Hello and welcome back friends! This is my very first post of 2019 and it is a great one to start with! I am joining my talented friend Chloe from Boxwood Avenue as well as some other friends who are sharing organization printables and ideas! Today I am sharing some free, Whole Food Pantry Labels that you can use for food storage.
I know I talk about it often, but we have to be careful with food sensitivities here. Therefore we don’t enjoy the typical food staples that we used to. We are gluten free so our flours are made from nuts, oats, etc.. Therefore, I have found that it is so much more manageable to eat this way when I am organized. This last weekend we took a trip to Ikea and grabbed extra glass jars. More and more, I am trying to buy in bulk, as eating whole foods can get pricey. Buying in larger quantities makes it doable, but requires making room and space to do so. That is where the idea for these labels came from.
Here is how I put them together and how I am using them. They are easy to do and I hope you think so too!
I started by creating a fun label with different items in our pantry or fridge. Then I printed them out on removable stickers.
So easy to do and they look great out as part of your decor or hidden away in your cupboards ;)…
I wish I had more interesting pictures to share, but we are still in the middle of putting our kitchen together (I get to show you everything next week and I just can’t wait!). All the shelving is down for now, so I had to improvise!
I hope that you enjoyed and maybe these will be useful to you as well! I created ones that we use frequently and I am sure there are many more to add as well! I have included them separately so that you can put them into a label format that you choose, or so that you can adjust the size. I also included a blank one that you can write on too!
Thanks so much for stopping by and please make sure to go visit my friends below with all their creative ideas!
Organizing & Storing Home Decor by Love Grows Wild | Whole House Cleaning Checklist by Nina Hendrick Design Co. | 5 Habits for an Organized Home
by A Burst of Beautiful | Free Printable Pantry Labels by Anderson & Grant
Kitchen Cupboard Clean-Out Checklist by Boxwood Avenue | Decluttering Checklist by Julie Blanner | 5 Whole Food Pantry Labels for Food Storage by Zevy Joy | Organization Ideas by French Country Cottage