Making labels is a great way to organize your pantry and other parts of your life.
This quick how-to shows you just how easy it is to make labels with Cricut.
You can start with this label project in Cricut Design Space as your template to create coffee, flour, and tea labels. Or, you can start with a blank canvas in Cricut Design Space and design from scratch.
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Make labels with Cricut
To design from scratch, click “New Project” on the home page of Cricut Design Space.
Once on the canvas, on the left-hand navigation bar, you’ll see an option for “Images.”
Click that button. You’ll now be able to search in the Cricut image library! We filtered our search by “image sets” and searched for “Pantry Label.” The image you choose is totally up to you.
Select as many labels as you would like and insert them onto your Canvas.
On Canvas, you can adjust the size of the labels, by pulling on the arrow in the bottom right-hand corner of the image. When you are happy with the size, click “Make It.”
The software will begin to send the information from Design Space to your Cricut machine. Follow the prompts to continue to cut.
Once cut, unload your material and remove the excess vinyl from around the images. We call this process, “weeding.”
Apply transfer tape to the front of your design and apply to your jar! Review this article on how-to apply transfer tape or watch the video for step-by-step instructions that show you how-to apply the vinyl label.
It’s that easy to make labels with Cricut
And that’s it! Now you know how-to make pantry labels at home with Cricut! We hope you personalize all the things. Share your creations with us using #cricut.