Organize your pantry with this set of free printable pantry labels. Inspired by the super-popular Rae Dunn farmhouse line of products.
Free Printable Pantry Labels: Rae Dunn Farmhouse Inspired
We are finally settling into our new apartment after selling (practically) everything we owned and moving across the country…twice. We have purchased a few key pieces of furniture and decided where everything should go. Now for the fun part. Organizing everything! Starting with the pantry. Because, with two growing boys in the house, that sucker gets a lot of use! To make life easier, I’ve created this set of free printable pantry labels that were inspired by the simple designs of Rae Dunn.
The best thing about these free printable labels is that you don’t need a fancy vinyl cutting machine to use them! Nope. Just get yourself some Silhouette Printable Clear Sticker Paper (also available in white, if that’s your thing), download the labels below, fire up your home printer, and you’re good to go!
When printing the labels using the Silhouette paper, be sure to follow the directions on the package for best results.
You may need to print a couple of test sheets and adjust your printer settings to ensure you end up with a beautiful final product. Print one sheet at a time. Oh, and let the label sheet dry completely (about 15 minutes) after printing, before cutting/adhering to your container. You may also want to cover the label (after applying) with a piece of clear packing tape to avoid smearing.
*Note: these labels are NOT waterproof and will streak if they come in contact with liquids.
The best containers for organizing your pantry
OXO containers are a popular choice for pantry organization, because of their airtight seal. They can be a bit pricey, so it helps if you only purchase a few at a time if your budget is tight. In case you are wondering, I use this set of food storage containers, which also has an airtight seal, and was a smidge cheaper.
The best way to cut out the labels is to use an X-Acto knife and a cutting mat, however, I just used scissors, because… #notcrafty. Admittedly, my edges would have ended up less jagged if I had used the proper tools.
Free labels included in this set
- Corn Starch
- Brown Sugar
- Powdered Sugar
- Baking Powder
- Baking Soda
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