suggested purchasing a full sheet labels and we cut your labels to the size that fits for us, however, I am not sure what TOOL I should use to cut the round and oval labels so they look nice and professional. I am new to all of this so any feedback would be helpful. I am planning to use the removable adhesive label sheets.
    Thank you,
    Claudia

  3. Oh my gosh, you are SO AWESOME! PERFECT! Thanks so much Lia. <3 so appreciated!!

    and thanks again for the GORGEOUS labels!!! :-)

  4. Hi Lia! Such beautiful labels, I can not WAIT to revamp my pantry tomorrow…. yay!

    I am wondering… I have a grocery list I want to post on my site as a printable — but am having a lot of trouble understanding how you offer that? Is it a plugin you installed for wordpress or what is your secret??? I am so hopeless when it comes to the “internet/blog” technical world! :-( lol!

    • Thanks! You can upload the printable just like a photo in media. Rather than posting it to your page though, look for the link code on the lower right. Copy that code and close out of the media box. Once back on the page or post you are writing, select the words, button, or image that you want to use for your readers to click for the download. At the top of your text box there is a link option. Select that and paste that code into that box. Choose it to open in another page and close that box. You can test it in preview before you publish it. Does that help?

  5. Hi!

    I love these but I can’t personalize on PDF, how do I change the text? i know it’s tricky with PDFs, thank you!!

  6. These are gorgeous – thanks so much!!!

  7. Hi Lia, these are lovely, thank you so much for sharing them! I am trying to print the large “thankful” jar labels for my girls teachers, and would like to input different names on each individual label, but Adobe keeps changing them to the say the same this each time I type in something new. Is there a way to do this, i.e. personalize them, or do I need to make this a little more generic?
    Thanks :)

  8. Absolutely gorgeous as ever Lia. Thank you.

  9. These are lovely. Thank you so much. I was wondering how I find out how big the one is that says fig and pear jam. I am looking to put them on top of my mason jars and I can’t tell if they will fit on regular and wide mouth ones. Also, I am only going to use those ones so how do I only select those ones? Or do I simple tell the person at fedex to print those specific ones. What kind of adhesive label do I ask that they print them on. I am such a newbie! HA HA

    • If I remember right they are 1.5 inches. They will look nice on a jar top. Yes, you got it, just tell them to only print that page for you. Make sure they print one test page first too. :-)

  10. Your designs are BEAUTIFUL! Unfortunately the button at the bottom of the post produces a PDF page that’s entirely code, no printables. HELP!

  11. Son unas etiquetas preciosas, me han encantado, probable que las use en botecitos de conserva :)
    Muchas gracias!!!

  12. Your work is beautiful!! Thanks for sharing! Unfortunately when I try to download I get an error that says that this webpage is not available. I get this same error for your Christmas food labels. Can you help?

    • Yes! There is an issue with the host site, so I have attached the files to the button at the end of the post. Just click and give it a minute to upload onto your browser window, then you can download onto your computer. Enjoy!

  13. I love your labels!!! You do beautiful work! Thanks for sharing. Unfortunately when I try to download there is an error. I even tried the Christmas food labels. Still couldn’t. Can you help?

    • Yes, I can! I have attached the filed to the button at the end of the post. Just give it a minute to upload then you can download it onto your computer. Enjoy!

  14. Hey how do I get these labels? They are darling!

    • Hi Lori. My apologies, the host is having an issue so they are now available here. Just use the button at the end of the post and give it a minute to download the large file. You can save it onto your computer from there.

  15. thanx lia I have downloaded the whole set!! kisses from greece

  16. Oh-so-pretty! Thank you so very much for sharing your lovely work with us all.

  17. Wow Lia! Both the labels and photography are gorgeous. I can’t wait to try these out on some of my homemade food gift recipes! Thanks for sharing :)

  18. They are perfect, thank you so much Lia! Kisses from Barcelona.

  19. These are lovely, thank you so much, Lia! Can’t wait for the holiday gift labels :)

  20. Lia, your labels are so beautiful! It’s still true, the best things in life are free ; ) Could you tell me the names of the fonts you used? I would love to make matching tags with my friends’ names.

    • Thanks Patty! I used quite a few different fonts in these designs. Any specific ones you are referring to? I may be posting some Fall gift tags too. (Actually you just gave me that GREAT idea).

  21. These are lovely. Thank you so much for sharing your talent and creativity. Was thinking how much I would love to have the recipes for the chai tea mix and the honey/sea salt pecans! :)

  22. simply gorgeous!!

  23. Oh my goodness! These are beautiful! Thank you for offering these. May I have your permission to publish these photos of your labels on my blog and direct people to yours to download them?

  24. Thanks Lia – really like these and looking forward to the Holiday ones too. It would be great to have one for my hand crocheted scarf gifts. Margie

  25. So so so so so so so pretty!!

  26. These are beautiful, and just in time. I have a batch of chocolate sauce ready to be gifted that would be greatly improved with these labels…thanks!

  27. I’m sure I’ve told you this before, but I ADORE your designs. These labels will get a lot of use on things leaving my kitchen as gifts. Lovely!

  28. These might be one of my favorites yet! Each one is so beautiful in its own right. I forwarded your post on to my mom–these are perfect for her. :)

    Lisa

  29. Wow! these are just beautiful, unfortunately they wont download on my computer – but I think they are amazing, thankyou for designing and allowing us to use such incredibly lively work for free, I appreciate it.

  30. Lia, they are absolute masterpiece, it is beautiful.

  31. these are simply beautiful! thank you oh so much! :)

  32. These are amazing Lia! Thank you so much!

  33. They’re beautiful!

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