Organizing our Food with Chalk Labels
Now that I’m making more gluten free foods for my daughter, I have new ingredients that need a home. I just happen to have a few jars that are empty! I’m thinking that if I place labels on them I’ll need to change the ingredients. Chalk labels were the answer, it would allow me to rewrite the contents on the label. I went around to all the craft stores in search of premade chalk labels and couldn’t find them. Then, I found a roll of chalk label paper at our local craft store. I was just about to use my kiddos fat sidewalk chalk, when my friend, Chaska told me about the Paper Source having chalk pens. Oh my gosh, the project was complete in my head! Here are the results.
My many jars. If you are like me, you like containers? My husband teases me that I have containers for containers!!! Here is the link at Amazon: glass containers
Ok, you’ll need to buy some awesome label paper. Here it is on Amazon: chalk label paper
I couldn’t draw my image, so i traced the shape.
Here it is traced. When you cut them, you can layer 3 label papers together and cut 3 at once.
If you don’t have the time and energy, you can buy some premade labels here on my Amazon link: premade labels
I found these cool chalk marker pens at the Paper Source Store. These markers are just like chalk and wash away with a wet towel. They are great since you can control the chalk and I feel like it is less smudge proof! we finally got a new Paper Source store near us. If you want to order some of these pens, please click on my link in amazon: chalk marker.I make a little bit of profit from your order.
I’m so happy with the results!