This set of 65 spice jar labels can be cut on a Cricut or other electronic cutting machine—perfect to organizing your spice cabinet! Includes a tutorial for applying the labels to your spice jars!
A while back, I created a set of SVG cut file jar labels, for everything in your pantry. That bundle of labels is huge! I often get requests for a matching spice jar set, and I’ve finally put one together.
To begin, you can download a set of 9 labels for free!
You can now download the matching set of 65 spice jar labels to cut on your Cricut or other cutting machine!
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My original jar labels were cut in black because we had so many white flours and such. Because of the colors of my spices, I decided to use white vinyl, but of course you can cut them in whatever color vinyl you have.
Spice Jar Labels: Materials
- Spice jars (I love these from World Market)
- Cuttable vinyl
- Cricut Explore or other cutting machine
- Transfer tape
- Cutting mat, weeder, and scraper
- Realist font (If you want to add your own spices!)
To begin, you can download these 9 labels for free to get started! Just click the image below to have the SVG delivered right to your inbox.
Grab the whole spice jar bundle with 65 labels for just $5! You’ll be able to organize all of your spices (and I mean all of them!).
Spice Jar Labels: Directions
I don’t have many how-to photos for this one (I made these quickly during nap time!), but the process is the same as it is for my pantry labels.
Basically you’ll cut the files on your vinyl (you can “hide” all of the labels you don’t need in the Cricut Design Space). Weed out the negative space, including all the little bits inside letters like B and A.
Then, using the transfer tape, you’ll transfer the labels off the backing paper and onto your jars. Learn more about using transfer tape.
This whole set is free for you to download. If you find that I missed some spices, leave me a comment and I’ll update the file!