I have been wanting to share these with you for several days but the weather has been terribly overcast and dark due to rain and then snow storms. I was waiting for the sun to come out so that I could get a better picture…but I ran out of patience and just decided to post them as is! #BloggerProblems
I have been organizing my house like a crazy person and I still have a ways to go. Probably a good thing right now since I don’t have a car due to my little accident the other day…
I cleaned out the Pantry in our kitchen, which is behind these double closet doors, and added some labels to the various containers we had in there. I had previously done some earlier organizing in the pantry a couple of years ago, but the labels were all falling apart. They had lost some letters so we began calling them by their “new” names like “Powdered Ugar” and “four”. The OCD in me needed to get that under control!
I LOVE all things typography and so I knew I would be making labels that were heavy on words and decided to go with the definitions. These are really popular and can be found all over. I simply looked up each item on the online dictionary and then used the definition (with some changes) to make each label.
This is the first set that I will be sharing! I am working on a Gluten Free set as well for myself. I have a separate cupboard dedicated to myself due to my food allergies. I will also be adding some more to this collection and would love to hear some suggestions that I should add in the next set!
I tried a few different materials to print these labels on to see which material I liked the best. I used some Avery Clear Sticker paper that came in sheets first. They were great…but…were not clear. They have a frost to them which bothered me on the glass jars. They were okay on the plastic containers if you had a white substance in them because they were not as obvious. The best material I found is the Clear Printable Sticker Material from Silhouette. It sticks well and printed on nicely.
*YOU WILL NEED TO PRINT WITH A LASER PRINTER OR LASER COPIER FOR BEST RESULTS!
This first set includes the following labels:
The bigger glass jars are Anchor Hocking jars. The plastic storage containers I picked up from Walmart but are similar to these ones if you can’t find any…Storage Dispensers. The Baking Soda jar can be found here.
To download and print the labels, simply follow the directions below. There are four different sets so be sure to download all four sets which you will find separately on the download page!
Printable Pantry Labels Set One
(flour, sugar, brown sugar, oats, rice, pasta)
Printable Pantry Labels Set Two
(popcorn, brown rice, baking soda, baking powder, confectioner’s sugar, salt)
Printable Pantry Labels Set Three
(corn meal, pancake mix, pastry flour, cereal, nuts, wheat flour)
Printable Pantry Labels Set Four
(nuts, snacks, cereal)
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*Update–Add to your Printable Pantry Labels Collection with these printable Kitchen Organization Labels…
This set of labels includes the following:
extra virgin olive oil
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