Learn how to create custom DIY labels for your organizing projects using adhesive vinyl and the Cricut Maker cutting machine. You can create these labels in any size, color, and font you’d like which means the labeling possibilities are virtually endless! I’ll teach you exactly how to make these pretty labels in my video tutorial.
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Although fancy labels and pretty storage bins are absolutely not required for getting organized, they are a lot like sprinkles on a cake – totally not necessary but no one will argue with how fun and pretty they are. Pretty labels make me weak in the knees.
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Pretty DIY Label Ideas
I’ve created my own DIY vinyl labels for a variety of projects in our home and just keep coming up with more reasons to make more!
I created these sweet labels for the storage bins in the nursery:
And I recently shared this glimpse of the labels I made for the organizers under our bathroom sink:
I also used them to label the soap dispensers by our kitchen sink:
And today I’m showing you a sneak peek at how I recently made labels for storage totes filled with outgrown baby clothes. I’ll be sharing more details about organizing kids clothing in another blog post later this week, so watch for that!
How To Make Vinyl Labels With The Cricut Maker
Watch this detailed video tutorial to see every single step of making these DIY labels. This video will show you how I created vinyl labels for large storage totes, but you can use the same method to label just about anything! There’s even iron-on vinyl if you want to label fabric items.
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Label Supply List
- Cricut Vinyl
- Transfer Tape
- Weeding Tool
- Scraper And Spatula Tool Set
- Scissors Or Paper Trimmer
- Measuring Tape
- Level (optional)
- Cricut Maker cutting machine
- StandardGrip Cutting Mat
- Cricut Design Space software (free with your Cricut cutting machine)
- Storage Containers – I used these totes for this project
Want to learn more about the Cricut Maker?
Check out this post where I introduced the new cutting machine and talked about the 100+ materials it can cut.
Do you have a Cricut? Or are you thinking about getting one? I’d love to hear what you make with yours in the comments below.
Have a great day!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.