Pantry Organizing Ideas and Free Printable/ Snippets of Design

Pantry Organizing Ideas Including Free Printable Tags/ Snippets of Design

One of my own personal New Years Resolutions is to organize & re-decorate my home.

I LOVE my home & it’s character but we have been here for 9 years

& although I redecorated when we moved in {& many times since},

I will be honest…I have gotten kind of lax.

 

 

I have already bought most of the fabrics & many of the supplies to redo the majority of my home , I just need to put it into action…

so I decided to start with my pantry.

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Pantry Re-do Before & After/ Snippets of Design

As you can see, I organized it {sort of} before…with tags & what-knots

but that was BEFORE I started Snippets & it was time for a MUCH NEEDED re-do.

Plus, the poor thing needed paint…

 Pantry Before/ Snippets of Design

My pantry had obviously been through a lot and needed a good face lift.

I painted the the shelves & side walls with Glidden® High Endurance Plus Paint+Primer in eggshell/satin Antique White

and the back wall in Spring Green to match my upcoming kitchen re-do {here}.

For Straight Paint Edges, Use a Razor Blade to Remove the Tape/ Snippets of Design

Painting Hint: How to Obtain Straight Paint Edges

  • Make sure that the seal between the wall and the tape is COMPLETELY sealed on the painting side.
  • Always use less paint, more layers.
  • Never paint “into” the tape.  Paint “away from”.
  • Use a razor blade to remove the painter’s tape.

Pantry Organizing & Free Printables/ Snippets of Design

After I painted, I assessed what I had, what I wanted to re-use, & what I wanted to change…

I decided that I wanted new labels.

Some that weren’t as “floofy” & some that I could offer to everyone for free on Snippets which meant,

I needed to design them from scratch. ;)

This is what I came up with…

Pantry Organizing & Free Printables/ Snippets of Design

I believed that they created a modern, “cottagy”, country store feel.

Which is EXACTLY what I am going for in my new kitchen.

 

 

I used some baskets that I bought from Walmart® & some organizing tools that I already had.

Pantry Organizing & Free Printable Labels/ Snippets of Design

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable/ Snippets of Design

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable Tags/ Snippets of Design

I even had the matching  jars from IKEA already…yeah!

Pantry Organizing & Free Printable Labels/ Snippets of Design

I had saved  jars and decanters for a wedding so I was kind of excited

when I realized I now had some fun vessels for oils, vinegar, & vanilla.

Pantry Organizing & Free Printables/ Snippets of Design

I was also very excited when I realized I already had the perfect spice cabinet for the job

if I just tweaked it a tad…

You can find the tutorial, free printable labels, & story behind my spice cabinet here. ;)

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable labels/ Snippets of Design

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable labels/ Snippets of Design

I also wanted to keep my favorite stool.

I have had it for probably close to 18 years & it has been repainted a few times already

but I love it & the truth is, I need it…

I am only 5′ 2″.

So I repainted it once again…here is the tutorial for the stool. ;)

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable labels/ Snippets of Design

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable labels/ Snippets of Design

It says “It’s never too late to take a big step”.

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable labels/ Snippets of Design

Here is My Supply List:

  1. Canisters & JarsWalmart®
  2. BasketsWalmart®
  3. BasketsWalmart®
  4. BasketsMichaels®
  5. Step Stool-unfinished, Michaels®
  6. Jars & BasketsIKEA®
  7. DecantersEbay®
  8. Spice Rack & JarsTarget® & Amazon®
  9. Organizing SuppliesIKEA®

 

I printed the tags & labels on inexpensive, white cardstock from Walmart.  It costs around $5 for a large package.

I used a black thread from the yarn department at Walmart & my Create-a-Sticker to attach the tags.

I also used gunmetal i-lets from the scrapbook section on my hanging tags.

 

 

Here are the  PDF  Tags & Labels for download:

{You will need the latest version of Adobe Reader.  You can download that here.}

Vintage Trash Label

Vintage Flour & Sugar Labels

Vintage Labels 3

Vintage Labels 4

Vintage Oval Labels 5

Vintage Round Labels6

Vintage Labels 7

Vintage Labels 8

 

If you would prefer to have the .jpg versions, you can download them in a compressed .zip here:

Vintage Pantry Labels in .jpg

I used Rockwell Condensed Font.

 

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask….

Once again, here are the links to the the spice cabinet, the stool, & my kitchen redo.

have a wonderful day sweet friends!

xo,

Amber Signature | Snippets of Design

 

January 5, 2013

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19 Comments

  1. dishinwithdidi

    January 11, 2013

    Amber your pantry is absolutely gorgeous!! Thank you so much for labels, I just sent your post to a few friends. That is my dream pantry, but like you, I have to do a kitchen remodel first *sigh*

  2. amber

    January 11, 2013

    Thank you so much Didi! I can’t wait to see your remodel if and when you take it on.
    I hope you’re having a wonderful day!
    xo,
    amber

  3. Becky

    January 14, 2013

    I wasn’t able to print any of the labels. My computer said that a “drawing error” ocurred.

  4. amber

    January 14, 2013

    Hi Becky! :)
    Thank you so much for your comment. I always like to help if there is a problem. I tested everything on three different computers. I also tested everything on Google, Firefox, & {although I wouldn’t personally recommend it} Internet Explorer. Everything worked. Some were a little slow because the file size was large {I like to give you the best print quality possible} but everything worked.
    I have to be honest, I am completely stumped. I have added a couple of options to the post however.
    I added a link to the newest Adobe Reader download. That might help.
    I also added a compressed zip folder of the .jpg versions of the printables. It might be easier for your personal computer to download the zip folder to save & print the labels. It is not as high of a quality but it is still very good quality.
    My last suggestion is to download the pdf before printing it out if neither of the other options work.
    If it still doesn’t work, please let me know and maybe I can email you a version that will work.
    Thank you Becky!
    Good Luck!
    xo,
    amber

  5. Mary

    January 23, 2013

    Your kitchen looks beautiful – great work!

  6. amber

    January 31, 2013

    Hey Becky!
    I had an idea for helping the labels to print easier so I switched it and the quality was too high so I lowered it. Hopefully it helps.
    If it doesn’t, please let me know…
    Thank you!
    xo,
    amber

  7. amber

    January 31, 2013

    Thank you so much Mary!
    xo,
    amber

  8. Ciarra

    February 5, 2013

    Wow just gorgeous! I was wondering if you happen to know the brand or manufacturer of your vetable oil decanter?

  9. amber

    February 5, 2013

    Hi Ciarra!
    Thank you for your interest. I’m so glad that you liked it…
    I have to be honest, that is my favorite decather as well. I bought it from Ebay but the company that created it is Krosno out of Poland.
    The website is
    http://www.krosno.com.pl/en/offer/krosno_handmade/handmade_classic/
    Hopefully you can find one you like…
    xo,
    amber

  10. bonnie

    September 21, 2013

    love your pantry. I especially love the green you chose for your back wall- Hanging the rod up top was a great idea too. Bonnie

  11. Lori

    December 3, 2013

    Your pantry looks wonderful! Did you cut your labels out using scissors?

  12. amber

    February 16, 2014

    Thanks so much Bonnie! The green is a slightly lighter preview of my kitchen makeover I will be sharing soon… ;) :)

  13. amber

    February 16, 2014

    Hi Lori! Thanks you! That’s very sweet of you. :)
    I did. I try to keep it as easy to do at home as possible…

  14. leyla

    March 2, 2014

    Hi Amber,

    it looks really nice your kitchen. But a small question. Do you also have a (word)file so i can add my own names of herbs that are missing here?
    Tnx a lot! Leyla

  15. Madison

    March 19, 2014

    This is beautiful! Absolutely in love. I hope you don’t mind if I put a link to your blog in one of my posts!!

    Madison

  16. JB ValdezLeech

    October 15, 2014

    I love these vintage labels. Thank you for sharing them. We are currently remodeling our kitchen which will now have a dedicated pantry. Your labels are perfect and what a great idea to use bar decanters for olive oil and vegetable oil.

  17. AC

    January 27, 2015

    Just wanted to compliment you on your gorgeous pantry collection and to thank you soooooooooo much for the jpegs and pdfs! I printed them out using those sticky clear book-covers you find in most dollar stores, trimmed them and then stuck the now sticker-like labels on my jars. They look absolutely fantastic! Just what I’ve been looking for – thanks a million!

  18. amber

    February 2, 2015

    You are so sweet, thank you! That is great! Such a smart idea… I actually started printing them out on full sheet sticker paper myself & I love it.
    I am so glad you like them.
    Have a lovely day!
    Amber

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