These printable labels will help you get organized in record time. From the playroom to the pantry, to office…these labels work in every room in the house.
I am a huge label person. I label pretty much everything from the baskets in my linen closet to the canisters on my pantry to the storage boxes in my garage. Not only does it save me tons of time when trying to find things but it also helps the rest of my family put things away in the proper spots. Bonus points because I don’t have to tell them where things go. When we moved into our new house a few years ago, I was determined to keep it organized and clutter-free. The clutter-free part is still a work in progress but I am definitely more organized than ever and it’s because of printable labels.
I created these as blank labels specifically so you can fill them in however you want. There are probably some items in your house that you want to label that I never would have even though of. So the sky is the limit with these pretties. I created the printable labels in several different shapes and colors so hopefully you can find one that will match your style.
HOW TO USE THE PRINTABLE LABELS
There are two main ways to use these labels. You can either print them onto heavy white cardstock or you can print them onto sticker paper. Then just cut out the label, fill it out, and attach it to your basket or bin. For baskets, I like to punch a hole in the top and tie it to the basket. For bins, sticker paper works well. If you are using these labels in an area prone to moisture such as a bathroom, you can place a piece of clear packing tape over the label to protect it from any water damage. You can also use special laminating tape.
WHERE TO USE THE LABELS
There really is no limit to where or how these labels can be used. You can make tags for baskets, closet labels, labels for jars, pantry labels and bathroom labels just to name a few.
You can access the labels in the resource library which is available to my email subscribers. Not subscribed? No worries, you can sign up at the bottom of this post.
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