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Watercolor Art Free Printable Labels

By: Jennifer Tucker from whitetulipdesigns.com
Watercolor Art Free Printable Labels
Watercolor Art Free Printable Labels
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Add little dashes of bright color throughout your kitchen with Watercolor Art Free Printable Labels. This tutorial will show you how to make labels for spice jars, but you can apply the technique to any other items. Directions for printing and adding the free printable labels for jars are included. Print as many of these free printable label templates as you need and as often as you would like. Feel free to use these watercolor design labels for your own use or as housewarming gifts.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Paper Crafting

Project or Page Size8.5 inches x 11 inches

Type of Paper UsedScrapbook Paper

Beginner

SeasonSummer

Materials List

  • Copy Paper
  • Clear Packing Tape
  • Spice Bottles

Instructions

  1. Print the included PDF pages. I printed mine on plain copy paper and attached them with clear packing tape. However you might also consider using white label paper (see here) There are 5 pages, 4 are filled out with popular spices and one is blank. (I used the font Ayres to fill in my labels.)

  2. Cut along the dotted lines. These are set up to be cut by hand or using a guillotine, whichever you have on hand.

  3. If youre using the packing tape to attach your labels youll want to note that the labels are roughly the same width. Start by pulling out a length of tape about 4 inches long, without tearing it off. Moving from one side to the other, with the label facing down, press the label onto the tape. This will help keep out wrinkles and bubbles.

  4. Fill your bottles and put them on your shelf!

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