Olive Label How-To and Clip Art

Martha Stewart Weddings, Winter 2011

Express your goodwill not with an olive branch but with the Mediterranean fruit itself. 

Pack glass jars (Anchor Hockings clamp-top version, fantes.com) with pitted olives. Print tag and cut to size. Last, tie one to each lid with striped twine.

Tools and supplies:

  • Cover-weight paper or card stock in white or cream
  • Metal ruler or straightedge
  • Craft knife
  • Small hole punch
  • Baker's twine

Basic How-To:

Download our PDF, type in your name and wedding date, and print.

Use a metal ruler and a craft knife to cut between the crop marks (do not cut all the way to the edges of the paper; this will leave the crop marks intact for subsequent cuts). Cut off the upper corners of the tag, and punch a hole in the center near the top edge.

Tie the tag to the jar with baker's twine.

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