Organize a Baking Cabinet with Free Printable Labels {March Printable of the Month}…

Free Printable Labels to Organize a Baking Cabinet {The Creativity Exchange}
One of my new year’s resolutions this year is to do more baking. I love to bake but I’m just not that great at it. I figured the best way to improve my baking skills is to do more of it, right? That’s my plan but I’m not going to make it very far not being able to find a thing in my baking cabinet or having cake flour with an expiration date of 2007.

I decided to get organized with a pretty and functional baking cabinet to make things a lot easier and to encourage me to bake more. This project is also the March Free Printable of the Month, which are these pretty labels that I created for us and all of our staple baking supplies:

 

Organize a baking cabinet with these free printable labels {The Creativity Exchange}

 

Free printable baking cabinet labels {The Creativity Exchange}
I created a sheet of printable labels with or without text, so you can write on the blank ones with white marker if you have any other labels that you need.

If you too are looking to organize your baking supplies, these pretty labels are just the right size for standard plastic or glass canisters. I made some of the labels larger for flour, sugar and oatmeal and then I went down in size based on the amount most of us would need. My husband picked up a large box of 12 various sized canisters from Sam’s for $80.00 but I could have found a better deal if I shopped around. However, these are SoftWorks canisters and they have the pressure seal, which I love.

So all you need for the printable labels is a full sheet (8.5 ” x 11″) label paper. I like to use 3M brand from Office Depot and I used the removable adhesive so I can remove them down the line if I want. Just click the blue link under the image directly below that says “Printable Baking Cabinet Labels with Text” if you want the text on the labels:

Free printable baking cabinet labels {The Creativity Exchange}

Printable Baking Cabinet Labels with Text

and click the link under the image directly below that says “Printable Baking Labels without Text” if you want the plain labels:

Printable Baking Labels without Text {The Creativity Exchange}

Printable Baking Cabinet Labels without Text

You can either cut out the labels with a pair of small sewing scissors or you can just make them a square.  I cut mine out and it just took a few minutes.  Again, on the plain labels, all you need is a marker to write on the labels.

Organize a Baking Cabinet with Free Printable Labels from The Creativity Exchange

I hope you guys can use these printables!  I know I put them to good use and I can’t wait to do a little baking this afternoon! If you guys have any great suggestions of a great baking cookbook or a favorite baking website, I would love to know so I can hone my little baking skills this year!

Thanks for stopping by today and I’ll be back for Friday Favorites.

Cheers!

Cyndy

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34 Responses to Organize a Baking Cabinet with Free Printable Labels {March Printable of the Month}…

  1. Joan says:

    Thank you for sharing your printables. These are great!

  2. Denise says:

    That’s too pretty to bake with! :)

  3. Carissa says:

    I was wondering what font you used for the labels? You have a lot of items in the text version that I would like to use but there a few missing that I would like to print. Being the perfectionist I am I would love to use the same font throughout.

  4. Kathryn says:

    Well…it looks like your read my mind. I was just going to find some printable lables for my baking containers. Thanks for making my life a little easier! (These are beautiful BTW!! Just what I was looking for!)
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  5. Kathleen says:

    Love these! I have the same canisters and am excited to FINALLY put pretty labels on them! Right now they have an ugly makeshift masking tape label, lol! I do have a question though: Instead of hand writing on the blank labels, I would love to type in a font and then print them out. Is that possible?
    Thanks so much!
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  6. MrsSW says:

    Just what I’ve been needing – thanks so much. :)

  7. Cyndy, thank you SO much for these labels….I just tore through my spices and baking cabinet, threw out a bunch of old stuff (yikes, was horrified by some of the expiration dates!) and these great labels will help finish up the job! Am pinning these! Have a great day!
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  8. Sandy says:

    Heyy, thanks for sharing this and just love the labels. Your very talented. May I ask in what program did you make these? Thanks will be using them soon.

  9. Megan says:

    Thanks for sharing! You are so sweet.
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  10. Tina Johnson says:

    Thankyou for sharing. You took the time to share with us something that I just dont have the spare time to figure out how to make right now. I think that is just the sweetest. And pretty too.

  11. June says:

    These are just awesome labels!!! Thanks so much for sharing these!!!

  12. Frances says:

    I would recommend Mary Berry, her recipes are totally water tight and work every time and alway always crowd pleasers! This is such a beautiful cupboard how can you resist baking up a storm! xxx

  13. Alane says:

    Love, love, LOVE all your creative ideas Cyndy and thank you for sharing them! I need some asisatnce though!

    I have all Mac computers and cannot get any of the labels to print. When I pull up the PDF it comes up blank…. Any suggestions? Anyone? Thank you!

  14. Katie S says:

    Thanks for sharing! Where did you get the blue metal canisters. I LOVE THEM!!! Are they air tight for food storage?

  15. Love these labels. They are so cute!

  16. Melissa Hernandez says:

    Hi… I love love love this!!! I printed what you have done and then went to PicMonkey to make a label for everything in my pantry only cause I can’t stand my writing… I just have one question??? Do you know what number color you used? I’m one of those where everything has to match or it drives me crazy… Thanks for your amzing labels & blog!!!

  17. Kathy T says:

    Your baking cabinet with the labels is perfect. Thanks for sharing the font you used. I saw someone asked you the color of the font too. My other question is the metal canisters –did you find those or spray paint them to match ? If so what color did you use? Thank you so much .

  18. Leanne says:

    I love the idea of having a baking cabinet. The labels are adorable. Thanks for sharing them with everyone. I’m going to be pinning this to our Organize It! Pinterest Board.
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  19. Mary says:

    I love your labels in every way. Now I want to go change out all the labels in my kitchen! I’d love for you to share this at my link party “Organize My Life” that opens every Monday night. Stop on by http://maryorganizes.com! Have a great day!

  20. Tracie says:

    Love them and want to make more to match…
    got PicMonkey!
    you shared the font name!
    what is the color number though?
    and where do you get that exact shape?

    I want all my cupboards to match…a little OCD

  21. Kelly Conner says:

    Beautiful Labels! Thanks for sharing. What font did you use?

  22. Do you like those containers? I have been wanting to buy them, but they are so expensive.

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