Printable Christmas Tags For Mason Jars
Absolutely! You can make Christmas tags for mason jars on your own. If you make your own, you can choose between the sticker sheets or paper tags. Well, the tied tags are also fine because it depends on your intention. There are two options on how to make the Christmas tags; handmade or from a computer. If you go handmade, it will be cute using crayons. But, it is up to you because some websites allow you to edit the typings as you like. You can size up with the mason jars you have at home, as well as with the color of the foods.
Since mason jars are to store raw materials, what you should write on the tags are the names of the materials. But, you can write anything based on the concept of your Christmas gift. You won't miss writing 'Merry Christmas' for the main typing. Then, you can write things like the name of the food and the expiration date, if the jar is filled with food. If it is for cooking ingredients and in a bundle of a basket, you can write the sender's name and what's inside the mason jars.
You can already guess who are the characters you will see on Christmas tags; Santa Claus. The picture of Santa Claus usually represents his kindness on Christmas day when he distributes gifts from houses to houses. You can actually have other Christmas characters and ornaments like a snowman, reindeer, Christmas tree, Santa's hat, Holly, and pine cones. You are allowed to insert the drawing of the foods or the ingredients, such as the drawing of chocolate chip cookies and flour in a sack.
You can customize how to label mason jars. But, it should be in the right way to avoid losing track of which spices is this and that. The first thing you need to have is frightful color tapes, wipe-off labels, and neutral stickers that you can write the ingredients clearly. Then, choose the mason jars; the size, color, and material. If the color of your mason jars is dark, then you need bright-colored tapes like washi tapes. For transparent jars, you can use see-through stickers or vintage-style labels. If you have a limited number of mason jars, you can use the wipe-off ones.