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Pop! Pop! Pop!


Pop! Pop! Pop!

I did lots of canning last year and loved the popping sound of the jars sealing! Looking forward to how the garden does this year...not sure yet what I'll be putting in the canner next.

Home Canning Embellishment Biggie
Farmstead Collection



    You are right, it is one of the best sounds in the world! The only kind of green beans my daughters (who are now grown and married) like are home canned ones. your jars of food on this layout are awesome! Love the bright colors against the gray wood background. Beautiful layout.
    What a wonderful way to "preserve" your canning memories :) with this really wonderful layout! Love that you extracted your actual jars along with the tongs and placed them among the the garden embellishments!
    Such an amazing layout. I can only imagine how much work it takes to can produce, but I can only imagine how good it must taste. Congratulations! So pretty.
    Lovely! I like your cluster against the wood background. Neat photos of your produce, too.
    love your LO and that is the best sound! I should can again!
    This is awesome. I love the bg and the lovely photos. I really must google how to can all these things. Chicken, I never would have thought to do this. Also the beans. I've got to know how this is done.
    Beautiful layout, Angela. I love the way jars of canned food - especially jellies - glow like jewels. And you've showcased them wonderfully. I really like the produce woven among the jars.

    I used to can, back when I used to garden, although we did a lot more freezing than canning. I do remember the year in Nebraska when the zucchinis got away from us. I went out to pick and they were about the size of baseball bats. So I made "hamburger" pickles - each slice was just the right size for a hamburger bun, using my Grandma's bread & butter pickle recipe. They were good!

    Beautiful layout, Angela. I love the way jars of canned food - especially jellies - glow like jewels. And you've showcased them wonderfully. I really like the produce woven among the jars.

    I used to can, back when I used to garden, although we did a lot more freezing than canning. I do remember the year in Nebraska when the zucchinis got away from us. I went out to pick and they were about the size of baseball bats. So I made "hamburger" pickles - each slice was just the right size for a hamburger bun, using my Grandma's bread & butter pickle recipe. They were good!



    Hamburger pickles- that is so funny! What a great way to use those over sized zucchini...I've never used them to make pickles, I'll have to give it a try!
    Oh, my, this is gorgeous and inspiring. Your canning is amazing! I love that collection and love the way you showed it off here. Great title!!
    Oh, I love this!! I do canning also, and yours are so pretty. Great layout.