Kitchen Pantry Organizing Labels

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These special ”Kitchen Pantry Organizing Labels” are designed by Catherine Auger of  Labels are in printable PDF templates and are editable. Download for free. Use for all types of labeling in your home kitchen, as pantry labels, even gift tags and much much more… Templates come pre-formatted with text, and also fillable editable PDF templates for you to personalize. Downloads are FREE

To print use Worldlabel products:

- WL-900 Multipurpose Labels

- WL-550 Multipurpose Labels

- WL-5375 Round Labels

- We suggest you use our one page labels -  print out and then cut for optimal alighnment

Labels are in editable PDF Templates – Yes, you can change font types, colors and size. Templates are cross platform and will work on you Mac, Windows and Linux operating systems. For best results use Adobe Reader 9 or highter.

To change fonts:  type, size or color, (as well as bold, italics, etc.) select Control +E if you’re using a PC or Command + E on a Mac. A toolbar will appear giving you additional text properties. Select “More” in the font properties toolbar for paragraph alignment and more.









  • Anabela Jacinto says:

    Thank you very much! Besides being lovely, they are handy, and so useful!!!

  • Belinda says:

    I try to download the blank templates but all I can download are the rectangle flag like blank template.

    The others are so adorable and I was hoping to also download them.

  • Belinda says:

    Scratch the previous comment, it is now working.


  • Heather says:

    Thank you!

  • julianna says:

    Thank you very much! this was exactly that I want it :D I´m sooo happy hehe

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  • Breanna says:

    These are so fresh and colorful! I love them!

    I’ve featured your labels here:

    Thank you!

  • Cindy says:

    Fantastic! I’d love to find a waterproof printable label…

  • wlmanager says:

    Hi Breanna

    Thank you so much -:)


  • cortney says:

    i am trying to download the fill in your own info labels…and i get them! but i cant seem to figure out how to change the font etc – i am on a mac and keep pushing command and E at the same time to no avail! help!

  • wlmanager says:

    Hi Cortney, pls make sure you are using Adobe Reader. Pls highlight the text and then press command + e at the same time. A font properties window will open up.



  • cortney says:

    ive downloaded adobe reader
    then i click on the download autofill and its opening as it did before
    then i type in my text, highlight it and
    then i press command + e and nothing except my edit lights up on top of screen but otherwise nothing
    i dont know what im doing wrong ahhh help

  • wlmanager says:

    Hi Cortney
    Pls let me know which template you are referring to.

    Thank you


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  • Vanessa says:

    I would to use these and feature them on my blog but I cannot get any of the insert different info” versions to work. Is this an ongoing issue?

  • wlmanager says:

    Hi Vanessa
    Please make sure you are using Adobe reader 9 or higher and there should be no problems with the insert different info templates.
    Please let me know if you have any problems.



  • Lou-Bow says:

    I hope you don’t mind that I shared I link to these on a recent blogpost. Really love them and think they are a brilliant idea. Thanks so much xx

  • wlmanager says:

    Thank you Lou-Bow, have a great weekend…


  • Kim says:

    When I click on download autofill for the quatrofoil labels it takes me to the download insert different info flag labels. I have downloaded Adobe Reader 9.0 and it didn’t make a difference. Can you please help me so I can download autofill quatrofoil labels.

  • wlmanager says:

    Dear Kim, thank you so much for bringing that to our attention. Please try the download link again -:)



  • Liz says:


    Thank you so much for sharing!! I’m using the download with the diff info but it’s a different font. What kind of font did you use for the “download” with info already? Thanks again!!

  • Liz says:

    I love the labels! But I’m just wondering what kind of font was used on the ‘download’ template. I want to insert different info but use the same fonts as the download (the 1st download template). Thanks in Advance!

  • Abbie says:

    My whole pantry now looks AMAZING thanks to these!! Thank you!

  • Kelsey says:

    These are fantastic but the ones where you enter new information does not have the same font as the ones that already have info entered.

  • wlmanager says:

    Kelsey :)

    yes, the ones with fonts are hand illustrated by Emily McDowell. The blank ones which you can insert different information is a standard chalkboard font one can install in Adobe reader.


  • jessica says:

    what font did you use in the pictures? thank you

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  • Leah says:

    Is there a way to center the word on the blank labels? I downloaded the set of large labels, but when I type in my word, it only aligns at the top of the label or at the bottom. Can you help me with this?

  • wlmanager says:

    Tips: For best results use Adobe Reader 9 or higher. To change fonts: type, size or color, (as well as bold, italics, etc.) select Control +E if you’re using a PC or Command + E on a Mac. A toolbar will appear giving you additional text properties like centering. Select “More” in the font properties toolbar for paragraph alignment and more.

  • dioleida fernandez says:

    gracias por compartir estan preciosas….¡¡¡

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  • Bea says:

    Hello :) I would like to use these beeeaaautiful images in my website,, can I???? I would be so grateful!! Thank you!

  • Meg says:

    best labels I’ve seen!!! THANK YOU :)

  • Peggy says:

    These are great ~ and so pretty. BUT, I have a question. I can almost bet that they won’t hold up through a dish washing sooooo what do y’all do? Do you change the label every time you wash the container? Thanks in advance for an answer. :)

  • belinda says:

    Hi Thankyou for your lovely labels. I have read that the font is hand made by Emily Mc Dowel, could you please tell me if I can down load this font and its actual name?
    The fonts I have on my computer don’t look as good, I love to use the font on the picture xxx


  • wlmanager says:

    HI Belinda, I beleive that is a hand drawn Font.

    If you use the blank labels and press control + e, a font properties window opens giving you a lot of font choices.



  • Jennifer McCook says:

    Thank you for sharing these awesome labels! They’re beautiful & I can’t wait to get started using them. Many thanks!

  • sara says:

    sono bellissime! grazie mille!
    are beautiful! thank you very much! :)

  • Christina says:

    To Belinda (and everyone else who’s wondering about the fonts):

    I, too, fell in love with the fonts on these labels so I went searching and found them! The best part is that you can download them for FREE!!! Here they are:

    Font #1: Sofia –
    Font #2: Ostrich Sans –
    Font #3: Doris Day – (This is the closest one I could find to the one on the label – everything looks the same except the lower case ‘r’).

    Font #4: Honey Script – (Just thought I’d throw in one more cute font!)

    Hope this helped!! :)

  • Christina says:

    wlmanager – thank you so much for posting these useful templates for us!

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  • Sarah says:

    Hi. Can i use this label on my jar if i were to sell my own homemade jam? Or is it just for personal use?

  • Joey says:

    These are so pretty and so useful. Love them..thank you so much.

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