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Printable Spice Labels with a Cricut

Use the Cricut print then cut feature to make printable spice jar labels for your kitchen organization.
20 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Author Angie Holden


  • Cricut machine
  • Printer and ink

What You Will Need

  • Printable vinyl or full-size sticker sheets
  • Cricut cut file
  • Small mason jars


  • Start by pulling up the Cricut cut file.
  • You can then customize the labels to whatever you like. I have a bunch of them pre-made in Design Space. You can delete any of those you do not want.
  • To make your own, click where it says "custom text here" and add your own spices. Click center. The change in the text may not show until you center it. This is because the cut file is so large.
  • Then pick both the name and the square. Click align and then center. Then click flatten.
  • You have just made a custom spice label. Continue adding custom labels until you have as many as you want. You can copy one before you flatten it to make even more copies.
  • Once you have only the labels you want to make on the screen, click "make it" to start printing your labels.
  • The computer will prompt you to send your file to your printer. Please note that a large black box will print around your labels. This is for the print then cut feature. You can see more about this feature here.
  • Then, once printed, you will be prompted to cut the material. The machine will use the large black box as a guide and cut each of your labels.
  • Remove the mat from your machine once it has finished the cut and remove the label material from the mat.
  • Then just peel away each of the printable spice labels from the sheet and stick them to mason jars or any other container.
  • Fill your jars and add them to your counter or cabinets.