Can we all agree that no pantry makeover is complete without glass jars beautifully labeled? I’m sure we are all thinking of The House of Smiths beautiful pantry. *swoon*
Do you remember the glass jars I found at Goodwill? Are you sick of me starting every paragraph with a question? =)
Anyway, the jars now hold my flour, sugar, and brown sugar.
I actually found the exact same jars at Hobby Lobby one day. I was hoping for another large jar to store whole wheat flour, but they don’t have that size anymore. I was able to buy another small jar to hold oats though.
Then I found jars for my rice and pasta at IKEA. Yes, I have a lot of different kinds of pasta…and I don’t even really like pasta.
Glass Jars: Check!
Now let’s talk labels and my first Silhouette project!
I wanted to label my baking supplies because from the top shelf it takes a second to see which jar is flour and which is sugar…and of course because it looks pretty. I also wanted to label the rice jars because I have white rice, jasmine rice, brown rice and brown jasmine rice. And those are pretty easy to get mixed up…and no one wants Spanish jasmine rice! I didn’t bother labeling the pasta jars because obviously I can tell shells from penne without a label.
I don’t have a tutorial for the labels because this was my first time using my Silhouette, so I’m probably not qualified to give anyone instructions on their machine. I wasted a lot of vinyl figuring out what I was doing and my cutting mat has “oa” permanently etched into it because I put the first piece of vinyl in the wrong corner. ..oops!
I used one of the borders that’s included with the program to make the labels. And I just used one of their stock fonts, but I think they turned out really nice.
My freshly labeled baking supplies (and new oats jar):
And the rice jars:
I’ll never mix up regular rice with jasmine rice again!
Another pantry project crossed off the ol’ list! I’m seriously so close to finishing up the pantry!
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