Vintage Chalkboard Pantry Labels by Lia Griffith


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, 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 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.









If you want to match your herb and spice jars with this trendy chalkboard design, you can download that kit over at Enjoy



30 thoughts on “Vintage Chalkboard Pantry Labels by Lia Griffith

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  2. paige

    Is it possible to cut these on a silhouette? If so, how would that be done? Thanks.

  3. ana

    can you provide a blank template there a few things I would like to add like “Chia Seeds, Wheat Germ, etc… Thank You so much

  4. Chanel

    The Chalk board Pantry Label Kit does not work. Its keeps giving me an error when I click to download. Can this be fixed please? I love the labels and would like to download.

  5. wlmanager Post author

    Right click on the image that says “download chalkboard pantry label kit” and save link as. Then open, it works fine. Enjoy!


    Worldlabel team

  6. Chanel

    Still not working. Says its damaged and can not be repaired. When I tried it your way it still did not work.

  7. wlmanager Post author

    I would uninstall Adobe Reader and download a new version. Clear all your cookies. Or try donwload on another computer. There is nothing wrong with the file!

    I will email you the file..


  8. Jessica

    I am having a hard time downloading this file can you please email the downloadable images of the vintage pantry chalkboard labels!

  9. wlmanager Post author

    HI Jessica, sorry your having trouble. Please right click on download link and save file as. It should work fine 🙂

    Thank you so much

    Worldlabel team

  10. Lisa

    Is it possible to have blank chalkboard pantry labels sent? I love the labels but she has a lot of foods I don’t. Thanks!

  11. Debbie

    I love the herb/spice labels! Mine are such a mess!! Any chance of getting some blank ones (or did I not see them?) for other herbs/spices (i.e. store bought mixes or homemade mixes, etc)??

  12. Shar

    Having same problems as Chanel & Jessica. Followed your directions to correct. Getting error from Adobe that this file is damaged and can’t be opened. Would you please check the file?

  13. Erin

    I also would like some blank ones. I haven’t seen a response yet to those asking. I need Pine Nuts, Barley, Raisins and just “Pasta” as I have no idea what kind I will get month to month! If you do offer blanks, if you could let us know the two fonts used so I could duplicate?

    Thanks so much! Can’t wait to try these out!

  14. Taylor

    From the bottom of my heart, thank you so very much, having Celiac Disease I very much appreciate the Gluten Free labels, and having a daughter with autism I appreciate all of the labels as it has saved me precious time.

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  17. Kelly

    Hi Lia!! I’m a huge fan of your work, especially these vintage chalkboard labels both for herbs and jars! How can I purchase the blank sheets? And does it come with the same fonts? 🙂 (For both sets?) Thanks!


  18. Lisa

    Lia, Thanks so much for the gluten free pantry labels, they are so much prettier than the clear P-Touch strips that I have been using on my storage jars. I’d love to share a link back to the the GF Pantry Labels on my gluten free blog. Please let me know if that would be okay and if it is how you’d prefer it to be handled. I love your designs!

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  24. Donna Desforges

    I was wondering if anyone else noticed the spelling error on the small labels, “Spilt Peas” instead of “Split Peas”, kinda funny though!

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