Printable Stencils for Creating Pretty Vinyl Chalkboard Labels…

Free printable stencils to create vinyl chalkboard labels without a vinyl cutting machine {The Creativity Exchange}

 

On Monday, I shared an easy project for turning old Christmas tins into pretty storage containers with spray paint and vinyl chalkboard labels:

 

Spray Paint old Christmas tins & candle jars to create small storage containers {The Creativity Exchange}

 

As I promised in that post, I’m sharing the free printable templates of my stencils for labels and the best part of all, you don’t have to have a fancy high dollar vinyl cutting machine to get in on all the vinyl fun.

Free printable stencils for creating vinyl chalkboard labels without needing a vinyl cutting machine

I created various sizes and shapes of labels, for all your label making fun.  Oh yea, I have pretty much labeled everything and can’t stop, which is why I was afraid to buy the Cricut or Silhouette in the first place.  I know my weaknesses…

The great thing about these stencils is that you can use either vinyl or sheets of dry erase paper (at Office Depot) and use either chalk or dry erase markers.

Again, you don’t need a vinyl cutting machine and all you need is a roll of vinyl for the machines (they are sold at craft stores) and for the chalkboard, you can use either black plain or chalkboard vinyl.  If you wet your chalk and slightly pat it with a towel, you can write on plain black!!

 

Paper Studio Black Vinyl {You don't have to have a vinyl cutting machine to make vinyl labels}

 

All you have to do is click and print the printable stencils directly below under the picture where is says “Free Printable Chalkboard Label Stencils”.  I recommend printing on card stock so your stencil is thick and you can use it over and over:

Free Printable Stencils for Making Chalkboard Labels {The Creativity Exchange}

Free Printable Chalkboard Label Stencils

Next, cut out one of the stencils along the outer black line with a small pair of scissors (I use my sewing scissors) and then trace the stencil with a ball point pen on the back side of your vinyl:

free printable stencils for creating vinyl chalkboard labels without a machine!

Tutorial and free printable stencils for creating vinyl chalkboard labels without a machine {The Creativity Exchange}

 

Cut out your label on your vinyl and you are good to go!

 

Free Printable Stencils to Make Chalkboard Labels {The Creativity Exchange}

 

free printable stencils for creating vinyl chalkboard labels without a machine!

 

Free printable stencils for creating vinyl chalkboard labels without a machine {The Creativity Exchange}

 

By the way, if you want to learn how to create other vinyl goodies like monograms, letters and designs without the need for a special machine, you need to check out this post for ideas and a tutorial:

Create vinyl monograms without a machine- How- DIY

 

Also, if you haven’t had a chance to put your name in the drawing for the $25.00 gift certificate to my favorite Etsy shop; In or Out Media, you can do that by clicking the image below to go to that post.  The drawing will be this Friday @ 8:00 am:

 

In or Out Media {Etsy Shop}

Have a great rest of the week and I will be back on Friday for the drawing and Friday Favorites!

Cheers!

Cyndy

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6 Responses to Printable Stencils for Creating Pretty Vinyl Chalkboard Labels…

  1. Absolutely love these. Thanks for sharing the printables!

  2. Maureen says:

    Oh my goodness. Eyes rolling back in my head. I have been purchasing pre-cut labels from an Etsy shop. But where can you find a *skinny-tipped* pen to write on the chalkboard labels? I have a fat one but it’s hard to write on tiny labels, such as I use for (all!) my spices. Thanks for sharing these stencils.

  3. Leslie says:

    OMG, I just tried these using chalkboard contact paper and it worked great…I feel so crafty! :) Click here to see my picture on Pinterest which I linked back to your this webpage Cyndy. Thank you so much!

  4. Lindsay says:

    Thank you so much for posting this and for the free printables. Very kind! I might try this and cut out the label shape and use the negative space left as a stencil for chalkboard paint! I have become a bit obsessed with chalkboard paint recently. :)

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