I had so much fun having Diana from Dahlias and Dimes guest post for us on pantry organization. Today, I wanted to share some free printable pantry labels with you all to help you get started on organizing your own pantry!
I have two options for downloading this printable! The first is an SVG cut file for those that have a Silhouette or Cricut die cutting machine, and the second is printable pantry labels using an inkjet printer and Silhouette sticker sheets.
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Option No. 1 | Silhouette/Cricut SVG File
Materials You Will Need:
–Plastic Scraper or Old Gift Card
Cutting Instructions with Silhouette Studio:
- Download the SVG or DXF cut file (if you are using Silhouette Studio and DO NOT have the Design Edition you will need to use the DXF file).
- Open the file in Silhouette Studio, select the whole label (including the letter openings) and hit COMMAND (or CONTROL if using PC) + E to make them a compound path.
- Then resize the labels to whatever size you desire by changing the width or height located in the toolbar along the top of the screen (make sure you click the lock to closed before resizing, to lock the aspect ratio).
- Next, adjust your blade to the correct setting for cutting vinyl. You can view these by going to Send, then under Material, select the material you will be using(in my case this is Vinyl, Matte), then below you will see the settings for the material you selected.
- Cut your vinyl to the correct size(this file is set up to 12″x12″), and load your mat into the machine. I used my cutting mat for this, but you don’t have to. If you choose to use your cutting mat, make sure you have your cutting mat setting selected under Design>Page Setup. Set your rollers in the proper position for the mat.
- When you’re ready, click “send” and your machine will begin cutting!
Transferring to Containers:
- Once you have your designs cut, weed out(remove) all the unwanted vinyl leaving just the labels on the backing paper.
- First, use clear transfer tape (I cut mine to the size of one of my labels), and transfer your design to the tape. Note: transfer tape can be reused multiple times!
- Next, place your design on your container where desired, and use a plastic scraper or old gift card to firmly adhere your label to the container.
- Last, slowly begin to peel off the transfer tape, leaving your vinyl label on your container. That’s it!
Option No. 2 | Printable Labels Using Silhouette Sticker Sheets
These are super easy to make! Silhouette makes clear printable sticker sheets! All you have to do is print, cut and stick them! How easy is that!? They come in a pack with 8 sheets so you will have plenty left over! For printing instructions, follow the directions included on the sticker sheets package.
Need more label options? Head over to my Etsy shop for my Pantry Label SVG Bundle with 100 labels!!