Linen Closet Labels (with free printable labels!)
On Monday, I showed you our newly organized Linen Closet, with the promise that I would have a printable version of the luggage tag labels for you later on in the week. Well, here I am, ready to deliver on that promise!
The luggage tags, with printed labels inserted in the clear pockets, are a fun way to label baskets with handles. Not only do they get the job done of describing the contents inside, but add a fun graphic dose of color on plain white baskets!
If you’ve been coming around here for a while, or have been following along pretty closely over the last few weeks, then you know the luggage tags themselves were originally made to label our playroom baskets. You can find the tutorial for sewing up your own set of luggage tags right HERE!
When I moved the luggage tags from the playroom to the Linen Closet, all I had to do was design and print out new labels that fit the same clear vinyl pockets! I have assembled a printable packet for you that includes a bunch of linen closet-related labels, as well as a blank sheet of labels for you to add text as you need. If you’re curious, the font I used was Return to Sender 🙂 Oh – and I included the luggage tag pattern for easy access!
I love that I was able to put these labels back to good use after our playroom makeover. They were a good bit of work and have survived the “toddler durability test,” so I am glad to find them a new home!
Thanks to all of you who left sweet comments on my Linen Closet makeover! I am excited to have another space in the home finished and off the list! Lately, I’ve actually been wrapping up finishing details in space after space. I finally (after over a year!) got our hallway/guest bathroom finished – I’ll show you the details on Monday! Have a great weekend!
5 Comments on “Linen Closet Labels (with free printable labels!)”
Thank you. I've read many ways to make labels and finally one, yours, that totally works for me. NEVER thought of printing then tracing, Duh!
Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful ideas!
i emailed but got no password 🙁
Please make sure you have subscribed to my mailing list to get the password (you can subscribe here: http://eepurl.com/bILZfb). The password will be delivered in the final confirmation email and will be in a blue box. Be sure to check your Spam/Trash folders for the emails.
Make sure you use ALL caps when entering the password! Once you log on you should be able to access the library from here on out without having to log on again!
Hope that helps!
Many thanks for sharing your work – it is really appreciated