Hello! Today I’m sharing one of my last projects that I designed for the CutCardStock.blog as one of their Winter 2015/2016 Design Team Members. Check out these Pantry Labels that I made using my Cricut Explore machine You can also download the label template for free below! Here’s How to Organize and Simplify Your Kitchen Pantry.
To complete the newly organized space, I created some labels using the below supplies but I’m including FREE printables for you to print these labels and tags at home and get your space organized! Go here to get access to print these FREE printables. The free printable labels are blank so you can write in your own items.
Supplies needed to make this project using a Cricut:
- Linen card stock (Eclipse Black)
- Linen card stock (Solar White)
- Chipboard (0.22 thickness)
- Cricut medium tip black pen
My Cricut Explore did all the work writing the labels! I used the Cricut Alphabet Font and each label measures 4 x 2.5. Once the labels were cut, I adhered them together. The chipboard will help keep these labels durable (since they will be handled frequently) but the Linen card stock makes my pantry feel more elegant with its beautiful texture!
Once everything was glued together, I grabbed a hole puncher and some twine. My Cricut Explore could have cut the holes for me but it was just as easy to punch myself.
I used twine to attach the labels to the baskets and items in my pantry.
The baskets in my pantry have holes to make it easy to attach these labels.
I also made a few “Tag” labels to hang from our food stored in jars using chipboard only.
Tip: you can also cut these by hand using an old cereal box – just cut, hole punch, hand-write the label and tie to items!
I love how these labels help organize the space now!
What do you think of our Organized Kitchen Pantry?? I re-purpose large jars for food storage – these large snack jars were large pickle jars from Costco! Just wash and remove the label and you have the perfect food storage container. You can also use these for garage/office/play room storage!
Supplies to make labels:
Psssssttt…Right now I’m offering FREE access to our Digital Resource Library to all of our newsletter subscribers. Your private access includes dozens of free printable crafts, home decor and organization guides. Hurry up and snag access here! (Access instructions are sent after subscribing)
Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links or a sponsored post. All opinions are always 100% mine and I don’t partner with any product or company that I don’t use and love. Please see our Full Disclosure for more information.