It is that time of year to do a little spring cleaning and maybe even organize your pantry. To help you organize and add a farm fresh look, we have two versions of Farmhouse Pantry Labels for you to choose from. You can pick the ever popular chalkboard style or the vintage kraft paper style and maybe even use both! These label, designed by Lia of liagriffith.com, are ready for you to add in your own text. Simply install these two free farmhouse style fonts then download your labels PDFs onto your desktop. Open them in Adobe Acrobat where you can click onto the text fields and type your text. These labels have three versions of each style; script/block, block/script and block. This should give you enough variations for every pantry label you will need. Once you have your designs ready, print onto a full sheet label paper and trim the labels. Since these are vintage style, a less than perfect trim gives it an authentic touch. Stay tuned for the coordinating herb and spice jar labels coming soon!
Hi there! It’s Ana here, from Falala Designs. Not too long ago we celebrated a birthday at our home, our sweet daughter turned one, and that gave me the idea of creating some PARTY labels! I created these with a chic girly theme, the pack has over 150 labels! Most of the labels are personalizable, this is the font I used that you can download for free.
To print use Worldlabel.com Products:
Have your kids join in on the Valentine’s Day fun with these adorable labels that you can personalize with their names and add to the packaging of your heart day treats! Designed by Lia of liagriffith.com, these labels are perfect for both boys and girls. One set shares the cuteness of woodland friends, the fox, bear, squirrel and bird while the other set appeals to the cute little monsters. Both sets can be downloaded onto your computer, opened in Acrobat and there you can add the names of your kids and their friends. Just print them onto full sheet labels, trim and attach them to your treat bags.
Oh sweet Valentine’s Day, a perfect time to personalize the gifts for your beloved. These charming kraft and watercolor labels have that look of the past, inspired by our favorite weekly show, Downton Abbey. Designed by Lia of liagriffith.com, she combines the vintage style of the kraft paper with fresh colors, delicate flowers and pretty typography. To customize your labels begin by downloading and installing the free font, Weston. Download the PDF files onto your computer and open in Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can then select the editable text and replace with your own. Print onto the full sheet white label paper and trim. These labels are sure to make your Valentine’s Day a memorable one.
Getting our houses organized is always a pleasure, and especially the pantry. These labels will not only help you organize your kitchen pantry, but make your pantry look absolutely beautiful at the same time. These pantry labels are designed by Ana from Falala Designs. They are in PDF templates ready to print on your laser or inkjet printers. Templates are pre-formatted with a font and the are editable. Yes you can personalize them. Start organizing your pantry and enjoy 🙂
To print we suggest using Worldlabel WL-175 full sheet labels and cut out the designs. For the round labels, a hole punch can be used. Or print on:
- WL-325 Round Labels
- WL-350 Round Labels
- WL-5375 Round Labels
- WL-9810 Oval labels
- WL-9830 Oval Labels
- WL-625 Multi Use Labels
- WL- 900 Address Label sized
The Holidays are coming very soon. And here is a wonderful label design to help you make your gift packages look outstanding. These FREE printable Holiday labels in a glitter and watercolor theme are designed by Ana Feliciano of Falala Designs Make sure you visit her site because you will also find some great printables for free 🙂 Designs were printed on Worldlabel standard white matte material in a Full Sheet Label size and the design cut out, the larger round label is our WL-350 and the small round label used is our WL-1025. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!
These really amazingly designed printable Christmas labels are created by Erin Rippy from InkTreePress and are free for your own personal use. Labels are in PDF templates and ready to print with your laser and inkjet printers. Some are blank and are editable, so you can fill in your own information. And don’t forget, there is a bonus pack of 18 free digital scrapbooking papers for you to download. Enjoy 🙂
To print use Worldlabel.com products:
- WL-350 Round Labels
- WL-5375 Round Labels
- WL-550 Multipurpose
- WL-675 Multipurpose
- WL-175 Full Sheet Labels – you can cut out the designs, and for the round labels, use a hole punch
This is the time of year for gatherings and dinners with friends and family and it is the time of harvest. Food gifts, either homemade or purchased, are perfect for the hostess gift, a fall birthday or as an added treat for the Thanksgiving feast. To help you personalize and package your fall food gifts, Lia of liagriffith.com has designed this set of chalkboard style labels for both food and beverage gifts. These can be easily personalized when you open the free PDF download, then printed onto a full sheet label paper. Lia shares some ideas for finishing with ribbons or twine in her photos below so that you can have that perfect personalized gifts this fall season.
Labels are ready to be personalized and are in editable PDF templates. We suggest printing on our full sheet labels and cutting out the designs!
FREE printable Binder Labels in a vintage style by Cathe Holden of JustsomethingImade.com
Whether you’re organizing recipes, clippings, business papers, or schoolwork, binders can be the ideal office supply to keep things tidy. In my effort to organize craft classes and workshops, I picked up some binders and spiral notebooks in plain kraft material and designed binder labels in colors to coordinate with my studio and to share with you, courtesy of WorldLabel.com.
In the files here you will find labels for 1″, 1.5″ and 2″ binders, in both plain and with a flower blossom. Print to full sheet label stock, then handwrite contents between the dotted lines. Or follow directions below for typing directly into files. You can also use your image editing software to add text larger than the auto fields allow if your savvy with the software.
To cut out labels, trim along the outer rectangle of labels with a paper cutter, or straight edge and craft knife, then cut notches and corners with scissors. Once the labels are adhered, embellish with stickers, rubber stamps, or leave plain.
It is back to school time already! To add a personal touch to your child’s lunch, we have some adorable labels for you. This sheet of labels, illustrated and designed by liagriffith.com, includes 6 labels that you can personalize with your child’s name when opening the PDF and 8 face labels for both decorating fruit or adding a cute smile to any lunch item. This PDF uses a free font from fontsquirrel.com called Quicksand. You will want to download it from here and install before you open the PDF. Once you have personalized your labels you can print the design onto a full sheet label paper. Just trim with pinking sheers for a fun edge or regular scissors and trim the fruit faces with a 1.5 inch punch. These are sure to bring lunchtime delight!