Make these DIY spice jar labels in PicMonkey and organize your spice drawer. Learn how to make custom labels in any color, font, or size – for FREE!
Holiday baking/cooking season is upon us! Who’s excited?!? What better way to get organized for all of that measuring and mixing than by organizing your spice drawer?
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With full-sheet white sticker paper and this FREE printable, you can give your spices a total facelift. And, if you’re feeling extra crafty, you can use Picmonkey to design your own labels.
Here’s what you’ll need to make these DIY spice jar labels:
- full-sheet white sticker paper
- a printer
- washi tape for decorating (optional)
Here is a step-by-step guide to making labels. You can use this tutorial to make spice jar labels, or labels for just about anything else you like!
If you’re not the DIY type, scroll to the end of the tutorial to download both blank labels or filled-out labels to print.
OK, go to the PicMonkey website, and let’s get started.
The overlay I used came from Designs by Miss Mandee.
Now you have a template of a label that you can add into any document.
That’s it! There’s a sheet of labels, ready to go. From here, you can add text with the names of your spices. If you want to customize a blank sheet, download this and edit as you see fit:
If you just want to print these off and hand-write on them, you can download this PDF here – Spice Jar Labels – Blank.
Also, here’s a PDF of two sheets of labels already filled in and ready to print – Spice Jar Labels.
I wrapped each spice jar with blue patterned washi tape and then added a label.
I’m so excited about my spice drawer’s new look. Bring on the cooking and baking!
Lisa @ Seedylawyer.com says
These labels are just great! I have a mix-match of ugly, old spice labels…your labels are exactly what I needed. Thanks!
Wow, I can tell I was born in the wrong generation to figure all this stuff out. I just want to hire someone like you to fix up my spice jars for me, is that bad??!! 🙂
These are beautiful!!!! They look like they came from Martha Stewart’s collection!!! You did an awesome job, I love Picmonkey!! Maybe I’ll have to do the same!!! Thanks for the inspiration 🙂
What a cute idea! I use Picmonkey for photo collages but I never thought of it for something like this. I’ve been wanting to get a spicerack for my kitchen but didn’t want to have plain or mismatched jars. This is perfect!
This is the BEST post! Thank you for sharing the printables…I’m pinning and putting on my to-do list for 2015! Thanks too for linking w/ Twirl and Take a Bow~
Rosy @ just my rosy life says
Found this on Pinterest. I am totally going to do this! I have one question though – where did you get your spice jars? I’ve been searching everywhere and haven’t found any that speak to me.
Love this project.! What are the two fonts you used?
Hi Sara – I used two free fonts in Picmonkey – “Bilbo Swash Caps” and “Ostrich Sans Inline”