Since our recent move, our dried goods are on display to all who enter the kitchen. With the invention of the computer and printer, I was excited to create a set of pantry labels to spruce it all up. After all, to label is to live! (wink)
I am a bit on the thrifty side (some may call it "cheap") so I used these outdated "diskette" labels (Avery 5197) which I found at a Goodwill Store for 99 cents. The lovely clip art was found at The Graphics Fairy.
Simply press the Scribd link which takes you to the document service and then you may print the PDF file for FREE. You can either print them out on plain paper, cut to size and affix to your containers with glue or print them out on sticker paper and cut to size. I used the template for our old Avery labels to print ours onto.
"The homeliest tasks get beautiful if loving hands do them."
~ Louisa May Alcott
Edited to add: Many have asked for a blank label to use for additional goods. Just right click on the image above and save. If you have any problems printing these, please let me know and I will try and help :) P.S. I invite you to subscribe to this blog to keep updated for a more thorough set of labels including "Seasonings, Spices and Such" as well as "Nuts and Seeds".