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    • Thanks my friend! I really do too…it is so easy and you feel like it should have been a lot harder than it really was!

    • You are so sweet! I am not sure about that. There are some crazy talented people out there. You are one to speak girl! Thanks for the fun comment. Good to see you on here!

  1. Thanks for this wonderful recipe! Can I ask what your cooking it all in? Jam Button? :)

    :)

  2. Thanks so much for these labels Amy! I can’t wait to try making the apricot jam you just shared. We made strawberry jam late spring since our strawberry picking season is in May. We just came home with over 2 gallons of blueberries we picked and will be making Blueberry jam tomorrow (it’s SOOO good!!!). Would it be too much trouble for you to draw up & share a Blueberry Jam label? If not, it’s ok. I can try to come up with something but thought it would be nice if it matches the other labels on all the other jars, looking pretty lining up my shelves or when giving some to family/friends! :D

  3. I am in awe….. I can not wait to get me a Ball Jam Maker!! May I ask what the shelf life is, do the jars seal and keep like regular canning?

    • They do seal like regular canning jars. They get a great hot seal and I haven’t had any trouble with them sealing. They have the usual shelf life of 3-5 years.

  4. Besides strawberry and raspberry, my two most popular jams are cherry almond and jalapeño. Thank you for the cute labels.

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