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Kitchen herb jar labels

I am in the process of organizing my new kitchen. As the highlight colours in my new kitchen are duck egg blue and a splash of pink, I have made labels for all my jars using those colours: duck egg blue for savoury and pink for sweet.

First, I organized my herbs and spices. I already had quite a few Spezia spice jars from Habitat that my sweet sister had given me one Christmas as a filled set. So, it made sense to keep these and add to my collection. I wrote a list of all the spices and herbs I had and bought new jars for those not in Spezia jars already. For the labels, I designed a few of my ideas and printed them out on regular paper first to get an idea of what they would look like. In the end I went with this design. I wanted the labels to last so covered them in sticky back plastic. Here's how I did it:

Go to the Free Downloads section on my website to download the artwork. It is on a PDF format so you can change the colour if you like.

1 Set of labels

How-to step by step

  • Making herb jar labels

    Step 1

    Download artwork, ready to print. Print labels onto P1 address labels Carefully cover labels using the book covering roll. Place plastic covered label sheet on glass cutting mat, Cut out using the small shape-mates template and carriage. Peel off back of label and carefully stick to jar

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