For this recipe you need about three packages of strawberries (there will be some left over for munching). You will need canning tools, a stock pot, a large pot to sterilize clean glass mason jars, pectin, and lemon juice. I took plenty of pictures because I'm still playing with my new toy, so enjoy. ;)
Once the jam begins to constantly boil, set the timer for about ten minutes and stir constantly. Use a funnel to pour the jam in sterilized mason jars. Wipe the edge of the jars with a clean towel before securing the lids. Then set the jars back in the large pot of water for processing. Here in the suburbs of Boulder, I have to add time to the processing because I'm a mile up from sea level. So I left them going for about 25 minutes. You should check your altitude to make sure you don't have to make any adjustments.
There is my finished product. I ended up with two half pint jars, and two jelly jars, and then a half a jelly jar that got put in the fridge immediately. Here is my final recipe.