My first official project from the new kitchen!! The kitchen is still not finished 😩; but I’ve been chomping at the bit to share some projects with you guys. I decided I’d go ahead with any little ones I could, while we keep working at getting it finished up! First up – these printable spice jar labels! (You can see a quick video on building the nook and filling the jars here.)
This is a tiny peak of the new kitchen and one of my favorite corners – the built in spice jar shelves. I dreamt up this space months ago, and the day I finally set up my spice jars was so gratifying! I’d been living with my spices in a box for months, and to get them organized and on a shelf made life so much easier.
I chose the top 20 spices that I use most frequently to go in my spice nook. I know everyone will have different spices that they use, so the printable spice jar labels I made include 57 spices. You can just print and cut out the ones you need. I tried to think of all the top/most used spices out there. There are a few blank ones as well if there’s a spice you use that wasn’t included.
The labels are made specially to fit this size jar. I love these jars, most of the spices I buy easily fit in these jars without having extra you’ll need to store somewhere. They don’t have a shaker top, but I rarely use my spices that way, I was always having to pop the top off to fit a measuring spoon in, so I don’t miss that at all!
- spice jars (the 200ML/7 ounce size)
- waterproof sticker paper
(You can see a quick video on building the nook and filling the jars here.)
Print labels on sticker paper. Cut labels out along dotted lines and secure to jars. Fill jars and organize your spices!
If you’re looking for more kitchen organization, check out this DIY Faux Ceramic Utensil Holder, these Leather Pantry Labels, and this Shopping List Pad.