Spice Jar Labels | Do It Yourself Spice Storage


I had so much fun creating these Mason Jar Spices. This is a great way to store spices because you can easily get a measuring spoon into the jar which is great for cooking. I also love that you can see the beautiful color and texture of each unique spice! 


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Supplies


Free SVG Files included HERE

1/2 Pint size (affiliate link) MASON JARS

White Vinyl (affiliate link) - I love THIS STUFF. It's a pretty good deal too $4.80 for 12inch x 6 foot roll!



Transfer Tape (affiliate link) - I use THIS kind



Spices - I love to get mine from the bulk section at my local grocery store. (Winco) I get a ton of spices for very little when I buy them this way. Fairly good quality spices too. Much more fresh than the bottled kind and SOOO much cheaper.

 

Here is the CRICUT (affiliate link) that I use. I have had it for a few years and use it almost everyday with my business and I LOVE IT!!! I also love that it's GOLD! I'm not sure you can get that color anymore though. :(


Step One:

Download the SVG files and then upload them into your cutting software. I choose to cut each label 3 inches wide. This gave me the look I was going for on this size of jar. If you choose the file that allows you to cut them all at once, just make it 11.5 inches wide in your software and that will cut each label at just about 3 inches. 


Step Two:

Once your vinyl is cut weed out the excess vinyl. I then choose to cut them apart so I had smaller pieces to work with. You can see this in the video I have below. 


Step Three: 

Use your transfer tape to transfer the design onto the jars. This can also be seen in the video below. 


Step Four:

Fill your jars with the proper spices and enjoy your colorful creation!!!


Future Project:

In the future I plan to add magnets to the tops of my jars and hang them from the bottom of my cabinet. We still have lots of work to do in our kitchen so it will be a few months before I can do that but I can't wait to see how it all turns out. Stay tuned for the big reveal!!!


Watch me create these fun labels in the VIDEO below!

Disclaimer: The links in this blog are things that I have purchased with my own money and recommend to you. *****As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases*****

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