In a vintage chalkboard design, here is a full kit of pantry labels to add a stylish touch to your kitchen and even inside your cupboards. Designed by Lia Griffith of liagriffith.com, these labels are ready to print, trim and apply to all of your pantry jars. For those of you who have a gluten-free kitchen, Lia prepared another kit for your gluten-free baking flours and gluten-free pastas.
All of these designs can be printed onto worldlabel.com full sheet labels. The labels are designed so that you can trim then as a rectangle or follow the bracket shape of the design. One tip Lia suggests is before you begin to trim the labels, peel and replace the backer so it will come off easily once you have cut your preferred shape.
These kitchen organizing labels for your pantry and spice jar containers and canisters are designed by Emily McDowell, a illustrator, designer and truth-teller. Emily also has an Etsy Shop you should check out to see more of her great illustrations.
There are two types of labels offered. One has words on them with an awesome font designed by Emily on them and ready for you to print -:) Then we have blank labels with a default chalkboard font installed ready for you to choose which ever words yout want on the labels. This font can be changed: 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.
These really great DIY pantry and cleaner labels are designed by Gretchen, a Mother and Army wife on a journey to enjoy a simple life. Gretchen blogs at Newfashionedmom.com One of her favorite things to do is to organize everything with labels. So even thought she has a ton of items labeled already, she decided to design more and share with everyone -:)