Today we are getting organized and taking the pantry to the next level with some DIY Cricut pantry labels. I got a bunch of glass spice jars and containers from Dollarama last year, and transferred all of my spices and baking supplies into them. If you want to see how I organized my kitchen pantry on a budget, check out this dollar store kitchen organizing post. Keep reading for a guide to making DIY Cricut pantry labels, including an in-depth Design Space tutorial.
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Check out this video on YouTube to see how I made DIY Cricut pantry labels. This video includes a Design Space tutorial where I show you how to connect letters in a script font, arrange them on the mat and cut them out. Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more DIY videos!
How to Make DIY Pantry Labels with a Cricut
- Measure the jars to determine the size of labels you need.
- Type out pantry labels into Cricut Design Space. Watch my tutorial to see which font I used and how to properly size and align the letters.
- Cut labels out onto vinyl with Cricut.
- Weed out labels with a weeding tool.
- Cut labels out with scissors.
- Cut out a piece of transfer tape or contact paper and peel off the clear layer.
- Stick clear sticky layer on top of vinyl label, and press down with a scraper tool.
- Peel off clear layer, making sure the vinyl letters stick to the clear layer.
- Stick label onto your jar.
- Press down on label with the scraper tool to make sure it sticks to the jar or container.
- Peel off the clear layer.
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