DIY Label Projects and Free Printables

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I’m not normally the most organized person in the world, I have to admit. Poor Steve could tell you stories! Labeling my world isn’t the first thing I think of when I want an activity to fill a Saturday afternoon! But there is obsessive organizational labeling, and then there is having fun and making decorative DIY labels for your home, and that’s what we have for you in this post… DIY label projects and free printables! These projects and printables are cute, fun, decor, free, and yes… I am going to use them, even in my frantic, “I don’t have time to put the cap on the toothpaste” type of days! (I actually really do put the cap on the toothpaste, but only ’cause it’s connected to the tube. :)) So it’s time for those of us organizationally challenged individuals to embrace a little structure, and hey, these are fun, so we don’t even have to think of it as organizing! And for those of you who were blessed with more organizational ability? Well, just enjoy creating for your space. Our feature photo, above, is from ‘BHG’… these free printable storage labels cover every room and need in your home! Easy! I love the pattern and colors as well… Check out the ones they have for pantry storage, I think it’s time to invest in a pack of mason jars and fire up my printer…

From ‘Eat Drink Chic’, these DIY apothecary labels are free to print out, and have cottage/vintage appeal. You can use these on colorful glass bottles as vases, as Amy suggests in her post… or as perfect vintage decor any where in the house…

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From the ‘World Label’ blog, these DIY pantry labels are colorful and fun, yet still have that vintage vibe… Seriously, Good Will is getting a visit from me to find glass jars and containers to store everything pretty now!

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Want blank labels, so you can organize any way you want? ‘Style at Home‘ has elegant printable labels in different colors with plenty of space to fill in… How about using a gold Sharpie to fancy it up?

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This one I really love… ‘The Perfect Wife’ has a decal transfer tutorial with free printables, and this effect is worth a little more effort! All you need is decal paper for your printer, and her step by step…

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‘The Chic Site’ shows us how to make these washi tape cord labels… who knew cord clutter could be made cute!

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From ‘Free the Diva’, these DIY printable vintage labels for the pantry are perfect for a farmhouse style…

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‘Redfly Creations’ has these DIY printable mix labels… plus you can print out the recipes as well!

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‘Made by Fabi’ has these DIY laundry room label printables for you… perfect place to get organized! There’s even a “lost socks” label!

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Lastly, from ‘Just Something I Made’ these DIY printable Christmas box (with directions on how to fold it!) labels and cards… had to throw this in, since the holidays are just around the corner and these were just so darn cute! She also has a Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Thanksgiving version. Enjoy!

DIY Label Projects and Free Printables

Image Credits: World Label, BHG, Eat Drink Chic, Style at Home, The Perfect Wife, Chic Site, Free the Diva, Redfly Creations, Made by Fabi, Something I Made

 

 

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Comments

  1. Andrew Smith says:

    I liked the idea No 3. My computer room is full of wires and feel irritating with mingled wires during my work. Labeling the switches will make it easier to find any wire.

  2. Samantha says:

    In the section where you talked about the vintage farmhouse style labels… above the latch lid jars, what kind of glass containers are they called? It looks like a set of old fashioned juice or milk bottles, and I love that look! Would you be able to tell me where I can find them??

    • Kathy Woodard says:

      I don’t! If you contact the blogger though the link with the jars you are interested in, they may be able to help!

    • Beverly M says:

      I believe those are called Apothecary jars and you can usually find them at Hobby Lobby or Michaels (or other craft stores) or even ebay.
      Often you can find old ones at junk or antique stores or the occasional flea market or yard sale. Good luck!

  3. I love baking and I find those labels very useful. One of my friends loves to eat baked goods and I’m planning to give her a brownie or muffin mix. Customizing gifts is my thing so, I’m so excited for Christmas.

  4. Meredith Bungard says:

    is there any way to download the vintage labels. they won’t download for me. tried copy and paste but that doesn’t work. would love to have them but box just doesn’t work for me.

    • Kathy Woodard says:

      We just checked, and you are right! There is a problem with downloading those files… We will look into it and get back to you if we find a fix!

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