Follow these tutorials to see how to make your own DIY label decals – both with and without a Cricut machine.
DIY Custom Labels + Label Decals for Everything!
I have been on a major “label everything” spree lately. As my 7-year-old twins develop better reading skills, it’s just easier to label all of our drawers and shelves. This way, they have NO excuse for not putting things away. It’s all labeled!
When I’m deciding how I want to initially arrange a space, I will make temporary labels with masking tape and a Sharpie. Once I’ve lived with that arrangement for a few weeks, I commit with custom labels.
I really enjoy using my Cricut to make label decals. I know not everyone has a Cricut, so I’ve also made a quick video tutorial (scroll to the end of this post) to show how to make your own DIY labels in an free online editing program.
DIY Cricut Label Decals
Watch this quick video tutorial to see how I make Cricut labels decals:
Here are some DIY Cricut Label Decals I’ve made in our home:
No Cricut? No Problem! How to Make Labels in Canva
Follow this quick video tutorial below to see how I make Canva labels and decals. You can design any label you like and then print onto clear or white full-sheet sticker paper. Then just trim them to size.
And… If you’re feeling extra crafty, you can even transfer your text and image with packing tape or contact paper. Just follow the tutorial in this blog post.
Wow! I thought I was organized. lol! I’m brand new to Cricut, so I really appreciate your tutorial. Your jar labels are perfect.