Get your cupboard in order with our free pantry label printables

pantry label printables

You might have noticed that I’ve been on a little bit of an organisation trip lately. It turns out that buying your own house doesn’t automatically make you start getting your shit together. In fact, with the exception of the money that actually goes towards paying my mortgage I am a wreck — or as my mum is so fond of reminding me, “You couldn’t organise your way out of a paper bag.” So what’s the next stop on my organisation journey? This week we’ve made free pantry label printables to get your kitchen looking good.

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You see, the main thing that separates your early-20s share house from your proper grown up house is great organisation. Your parents (or grandparents) didn’t just buy their house with all the containers in the kitchen nicely labelled (they might have bought labelled containers but that’s another story!) they had to go out and make it happen. Trust me, there is no greater feeling in the world than giving your kitchen the Donna Hay treatment — you will bake at least 10% more cookies once you do!

These labels can be printed on clear or white labels. For easiest use I recommend getting single sticker sheets and cutting them up (otherwise you’ll wind up wasting a tonne of paper!). They include heaps of common ingredients, some blank ones and a couple of labels for your food in the fridge as well!

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Simply pop your details in below and then click on the download link to get your free pantry label printables!

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Larissa Thorne (Deputy Editor)

Larissa Thorne (Deputy Editor)

When I'm not working on getting my first novel finished you'll find me buried under the great wall of credit card debt that I've collected over the years. I am a hoarder of shoes, jewellery, books and Disney DVDs and am physically incapable of restricting my chocolate intake.

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