Hand-lettered Vinyl Labels to keep your life organized!
There is nothing I love more than opening up a closet door to an organized and clean space so that I am able to see what we actually have! These labels are perfect for glass jars & plastic containers.
1. Select your label. If you do not see the label you want, select "Custom" and let me know if the "special instructions to seller" section the label you would like. Be sure to add a new "custom" item to your cart for every custom label you would like.
2. Select the maximum width that you would like your labels to be.The longest word will be set to that width to ensure that the labels fit on all your containers.
3. The default color is black. If you would like another color, please specify in the "special instructions to seller" section.
Please allow 7-10 business days for the labels to be created before shipping. Currently, these labels only ship within the US. All orders are shipped via Priority Mail.
Applying the label is simple! Just follow these instructions:
Before you Get Started
Make sure that your jars or containers are clean and dry.
Work on a smooth hard surface such as a kitchen countertop
Preparation with Transfer Tape
Transfer tape has already been applied to your label. Before removing the backing, you need to ensure that the label is adhered to the transfer tape. A craft stick or the Scraper from the Cricut Tool Kit can be used to burnish (rub or polish) the tape onto the vinyl. If you do not have these items at home you can use a wooden or metal spatula. Press firmly to smooth the vinyl lettering onto the transfer tape. Start in the center and move out toward the edges.
Slowly peel the vinyl away from the liner at a 45-degree angle. If the vinyl sticks to the liner, simply burnish the transfer tape onto the vinyl again and then continue to peel the vinyl away from the liner.
Carefully place the transfer tape with vinyl images on a clean and dry surface, making sure the images are straight.
Press firmly to apply. Start in the center and move out toward the ends. A craft stick can be used to burnish the vinyl onto the surface. This step also helps remove any bubbles that might have formed under the vinyl.
Slowly peel the transfer tape away from the vinyl at a 45-degree angle. If the vinyl sticks to the transfer tape, simply burnish the vinyl onto the surface again. Peel the transfer tape away from the vinyl.
Gently wash the inside of the container leaving the decal side free from soap. The less exposure the decal has to water the better off it will be. Never scrub over the decal. If it gets wet, gently pat dry.