DIY Pantry Labels


DIY Pantry Labels


DIY Pantry Labels
DIY Pantry Labels

Organize your pantry with these easy DIY pantry labels. This four-step tutorial will show you how to create fun labels for any jar or container in your pantry. These pantry labels are perfect for small kitchens as you can replace bulky pantry containers with smaller, similar containers that are labeled for convenience so you always reach for the right ingredient. Create these homemade pantry labels today and get your pantry essentials organized in a few easy steps. You can also use chalkboard tags to have reusable labels perfect for ingredients that constantly change.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Patterned paper
  • Alphabet stickers
  • Adhesive
  • Sticker Maker by Xyron
  • Scallop Tag Maker with Built-in Eyelet Setter
  • Cutting Mat (18" x 24")


  1. Using the Scallop Tag maker punch out the tag shapes from thick patterned paper. Any paper or cardstock will work here.

  2. Add the names to the tags using some small alphabet stickers. Alternately, you could just use a marker to write the names onto the tag here.

  3. Add adhesive to the back of the tag. You can use a sticker maker or other adhesive – whatever you have is fine.

  4. Adhere onto the jar.

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I have a lot of clear food storage containers, but none of them have labels. I think it's about time I start labeling and organizing!

This weekend I will be visiting my sister for the first time since her wedding and I plan on getting her a few organising jars and baskets for her new home. This sticker making tutorial is super easy and fast. If you have any pretty cardstock leftover from you crafts, then you can make a lot of these for all those mason jars you own.


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