Flour and Sugar Pantry Organization Labels: A Silhouette Project

Did you get a Silhouette for Christmas? Ready to try it out with a simple New Year’s organization project? I’m happy to be a part of the Silhouette Challenge this month, and we are all sharing organization projects that we created with our Silhouette machine. If you follow me on Twitter, then you may have noticed that I splurged and purchased myself a collection of containers in which to store my flours and sugars. I’m finally getting around to labeling them with my Silhouette, and I’m happy to be sharing the cut file with you today. These Flour and Sugar Pantry Organization Labels are easy and ready to print and cut!

Flour and Sugar Pantry Organization Labels: A Silhouette Project  |  includes free Silhouette cut file

Supplies:

Flour and Sugar Pantry Organization Labels: A Silhouette Project  |  includes free Silhouette cut file

Download the free Flour and Sugar Pantry Organization Labels cut file.

***Update: For those who would like to know the font that I used for these:  I have always had trouble with my Silhouette design studio software not printing and cutting things that I design in the software itself. So I typically design in PicMonkey and then transfer the image to the Silhouette software to print and cut. The fonts I used (in PicMonkey) are Cardo and Geo Sans Light. Hope that helps!

Bring up the cut file in Silhouette studio.

Flour and Sugar Pantry Organization Labels: A Silhouette Project  |  includes free Silhouette cut file

Follow the directions on the back of the clear sticker paper to print and cut the labels.

Adhere the labels to the containers.

Flour and Sugar Pantry Organization Labels: A Silhouette Project  |  includes free Silhouette cut file

Want to Check Out More Silhouette Projects?

Want to Check Out More Silhouette Projects?

My Silhouette Challenge buddies and I are all sharing projects on our blogs today, so peruse the projects below for a wealth of Silhouette inspiration!

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Comments

  1. Traci R. says

    Thank you soooo much for the free print and cut file of your pantry organization labels – love them!- as well as the tutorial on how to do them! I want to be able to complete the rest of the items in my pantry and was wondering if you could share the font you used? Thanks, Traci

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