Pantry Labels made with my Cricut

Hi friends,

It’s that time of year where we all start thinking about reorganizing our homes – or maybe we don’t. 😉 I love a neat and organized home, but I’m not always great at it. Especially in my craft room! 🤦‍♀️

Anyway…my best friend recently gifted me these great containers for food storage. They are perfect for all kinds of pantry staples and fit well together to save space on your shelves. And I love the flip handle for opening them!

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I already had some glass containers that I’ve had for years, but they were much heavier and didn’t stack well. I have them boxed up to take to the thrift store – I’m sure they will be useful for someone else.

I’m also trying to use my Cricut Explore Air 2 Machine more so labeling my new containers was the perfect quick project. I still have a lot to learn about using my Cricut but I’m slowly getting more comfortable with it. 😊

I used the font called Apple Chancery (which is a font on my computer) with the Cricut Design Space to design my labels. I made each label about 3 to 3.5 inches wide. Design Space automatically sized the height of each label.

Then I let my Cricut do its thing and cut my labels from black permanent vinyl. I used my weeding tool on each label and used transfer tape to apply the labels to my containers.

There are tons of videos online to help with learning how to use your Cricut. I’ll admit I’m still a little intimidated, but I’m going to keep trying and learning how to use mine.

It’s a simple thing, but my new labeled containers make me so happy!! 😃 Maybe this will inspire me to organize something else…

Anita

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