Our 5 Favorite Pantry Labels to Download for Free

Our 5 Favorite Pantry Labels to Download for Free

Alyssa Longobucco
Oct 10, 2017
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There's nothing more fun to look at (and, okay, drool over) than a well-organized pantry moment. Neatly stacked shelves, uniform jars, impeccable baskets — sign us up. There's one other thing all the lust-worthy pantries have, too: personalized labels on every single jar and canister.

Even if your pantry isn't totally Pinterest-ready, you can get it one step closer with some super-pretty labels. Not great at Photoshop and have terrible handwriting? Don't worry — we've rounded up five of the cutest pantry labels you can download for free and print at home. Getting closer to your dream pantry is only one click away.

1. Dictionary-inspired labels

Kristine from The Painted Hive made these dictionary-inspired labels and supplied the PDF and all the directions to put them on clear decals. The process is a little involved, but so worth it,

See the steps: Magic Decal Tutorial at The Painted Hive

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2. Chalkboard pantry labels

If you love the look of chalkboard labels but have terrible handwriting, you need this downloadable from Carolyn at Fab 'n Free. Created by artist Emily McDowell, the labels feature more than 80 different foods so you're sure to find what you need. We think they'd look perfect in a modern farmhouse.

Get the download: Free Pantry Labels at Fab 'n Free

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3. Colorful pantry labels

Cheeky and charming are two words we'd use to describe these labels from Juju Sprinkles. Packed with color, the designs were inspired by the hues of various florals (like cherry blossoms and primrose) and are certain to add a hit of personality to your pantry. The download includes more than 100 specific labels and plenty of blank ones.

Get ready to print: 100 Free Designer Pantry Labels at Juju Sprinkles

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4. Industrial pantry labels

If your style is more industrial than feminine and you're serious about labels, then you'll want to head over to Hey Let's Make Stuff. Why does it matter if you're serious? These require a Cricut machine if you want each letter to be cut out. Although, you could always just print them on a sticker, cut out each circle, and call it a day. There's also a matching set for spice jars.

See the steps: Vinyl Pantry Labels at Hey Let's Make Stuff

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5. Flowery pantry labels

Calling all floral fans: These pretty labels from My Sweet Savannah will last way longer than anything you pick up at the farmers market. These "wreaths" are perfectly feminine and ideal for everything from flour and sugar to pancake mix and oatmeal.

See more: Pantry Made with IKEA Bookshelves at My Sweet Savannah

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