Have you been looking for the perfect FREE PANTRY LABLES? Well your search stops here! I made these cute, practical gold foil pantry labels using my Cricut Explore Air 2 and am sharing the downloadable file with you plus a video showing you how to apply them.
You can make your own using a vinyl cutting machine or print, cut and laminate the labels with packing tape before sticking them to your containers. If you are in the market for a Cricut machine, I recommend this machine and supply bundle that come with everything you need to make your first projects right away. Use code APRSHIP this month to get FREE Shipping.
If you want to skip the details of my pantry labeling process and get right to downloading the labels, scroll to the bottom of this post and click the FREE PANTRY LABELS link.
Most of this week has been spent deep cleaning and organizing my kitchen with pantry labels. I wiped all of the cabinet fronts, decanted pantry items and labeled the containers.
My Pantry Containers
These are the plastic pantry containers I have. They come in a several different of sizes and are shaped for maximum storage efficiency. The containers are also airtight, stackable and have rounded corner for easy pouring.
I also have these glass lined containers for larger bulk items like rice, salt, and pasta.
Decanting Pantry Products
Decanting pantry items has become really popular lately and it simply means taking items out of on container and putting them in another.
Here are some items that I decant.
- Powdered Supplements
I’m just getting started on this project. I still have a few more labels to print, but for now, here is what’s been done and is just some of what’s included in the FREE Pantry Label file.
CLICK HERE FOR MY FREE PANTRY LABELS & WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW.