Dressing up your strawberry jam!


So first things first…make your strawberry jam. I just used the recipe on the back of the surgel package, and it’s really yummy! Then pour the jams into different jars.

We can’t just leave it in jars can we… nope! Next I cut out about 4×4 inch square of scrap fabric. It doesn’t have to be perfect.
Then sandwich it in between the lid and screw on.
Next trim around the edges.
They could be left alone, but if you want to add a cute tag and ribbon, go for it!
Put adhesive on ribbon and wrap around outer edge.
Tie another ribbon or rafia to a tag and around the jar.
That’s it! Pretty simple! This would be such a fun treat to receive…so do me the honor, and go make some. Mine’s almost gone! ;) Or you can bake some bread and deliver it to your neighbors…I’m sure they’d love it!
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Jamielyn Nye

Creative director and founder of I Heart Naptime. Jamielyn aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. When she’s not creating, Jamielyn loves to chase her three little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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18 comments on “Dressing up your strawberry jam!”

  1. Beautiful! Love it. You should post the recipe.

  2. Ummm, I make it every summer..need to get things ready. Now…where IS that homemade bread recipe???
    xo bj

  3. Every year I always say I want to try this and never get around to it! Looks so yummy! Stop by the SUnday Showcase Party if you get a chance – These are just darling with the fabric!

  4. Those are so cute! I really need to make jam, thanks for the inspiration!

  5. Very Cute. That would make a sweet gift! :)


  6. I have been dying to try making jam…and now I have a way to send it off as gifts! I am following your blog now-here from the girl creative Monday party.
    -Mama E

  7. Nony (A Slob Comes Clean) Reply

    Fabulous idea of baking fresh bread to deliver it! Homemade bread with strawberry jam is one of my absolute favorite things. I could eat it as dessert.

  8. Jennifer Juniper Reply

    I remember my grandma dressing up canned goods this way :)

  9. Very pretty… and thanks for participating in our "Show off your cottage Monday"… would love to see our link here too! ;)


  10. shabbyrosetreasures Reply

    OHHHH I love little crafty projects and this is too cute , thank you for sharing,

  11. Sweet touches for the sweet delight!!

    I've been a domestic goddess this week …making new SOUTHWEST CURTAIN TIE-BACKS Stop by for a visit and viewing if you can find time! Have a great weekend.

  12. Tammy@ Not Just Paper and Glue Reply

    So pretty and very country! Your jam looks wonderful

  13. ok, I REALLY need to try making some homemade jam!! and these are too cute!

    Thanks for linking up to I'm Lovin' It! Have a GREAT weekend!

  14. too cute! I love the fabric you used! :)

  15. Allison @ House of Hepworths Reply

    You are so creative. I just love these!

    I'd love for you to share this at my party this Thursday!



  16. Mommyto3andahusky Reply

    Very cute! I found your blog while out blog hoppin' and became a follower! Super cute!

  17. i’m so enthused about your blog. i’m a sister to aprairiegirlincalifornia and i’ll be stopping by often to check in on your blog.

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