Its almost spring time, and that means out with the old and in with the organized!
Today we are sharing with you, FREE Craft Labels so you can organize your office space, craft area, or classroom!
I have been using empty paint cans for years in my home office, to store my craft supplies, and thought I would show you how to make them today.
They are very easy to make, and if you don’t want to go to a paint store for empty paint cans, you can use empty soup cans as well.
FREE Craft Labels: Download here
Fabric & Coordinating Ribbon
Glue (I use fabric glue or hot glue)
First cut out your labels – you can either use them as square shapes or you can use a 2″ craft punch to cut as circles or scallops.
Next measure your can and cut your fabric to wrap around can. I leave freyed edges as is…. you could use frey check if you wanted but I don’t find it neccessary.
Glue ribbon around can, and glue on label.
I actually like to mix & match fabrics and ribbons just for extra interest! (my office containers are all kinds of wild pinks, aquas & green patterns)!
These labels are great to stick on any containers… You could go to the dollar store, and even find some inexpensive bins to hold your supplies… mason jars would work…. you can punch holes in the top and use for hang tags as well! Print them as stickers, and give a set to your teachers…. there are so many great uses for them! We included a blank page as well – use them as gift tags or any other label needed!