Vintage Style Pantry Labels

I’m still busy working on organizing my house, and still have a very long way to go, but I decided to focus on my pantry for a bit.  I love using glass jars in my pantry, so you can see the contents inside, but I have 3 glass jars filled with powdery white stuff.  Now, I can stick my finger in and tell the difference between flour and powdered sugar, but I can’t tell the difference between flour and baking mix, so I finally got around to making some pantry labels for all my jars.  I still have more work to do in my pantry, so I’ll be adding these labels on other types of containers as well.

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I used one of the vintage blue labels (printables HERE) to create these sets.

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I printed my labels on full sheet  (8-1/2 x 11) adhesive labels, and used my paper cutter to cut them out.  No, they won’t be washable with the labels stuck to them, but I don’t wash the glass canisters very often – I usually just wipe them down with some window cleaner on a rag.  The labels do remove easily from the glass, so I can always remove them, wash the glass, and add another label back on.  One of these days, I’d like to try printing on clear cling vinyl, but I haven’t tried it yet.  If I do, I’ll let you know how it works.

I’ve created 3 sets with over 40+ different labels, plus a sheet of blank labels you can write on, or open in Picmonkey to add the words you need.

For the pantry set, you may need to de-select the “fit to frame” setting on your printer’s settings, so the edges aren’t cut off.

Set #1

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printable pantry labels

Set #3

Blue Pantry Labels


Pantry Labels


Pantry Labels

Be sure to come back tomorrow evening, when I’ll be sharing bunches of incredible Pantry Storage ideas!

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Vintage Pantry Labels

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  1. lorene halfmann says

    Hello! I just found you a few weeks ago through Facebook, and I love your blog and your ideas! And thanks for posting so frequently! I enjoy reading them.

  2. These are SO great, Angie! I love all of the different labels! THANK YOU!

  3. Hi Angie,
    I love the labels! Thank you so much. I really love the old hymns that you offer as well. You are very talented and I am always amazed at the ideas that you come up with. I always look forward to reading your posts. Have a most blessed Valentine’s weekend! Diane

  4. WOW…you’ve done an outstanding job with these labels…I think you’ve just about got everything covered…well done! Thank you for these…they’ll be very useful and will beautify my containers, too! Wishing you and yours a most joyous Valentine’s Day weekend!!!

  5. I cut 2 pieces of clear contact paper and wrote right on it with a sharpie and sandwiched a large rubber band between the pieces and then put that over the whole jar. Just remove and wash. You cold also use cord, string or ribbon but the rubber band stays tightly in place

  6. Thanks Angie … hope to get my cabinets organized one of these days and those labels will really come in handy. Thanks for all you do and share with us.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

    • “One of these days” should be my middle name, Audrey! Organization isn’t really my favorite thing to do, so I’m trying to force myself to get the whole pantry finished, but I need to find or make a few different containers to store things in. Thanks for always leaving me such sweet comments! 🙂

  7. Hi, Love the glass jars with the Beans and the Pasta!!What size are they? Do you have a suggestion on where to find some? I could only hope to be that organized!! Thanks!!

  8. Kamella Traynham says

    There’s a Mod Podge for that. No, Really! There is a Mod Podge that will make your labels dishwater safe. Check it out. I just purchased some from Amazon to try myself. We’ll see.

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