For the final post in (what's turned into) the Front Hall Closet Mini-Series, (See: Inspiration, Before, After) I want to talk labels. Picture me with a big smile on my face right now because this is one of my favorite topics. I LOVE labeling things - but what I think I love most is actually designing labels.
For the ones in my front hall closet, I took inspiration from a trend I've seen popping up a lot lately - watercolors. I've really been drawn to abstract and modern watercolor paintings, fabric, and DIY projects, so I figured why not take that idea and run with it for these labels? I love how they turned out. You can see them pretty well in this shot of our closet:
I designed them in Illustrator, printed them on regular ole white printer paper, cut 'em out, and laminated them using my favorite technique using clear packing tape. In my humble opinion, every project needs a little "pretty" and these labels are the pretty part of this one.
If you're in need of some pretty labels in your life, you're in luck because I'm offering these guys as a free printable! These blank versions of the ones I made are formatted for an 8.5x11 sheet of paper, so all you have to do is download and print on your home printer. Print as many copies as you'd like. If you want to laminate them using the packing tape method, they're made to perfectly fit the height of the tape (with a small border around the edge).
To download them, click here. The link will take you to a high-resolution PDF that you can download and print.
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