Round Labels in a vintage style design

Cathe Holden from has designed an exceptionally beautiful vintage label set printable on our blank Round Labels in 2.5″ size. Free for download – Free for your personal use only.

Vintage Round Labels

Free printable round labels for your laser and inkjet printers. Available in red, black, light brown, blue, green and a dark red design.

Use the these vintage designed round labels for your jars with jam, tin containers for candles, use them for wedding flavor gifts, for organizing your kitchen, for organizing your personal items or for any thing you need to make look beautiful!!!

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. Adobe Reader 9 or higher is recommended.



Flavor Box

Organize your personal item

Tin Containers for candles, candy, potpourri and more!

Organize your items

Perfect for labeling your food jars

Excellent for your glass jars for jams and preservatives



About the Artist: Cathe Holden is a seasoned graphic designer with a love for vintage style. She works from her home studio in Petaluma, California while raising her children. She also publishes a creative blog,, featuring unique craft ideas and inspiration for everyone from experiencedcrafters and designers to the novice. Cathe also shares free digital images for downloading to use in various projects.

136 thoughts on “Round Labels in a vintage style design

  1. LP

    Thank you so much for sharing your talents! These are the best that I have found thus far. What made it special is the fillable pdf. Thank you again.
    Have a blessed life!

  2. Cindy sapp

    Thank you, I am excited to try and fill in blanks. I do a lot of volunteer work at church, I’m not computer friendly. This will help me I hope . Thank you

  3. Di

    Thank you for these great labels! So many uses! I love the font you have used for the “Mike and Kylie” labels. Where can I find it?

  4. Linzi

    Hi – thanks for the labels 🙂 Ctrl and E doesn’t seem to bring up the text box now although it worked earlier?

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  6. Ann

    These are beautiful labels, but I am having trouble printing on to the world label WL350 labels as recommended. The images are not centered so when they print they go over the cut. They seem smaller than the 2.5. Any suggestions?

  7. wlmanager Post author

    Hi Ana
    Sometimes it is best to print on Full sheet labels and use a hole punch to cut out the designs.

    We would need to know the type of printer you are using, inkjet or laser in order to recommend a solution?



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  14. Sylvie/Batsade

    merci !!!! elles sont superbes et j’adore le fait qu’on puisse mettre un texte perso !

  15. Fatima Valverde

    O primeiro blog que encontro coisas tão fantásticas e com tanta disponibilidade para impressão. Muito bom mesmo!

  16. didi

    Hi. Greetings from Mexico. Thank you very much for sharing. They are really nice. People like you have been teaching me to share. Thanks again.

  17. Céline

    Thank you very much for the very friendly labels; they are the best I’ve found; thank you for sharing 🙂

    I have a problem accessing to the text box : I have a mac, I downloaded Adobe 10, I restarted the computer, I opened this document with different applications but cmd + E does not work.

    Will you help me please ?

  18. Cindy

    I want to use just one label on the entire sheet, but can’t change it, any idea how to do that? I’ve tried everything I can, not easy to change a pdf file. It would be easier if I could use it in Word, any ideas? Thank you. I want the round label in the upper right corner.

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