I made lace jelly this week after picking the Queen Anne's Lace at my parent's farm in Wisconsin.
It's really fun to make foraged wildflower jellies. Just be very positive in identifying Queen Anne's Lace because it can be mistaken for Poison Hemlock, which is fatally poisonous. There are many sources to help one identify the safe Queen Anne's Lace plant.
I got the jars at Walmart and they are cute little jars with a jewel-cut textured side. I plan to give some away this fall or for Christmas gifts.