Hey there friends! The other day I decided it was time to clean out the pantry. It’s been about three years now:(. Not kidding either..ugh and ewww.
Anyhow, when cleaning it out I came across these old glass jars I had purchased at Walmart. I used to keep the sugar, flour, and whatever else baking uses I needed in them. Well there they sat with dried brown sugar that took me at least 30 minutes to clean out. Of course, in the meantime I had fresh brown sugar bags unopened.
I decided after I cleaned them in order to make room in the pantry I would keep them out near the stove for convenience. Could I just keep them plain though? Uhhh..no. That wouldn’t look very cute. I am all about cute and tidy on the counter top.
I bought the Avery sticker project paper. I can make so many cute labels now with these. I love the paper products Avery carries.
Remember when I made the place setting cards for you? The rooster one still will coordinate all year round on your table. Not just for the holidays.
I went simple with these labels. Traditional black and white. I figure this goes well in all our kitchens.
If you don’t want to buy the sticker paper you could just either print and frame or print, cut and mod podge your labels on. Truthfully, the $4.00 I spent on the paper is well worth it. They look more custom made too and neater. I will make more of these in the future for us. It’s just a small way of giving back to my readers and friends here. I appreciate you all so very much.
Print on one sheet a the sticker paper and simply cute, peel and stick.
I didn’t do much in terms of Valentine decorating this year. I may get the burst to do the mantel.
You can see last year’s Valentine mantel here.
I’ll show you my sprinkle of love int he kitchen.
Avery also has a cool template page with all sorts of designs ideas once you buy there paper. You can just go right on over and design away for free. I am in no way affiliated with Avery btw.
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