How to design your own custom DIY fridge labels (or just download and print the pre-made ones I designed for you), and finally get your fridge organized once and for all!
How to make fridge labels on your Cricut
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Ok, you guys. I think I finally did it. I organized my fridge! After losing countless containers of leftovers to the back of the fridge, I got tired of throwing away SO much food.
My kids are early readers still, but they recognize most of the basic fridge labels. Now they can put things away in the correct spot, making my life so much easier.
My favorite food storage products:
- glass food storage containers – I have worked really hard to banish plastic food storage containers from our home. I have two sets of these containers, and I love them. They can be a bit tricky top open and close at first, but I’ve also never had one leak in a lunch box or cooler bag. Oh, and the glass bottoms are oven-safe!
- mason jars – I will store just about anything in a glass jar. Re-use old salsa jars, or buy wide-mouth jars for easier storage.
- flat fridge storage containers – for deli meat, bacon, cheese, etc.
If you don’t have a Cricut, don’t worry! I’ve got a few options for you.
- Use a label maker. They really have come a long way.
- Use stickers – this may take a bit more time to line up the letters.
- Download this FREE printable! You can print this PDF out on clear sticker paper. Trim them down, and label your fridge shelves. too easy!
DIY Fridge Labels – a Cricut Tutorial
Watch this video tutorial to see my fridge organization project from start to finish:
Font: American Typewriter
Roll of transfer tape (perfect for these smaller projects)