DIY Spice Jar Labels - A free download to transform your kitchen

I designed this antique-style set of herb and spice labels a couple years ago to use on vintage spice jars or new recycled glass bottles. They include the botanical (latin) name and common name of each plant. These are lovely decor to enhance your kitchen during cooking or witchcraft or making medicine, although I find these all to be one in the same :)
Free to download and print for personal use. Do not print, alter, or redistribute in any other way.







Here are also an herbal medicine series of labels, and a few others as requested

46 comments:

  1. So awesome, thank you! *smile*

    Heidi

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  2. These are lovely, thank you so much for sharing! :).

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  3. I really like these labels, thank you for sharing them. Do they print onto any particluar sticky label template?

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  4. These are lovely! Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Thank you so much, these are wonderful! they will make my spice jars look so much for fabulous.

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  6. Brenda,
    you can print them on regular avery labels (full sheet) or onto the canvas paper, and then cut them apart. If using canvas paper you can adhere with mod podge or run them through a xyron machine to make sticker backs. enjoy!

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  7. Love these! I'm not ready to reorganize my kitchendrawer, but when I do I'm so going to use these. Thank you. (And if you want to glue it on to a jar, you can use milk... it works fine.)

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  8. I will some day figure out my own with description and Finnish texts, but right now I'm supposed to write my thesis... So these are just awesome solution, thank you!

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  9. These are just what I was looking for! Thank you for making them :) I've just started to re-organise my herbs and spices and was after an olde world look for some labels for them.

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  10. Thank you so much! I've had spice jars for about two years and have neglected to put any spices in them because I was looking for perfect labels. I just found them!

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  11. Wish there was a Camomile label included:)

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    1. There is on the last sheet

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  12. Thank you so much! Your spice labels are beautiful and so generous of you to share them for no cost. I bought the tin spice jars with the magnet on the back that go on the refrigerator, and your spice labels are perfect for them.

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  13. Kristine (awe@duke.edu)December 14, 2012 at 6:50 AM

    This is Kristine again - I just realized that you have not made a label for Black Pepper (only Red Pepper). Is there any chance you have more spice labels that include Black Pepper?

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  14. Jill Thank you so much for doing this, I am building my little home apothecary, and have so many antique bottles I have collected, these will look stunning.

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  15. They are lovely, I have just redone ALL of my bottles...can you make a celery salt and a poultry seasoning for me?
    Thank you...I love them!

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  16. thank you so much for sharing!
    kudzu

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  17. These are beautiful. Just what I was looking for after adding a teaspoon of Cinnamon Sugar instead of Cayenne to a recipe because I couldn't read my own scrawled labels. Thank you! :)

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  18. Thank yous so so much... this is just lovely! So delicate and perfect.

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  19. thank you SO much for these~! they are awesome. any chance of a blank label with the ability to fill in other herbs/spices/meds? fonts used? that way we can make our own for odd/personal ones? Not trying to look a gift horse in the mouth but just a suggestion.......(and wish!)

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  20. I love thesse spice labels! How do i download them from this webpage? Someone please help!

    -Ruth Ebinger

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  21. I'm confused as to where the PDF versions are?

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  22. hi, I just wanna thank you :) these are awesome!! Is there anyway you could make a blank one where we can write the spices ourself seeing there are a lot of spices I cant find on here and would love for all my labels to match :) thx in advance

    Chantal

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  23. nice job. only 1 error, the first botanical name of a plant is with the capital letter...

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  24. Thank you! just what I was looking for!

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  25. ty ty so much for your generosity..just what i have been wanting!!!..they are perfect..loves ya

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  26. what kind of font was used on this? I have 100 more spices i would like labels for and i figured it would be easier to create my own then to have them requested. Thank you!

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  27. These are beautiful! I am looking to re-do the spice bottles labels for my 90 year old mother.. She has other spice not on these labels. Is it possible to get other labels?

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  28. love, love these labels! i can't figure out how to download them though

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  29. I have a mac and I dragged and dropped the file onto my desktop. You can also right click and get the menu that offers you to download the image.

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  31. Loved that you had so many medicinal herbs.

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  32. Wow this is EXACTLY what I was looking for!!! These are awesome! Thanks so much for your hard work! I have a lot of spice mixes (for grilling and such), would it be possible to have a few labels that are blank so I can write in those names? I just added a hanging rack on my cabinet doors, and I am changing all of the spices form the glass jars (I fear they are too heavy over time for the doors) and putting them into plastic jars (lighter on the door hinges over time). If not, I understand.

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  33. Thank you so much for sharing these labels. You had every single spice & herb I needed. Yeah! Bought spice jars & filled & labeled them. My cabinet looks wonderful! :)

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  34. I absolutely love these labels an want them so bad, but I can not download them. Does anyone have an idea as to how to get them?

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  35. So lovely. :) Not sure if you can, but would love a Lemon Balm and Nettle Leaf for my herbalism collection. Thanks so much!

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  36. These are wonderful. There is no link on the page to download the file though.

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  37. They are awesome - thank you so much!!!!

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  38. Hi there, these labels are absolutely gorgeous. It would be good to have one without the spice/herb name on it, for those of us who grow some more unusual plants so we can write the name of the plant on it ourselves. :)

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  39. Where are the PDF versions? These are just perfect for my antique bottles. This is so generous of you. Thank you.

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  40. Beautiful WonderfulOctober 6, 2014 at 3:45 PM

    Many thanks for your talent on these labels...just what I was looking for. U rock!! xox

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  41. i love these, and will use many of them. right up my alley. i thank you for your generosity.....

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  42. Is there a editable pdf download for these? I can only open the image.
    Much appreciated!

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