At Lia Griffith HQ, we have been having a much needed spring clean. Decanting your kitchen foods into glass jars and labeling them is the perfect way to sort a disorganized kitchen and have it looking beautiful and functional all at the same time.
These pantry label templates and jar label templates are perfect for organizing your dry produce and spices. They come in two different designs – one modern, floral, Scandinavian inspired design; the other a simple, elegant design inspired by 1940’s signage.
All these labels have matching label sizes so you don’t have to cut, punch, or trim them out – but they’re still compatible with an electronic cutting machine if you have one.
For more details and a look at Lia’s kitchen pantry in more detail, head on over to her website today liagriffith.com.
Spring is a great time to give your kitchen a little facelift. To coordinate your herb and spice jars with your Vintage Farmhouse Pantry, here are the matching labels in both chalkboard and kraft design. Designed by Lia of liagriffith.com, the round 1.5 inch labels fit perfectly onto your spice jars and lids. To use these labels, you will want to download and install the free farmhouse style fonts. Download and open your label PDF in Adobe Acrobat where you can select and replace the placeholder copy. There are three pages of labels offering you the script/block, block/script and block type. This will give you the variations you will need for most herb and spice labels. Print your PDFs onto full sheet label paper and use a 1.5 inch round circle punch to trim. You can print two sets and use one for the jar and the other to top the lid. For your matching Farmhouse Pantry Labels, visit this post.
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:
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 special ”Kitchen Pantry Organizing Labels” are designed by Catherine Auger of pumpkinandposies.com 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