With my new kitchen, I have so full of shelves! I can put jars there everywhere!! I adore jars, I find that so much more attractive than the ugly cardboard boxes. It is easier as well to cook, everything is available and adapts itself with my spoons cup.
Only with this long row of jars, we need to discern the whole wheat flour to the gluten free flour, brown rice to risotto rice, spelt flakes and oatmeal etc. So I started looking pretty labels to stick on it to put everything in place.
I spent a lot of time on the web, I wanted something vintage but simple. I (of course 😊) looking for on Pinterest to find these nice graphics.
I’m talking about DIY but it’s actually very simple, no need to be manual, you just know cut, write and stick with tape. I think everyone just do it. In fact, I hope for you 😄.
As you can see here, you have to print the images in multiple copies on a sheet and cut them out. You will find these labels below.
I apologize in advance for not sharing the sources of my findings. It’s not my kind of go over it but being obsessed with my findings, I recorded these images without first noted their origin. If by chance the owner thereof be found on my blog, don’t hesitate a second to report. I would add him with pleasure behind these wonderful drawings.
Here is the result ! It really is amazingly simple but right now, I love the simplicity. Especially when I do presentations on a painting more or less found…
Click on the images you will find just below, it will enlarge them. Then save and print them.
Happy collage day !
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