Free Printable Pantry Labels

Put a final and unique touch on your pantry organization with these downloadable free printable pantry labels. Kitchen labels are all the rave lately, and this set I prepared for you is adorable!

While we all have different lifestyles and tastes in food, we can all agree on some pantry staples. These free downloadable printable pantry labels will help you recognize your products quickly. After all, who doesn’t love pretty labels for kitchen canisters?

free printable pantry labels

I created 3 different files of free printable pantry labels:

  • Chalkboard background
  • White background
  • Aqua blue background

Breakdown of the Kitchen Labels

Each printable file is in PDF format with 3 pages each. Each set of each color of these kitchen labels contains the following pages.

Page 1 – Baking

  • Brown sugar
  • Refined sugar
  • All-purpose flour
  • Whole wheat flour
  • Coconut flour
  • Powdered sugar
  • Chocolate chips
  • Cocoa powder

Page 2 – Grains

  • White rice
  • Brown rice
  • Lentils
  • Quinoa
  • Pearl barley
  • Split peas
  • Black beans
  • Couscous

Page 3 – Others

  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Cookies
  • Pretzels
  • Granola
  • Oats
  • Candy
  • Nuts
Download for free. More colors available!

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How to Make your Kitchen Labels

I designed these pantry labels with you in mind. The design is pretty, but the shape is a simple rectangle that you can just cut with craft scissors. You do not need a fancy cutting machine to make these pantry labels.

Once you download your free printable pantry labels (see instructions below), you will be able to print and cut them. Here is a list of my recommended products to make these labels for your kitchen canisters and make them look unique.

  1. Download the free printable file or all the files if you are interested in more than one color option.
  2. You will need waterproof sticker paper, US Letter size. The paper must be a full-page label or a full-page sticker. Please ensure that the paper you purchase is compatible with your current printer.
  3. Print on inkjet or laser printer. It doesn’t matter what type of printer you use if the label paper is compatible with your printer. I recommend this laser printer.
  4. Scissors or a paper trimmer.

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I hope you enjoy our free printable pantry labels!

happy organizing, Flavia


  1. Love all your organizing tips and am super excited to use these pantry labels as we move into our new house! Not sure if I am just missing it, but what size labels do you use to print these off? Is there an Avery number? Thanks, Michelle

  2. I really like these labels. like i have seen in previous comments i feel the same that i haven’t really seen any others that i like. The problem i have is i wouldn’t some of these labels and would need some that are not on here. So if you could make editable ones that would be amazing. I wouldn’t want to waste ink on labels i would not use.

  3. Hello there! I love Love LOVE your pantry labels! I havent seen any others that I like in this style or design. Do you have an editable version of these so I can add my own text? Thank you!

    1. Hi Tania! This is a request a get very often. I will work on an editable file this summer and share it with all. If you’d like, sign up to receive my newsletter so you will know about it, as soon as I publish. Thank you for your feedback!

  4. Thanks for sharing your expertise, these printables are really appreciated

  5. These are cute, but like other people, not the labels I need. I’ll keep looking for customizable ones, and check back here to see what updates you make.

  6. I was wanting to use these labels, but there are a few other things (cornmeal, pinto beans, taco seasoning, etc.) I wanted to use them for. Would you mind sharing the fonts you used, so I could paste in the words for additional labels? Thanks 🙂

    1. Hi Rebekah! Unfortunately, these labels are non-editable, so you can’t not erase the words to place different ones. I will share an editable file in the near future, and I will make sure to let you know! Thanks for stopping by!

    1. Hi Lacy! I am working on updating and uploading the weeks missing. For now, it’s just me working on the blog and its been hard to keep up. Hopefully all other projects (not necessarily from 52 WNH) can keep you inspired. Thanks for stopping by!

      1. I absolutely love your page!! I wish I had time to blog!! You are truly inspiring and I am so excited to continue my projects inside my home all inspired by you! Keep up the hard work 🙂

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