Use our spice labels to add to your spice bottles. They are a great way to organize your kitchen spices and to make the bottles a pretty addition to your kitchen decor.
Looking for some cute spice labels printables? You came to the right place! I just created some for my own kitchen and wanted to share them with you!
I had an antique Dr. Pepper crate that I had been using in my office to organize some of my craft supplies, but it was hidden away behind a cupboard door. It is too fun to be hidden away. Then one day I realized that it would make a perfect spice rack. I had been slowly buying my new spices in these cute spice jars from Target. They are in the spice aisle and they are made by the Simply Balanced brand. The jars fit perfectly. So…I wanted to create some printable spice labels to pretty the spice jars up so they could be displayed in my kitchen.
SPICE JAR LABELS
Don’t you think they look so pretty? Almost too pretty to use…These spice labels have held up so well. They can even be wiped off gently with a damp cloth if they get a little dirty. Or you can simply reprint another label and replace it with a new one.
With a big family, we do tend to go through some of these spices rather quickly. So we do buy a lot of our spices in bulk from Costco and then I just store the bigger bottles in the cupboard directly above these smaller bottles of spices. This way the big bottles of spices are hidden because they are pretty ugly. I just refill the smaller ones when they get low.
DIY SPICE LABELS
So far it has been a great system. It is also much easier to find the spices we need rather than trying to dig through each one in a crowded cupboard. I want to share these labels with you. Even if you don’t have a vintage soda crate to store them in, there are several different options and spice racks you can use. Or just put the round DIY Spice labels on your current spice jars to fancy them up a bit.
SPICE JAR LABELS
Here is a list of the printable spice labels included in this set:
- bay leaves
- caraway seed
- cardamon ground
- cayenne peppers
- celery salt
- chili powder
- chipotle peppers
- cinnamon ground
- cinnamon sticks
- cream of tartar
- curry powder
- dill weed
- fennel seed
- garlic salt
- ginger ground
- garlic powder
- garlic salt
- mustard ground
- mustard seed
- nutmeg ground
- onion powder
- onion salt
- pepper ground
- poppy seeds
- pumpkin pie spice
- red pepper crushed
- sesame seeds
SPICE LABEL SUPPLIES
- Avery Sticker Paper Sheets
- 1 inch round punch
- hp printer
- printer paper
- Simply Balanced Spices
WHAT SHOULD I USE FOR MY LABELS?
I tried a few different materials to print these labels on to see which material I liked the best. I used some Avery Sticker paper that came in sheets first. They work great and have been my paper of choice to print on and use for these spice labels.
If you don’t want to use a sticker paper, you can simply print these on a white computer paper. The better quality papers will last longer and have a smoother surface which is easier to clean off if needed to with a damp cloth.
HOW TO PRINT YOUR LABELS
- When you order your labels you will be sent an email with a link to the labels. You will then be able download the labels to your computer.
- Print the labels at home if you have a laser jet printer. Be sure to use high quality toner and a good clear sticker or white sticker material.
- If you do not have a printer at home or think your printer may not print in a higher quality, you can get the labels printed at a copy center using their laser printers and sticker/label paper.
- Then cut them to the proper size so that they fit onto your individual spice lids. I use a 1 inch hole punch to cut out each label. This is the fastest way to cut them. Or you can cut around each one individually with sharp scissors.
- Then simply add the stickers to the lids of your spices. Be sure the lid is clean so the stickers stick well to the surface. I like to make sure the lid is all the way on and then stick the stickers on so that the wording lays horizontally when the spice bottle in in the spice rack. This way they line up all nice and neat in the spice rack!
- To clean the label, simply wipe them gently with a damp, clean cloth.
- You can clean the inside of the containers. Just be careful not to soak the labels or get them too wet or they may peel off of your container.
- If you labels get too old or too dirty to clean properly you can reprint the labels again and replace them with new ones.
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