In getting my house organized and decorated, I found it the perfect time to update my herb and spice jars with these spice bottle labels in a vintage chalkboard style design. Elegant, trendy, and functional! I stocked up on these simple glass spice jars with a stainless steel lid that I found at World Market, as they are a perfect fit for 9 across in my spice drawer. For this printable I did my best to include all herbs, spices, salts, peppers and even extracts. I also included a page of lid labels since I like that added touch to the simple understated bottle. You can easily print the 4 page PDF onto 1.5 inch round label paper. You can also print onto a full sheet label paper and use a 1.5 inch punch to cut your circles. Sometimes it can be tricky to line up the design perfectly with the round label paper, so for a hassle-free experience I would recommend buying the full sheet label paper and cutting the labels out individually (or use a punch if you have one!). One trick when you print on the full sheet paper is to peel the label backer off, then replace it right before punching the circles. This will help the backer come off easier once trimmed. Enjoy these herb and spice bottle labels! My pantry organizing is scheduled for next week and I will be designing some coordinating labels for all of those jars and canisters. Cheers! ~ Lia
UPDATE: Check out the coordinating pantry labels and gluten-free pantry labels set that I created after this post.