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Hi, everyone! I know it’s been a little while, and I have recipes piling up that I want to post here, but time has not been on my side lately. It does seem to be that way during this time of the year, doesn’t it?

If you bake on a regular basis — gluten free or not — then you know how quickly ingredients can fill up your cabinets and pantry. And if you bake gluten and sugar free, then you might find yourself in my situation, with over a dozen different types of flour plus several sweeteners stuffing your shelves.

Things got so confusing and unkempt looking in my cupboards that I found myself not wanting to bake as much because I knew that I’d have to sort through ziploc bags full of who knows what in order to find what I needed. Not fun!

Free Printable Labels

On a recent Sunday afternoon, I finally had it with the mess, and I went out and purchased snap top containers for my ingredients. I made ingredient labels to go on the containers, and my cupboards are now full of ultra organized and labeled flours and sweeteners. For the first few days after I organized, I couldn’t stop opening the cabinet and smiling because everything was so much easier to find. I plan on keeping it this way!

Free Printable Labels

The free printable ingredient labels (445 Kb PDF) include 27 different flour and sweetener labels in a rainbow of colors. For those who may not be interested in the colors that I chose, and for those of you who don’t use these types of ingredients, I’m also providing a sheet of printable blank labels (529 Kb PDF) that you can use as ingredient labels, gift tags or labels, food labels, and more. I made the blank labels a deep red for a Christmas-y feel, but if you have a graphic editing program like Illustrator or Photoshop, then you can easily change the colors to whatever you’d like. The font I used is Luna, which can be found for free at DaFont.

You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to download and use these files. Download the reader for free here. These labels are for personal, non-commercial use only.

Posted in Craft, Downloads | 27 Comments »

27 Responses

  1. westsidewedding says:

    Thank you so much for sharing these cute labels!!!



  2. Mousy Brown says:

    These are so lovely – really like the idea of using them as gift labels – thank you for going to all that effort and sharing them with us!



  3. Jas says:

    mmmm… love these – simple yet vintage! YAY! Super cute as jam jars and christmas cake labels on gifts! I’ll be downloading (when I get home :) )



  4. Ann H says:

    Perfectly beautiful! Thanks so much. PS get on Twitter!



  5. Kerith says:

    These are perfect! Great timing for my cupboards and pantry. Thank you :)



  6. Steph says:

    Wow, perfect timing! I’ve been on an organizing rampage tonight and I was just about to start on the pantry.
    Thanks!



  7. Kristen says:

    Glad that you’re enjoying the labels, everyone!

    Ann – I do have Twitter accounts for my other sites. Will have to consider opening another for Domestifluff!



  8. Jas (The Gluten Free Scallywag) says:

    Kristen I’ve just used these as my labels and they look fab! I’ve referenced them back to you too (cos I’m definitely not that good on AI!).

    http://www.glutenfreescallywag.com/2009/11/homemade-basil-pesto-naturally-gluten.html

    Enjoy & thanks again!



  9. Mary Sullivan says:

    Love these — thank you!



  10. we heart domestifluff. « The Gluten Free Lab says:

    [...] we want to extend our hearts and our thanks to domestifluff for designing these super-cute, super-useful and super-organized labels for the piles of flours we keep on hand. With [...]



  11. Megan says:

    Love this idea so much more than my sharpie labeled ziplocs. Thank you!



  12. DW says:

    Wow! I have no idea how I stumbled upon your blog, but I am so hooked!! It is such a relief to me to find gluten-free (and sugar-free, why not?) recipes on-line. I’ve gotten pretty good at improvising, but this will take some of the guess work out of it. PLUS, I get crafty inspiration, too???!!!???

    Thank you!

    PS: I’ve often heard that gluten-free flours should be kept in the fridge. Is that incorrect?

    PPS: There is a cookbook called “Extra-vegan-za” that someone highly recommended to me (apparently, there are excellent gluten-free recipes in it). Have you tried any recipes from it? Any thoughts?



  13. Amanda says:

    I’m so happy to hear that I wasn’t the only one with ziploc bags full of assorted gluten-free flours. Mine would tumble out of the freezer every time I opened it!



  14. Beth says:

    These labels are so cute! I’m a gluten-free crafter too!!! How exciting!



  15. silver says:

    wow, came for the biscuits and found labels, too!!!! Thanks so much! I’ll let you know how the biscuits come out :)



  16. sheba says:

    The best….i looked all over ..and these are AWESOME!!



  17. Lynn Dixon says:

    Is there any way in which I can print my own words onto these labels?
    I have saved the file onto my desktop, but cannot see any way in which to edit.



  18. Cindi says:

    Thanks!



  19. Roberta says:

    Hi,
    i´m sister´s bride from brazil, tottaly mad about the planning of bridal shower. I was crazy, looking foward for this kind of printable food labels!! Thanks a lot for sharing with us!!!



  20. A Marie says:

    I would like to know the name of the label company you used and the number for sticky labels. Thanks A Marie



  21. Kristen says:

    A Marie – I used full sheet matte labels and just cut them into the shape I wanted with scissors. I love the full sheet labels because they’re inexpensive and versatile. Here’s where I buy mine: http://www.onlinelabels.com/Products/OL175WX.htm



  22. A Marie says:

    Hi, I love your labels. I just ordered the full sheets from the same place you get yours. But how can I print the info on the labels? Please help. Thanks
    Marie



  23. A Marie says:

    Hi. I would like to know how I can print on the labels i received from your web page. Thanks
    Marie



  24. Kristen says:

    A Marie – I’m sorry that you’re having trouble with the labels. Do you have Adobe Acrobat to open and print the files? You can download it for free at this link: http://get.adobe.com/reader/otherversions/

    Hope this helps!



  25. World Label says:

    Thanks for sharing these awesome designs -:)



  26. Nurul says:

    Thanks for sharing this.. :)
    Awesome…
    I’ve used this design for my kitchen labels…
    Great work and thanks again.. :)



  27. Eula says:

    These are so cute and uesful! Thank you for sharing.



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