I’m in the process of updating and organizing my pantry again and I decided to create some new Kitchen Pantry Labels in the process. I love how they add a little farmhouse charm to the canisters!
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I’ve created 42 food storage labels. They are split into three categories, Baking, Grains and Beverages/Snacks. I’ve included a variety of common pantry items. Let me know in the comments, if there is something you would like to have added.
Please Note: I created SVG Cut Files and vinyl labels for my canisters, however, the cut files are not included in this post. If you would like me to include them in the future, let me know in the comments and I will create a tutorial for the process, if there is enough interest.
CHOOSE YOUR PAPER
There are two options for paper. The first option is AVERY 18665, Clear Full Sheet Labels, which need to be cut after printing. You can use a paper trimmer or scissors for this. I use the Full Sheet Labels for flexibility with other projects. These have a slightly white transparency effect. They are not completely clear.
The second option is AVERY 22822. These labels are 2 inch by 3 inch, clear rectangular labels that do not need to be cut.
Always print a test page on plain paper.
DOWNLOAD THE FILE
**Please Note: These labels are for personal use only.**
Click on the labels below to download the file and subscribe to gain access to my free cut file & printables. You will be sent a welcome email with a password for access.
Make sure your paper size is set to letter. Always test print on plain paper to ensure everything is aligned properly. Check your printer to make sure your paper is loaded in the right direction and print. Let the labels dry for a few minutes to prevent smearing.
If you decided to purchase the AVERY 18665 Clear Full Sheet Labels, you will need to cut your labels. I recommend using a paper trimmer to keep your edges strait or you can carefully cut them with scissors.
APPLY YOUR LABELS
I like to make a small pencil mark on the top center of the container, to help me center the labels. Peel the backing, and apply the label.
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I hope these Kitchen Pantry Labels helped you with your organization project. Thanks for stopping by!