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This jam really turned out great...so good that my husband actually pruned the tree to get a better yield! How he's going to keep the racoons out of the tree, I don't know! LOL!

 

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I'm big into home preserving so this layout just makes me plain happy! We do autumn berry jam using the autumn berries that grow wild all over our church property. YUMMMMM

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Fabulous LO and just love the blended faded BG and those wonderful ties around your photos. Thanks for todays freebie as well :)

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Ohhhh - this is a delicious page. Love the blended picture of hubby bearing fruit, with the bright jam photos on top. Those fruits really are small - glad your perseverance paid off.

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Lovely layout, and the jam sounds luscious - I love the jewel tones of fruit jams and jellies. I really like the frames and string wraps on your photos.

 

Your journaling brought back memories. Years ago, sometime in the mid-70's - a friend and I picked hips from beach roses in New Hampshire to make freezer jam. You don't quite pit rose hips - you peel and cut and scoop out the seeds - a very tedious process. But the fruit was free, and the jam was wonderful!

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I love the blending and the photos. We love making marmelade and chili chutney so I was very interested to see you layout.

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What a wonderful story - well done! I really like the blended photo and all the bakers twine on the supporting photos.

Have you ever made violet jelly? A friend of mine makes it every year and it is truly beautiful in the jars:) Give it a whirl if you haven't!

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What a wonderful story - well done! I really like the blended photo and all the bakers twine on the supporting photos.

Have you ever made violet jelly? A friend of mine makes it every year and it is truly beautiful in the jars:) Give it a whirl if you haven't!

 

 

Cheri, I'm definately going to look this up! I've never even heard of it, but it sounds beautiful!

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