I don't have a big garden, but I love growing things to eat. Rhubarb grows a little too successfully, and its big leaves shade the lawn, causing it to die off if we don't pick it regularly. To use up an extra large harvest, I recently made a hot and spicy chutney with our rhubarb and shop-bought fresh root ginger. I wanted to 'prettyfy' the jars to give some as gifts. and made custom chalkboard labels.
Over on the Silhouette UK Blog today I show how I made the labels with my Silhouette® CAMEO 3, Chalkboard Cardstock and a favourite gel pen in the Silhouette Pen Holder. I used a few of these lovely circular frames designed by Lori Whitlock and a Sketch font called Sisters, designed by Riva Wilkins. I used a white gel pen to draw the frames and write the labels, a draw and cut technique.
I also added some tiny mini labels just for fun and some black and white baker's twine to finish.
Do you make preserves? If not, these labels would look equally pretty on store-bought preserves. Why not pop over to the blog and see how it's done?