Stop laughing, those of you that have been in my house!
For those of you who have not been in my home, I love organization which in my world involves labels.
I only have thousands a few of them…c’mon now.
Ok, I may have a slight problem with over organization.
But can you really be too organized?
A few weeks ago, while it looked like this outside, I thought it would be a good idea to design some new labels.
Clearly I was not going to be doing any spray painting!
Not even in all of my craziness would I attempt painting in this weather……Ummm, Nope!
Too, cold outside.
Not to mention that outdoor paint evidence cannot be covered up by the fact that the snow is white-dang it-the Silverfox would totally have found out and I would have been busted!
Not that I thought about it or anything.
Nope, not me.
All I have to say is that I am glad that it snowed more than once. That is all I have to say about that.
Anyway, Labels. I am talking about labels not painting.
Right. Rabbit trailing again….
Here is a close-up shot of my kitchen spice drawer.
I probably should of vacuumed it out before I took a photo-sorry.
Spices tend to get all over the place.
The Good news is that I bought my spice jars at the local grocery store-Winco-really cheap. They are the 8 oz. size jars.
Bad news is now the lids only come in red not white. If you like red then you are in business.
I am a plain-jane, vanilla kind of girl. So, white it is for me.
Amazon has all kinds of spice jars too.
I printed my labels on true-cream colored label paper from onlinelabels.com.
You can print labels on any label-sticker paper. Just be sure and adjust your printer to the setting it needs for label paper.
I started out a long time ago by printing my labels on regular white printer paper and using stick glue as the adhesive. That totally works. I still do it in a pinch.
Sometimes you don’t want a sticky sticker type of label you just want something temporary. Wow, that was a technical description.
Really, the true beginning was masking tape and a sharpie. But we won’t talk about those dark ages.
You just print them out, cut out, stick on-Done! Another easy-peasy post by the Cascade Farmhouse.
We love simple and easy around here!
If you subscribe to my blog through one of my email subscription boxes you can get both of the FREE PDF files for these Kitchen Spice Jar Labels.
There is a small set and large size set of labels.
The example above is the large set.
I am sure you can imagine the small set is just skinnier like the ones you see on my spice jars in the photos.
After you confirm your subscription to the Cascade Farmhouse blog-the Kitchen Spice Label PDF link will be delivered to your email box along with a code to access the same Kitchen Spice Label PDF on the website.
Keep the code handy. I will be putting more PDF downloadable files on that same page in the near future.
Handy tip of the day…
Don’t spray paint in the cold and think that the snow will cover it up.
It melts and then you will be busted!