Free Printable Labels For Organizing: {A Nice Collection}

Here’s a nice bunch of labels you can download and use for organizing all kinds of things around the home. Attach these to bins, boxes and even file folders if you like.

I’ve compiled over 2 dozen sets so far. There are a variety of shapes & sizes available (rectangles, circles, squares, etc.), many color themes (including black & white and chalkboard style) and storage focus (toys, medicine cabinet, linen closet, pets, office, school, etc.).

Some have a bright & cheery flair, others add a touch of elegance. Also included in the bunch are simple & basic options so there should be something here for everyone’s aesthetic.

Suggestions for attaching: (other than making stickers to apply directly to container)

  • Decorative ribbon (grosgrain can be especially versatile & decorative)
  • Twine
  • Luggage tags
  • Laminate (self-adhesive sheets)
  • Snap rings / key rings / binder rings
  • Mini clothespins
  • Zip ties
  • Metal tag holders

I’m sure there are thousands of free labels available online, but as always, I select those that don’t ask for your email or require a membership to download the goodies and those that I think are pleasantly designed (or nice & smart).

I’ve made a separate page focusing on kitchen goodies on this page: Handy Kitchen Printables (includes ideas for spices, mason jars, freezer bags, etc.) and another collection just for canning & preserves here.

Many of the items listed are customizable with editing allowed (for both pdf files and graphic images).

Some are pre-printed/pre-filled in the previews below, but blank templates are often included as well so handwritten notes are still an option.

Several sources also offer a wider choice of color schemes than what is shown in this gallery (there’s only so much room!).

Now on to the goodies…have fun πŸ™‚

New Collection Update: March, 2022

Free Organizing Labels To Download & Print

Here are a few from me to you…each are a full page in pdf format.

Black Border LabelsPink Washi Labels

The gallery below highlights my handpicked collection from around the ‘net…click images you are interested in to visit the sources.

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Quick Tip: For those that will be hung or attached without adhesive, laminating first will make them more durable and easy to wipe clean.

As you can see from the examples above, even the most inexpensive or no-frills plastic baskets & storage containers can be transformed by aesthetically pleasing labels. It may take a bit of time to sort things and declutter…but the results are well worth it!

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Comments

    • Shanni D.
    Reply

    These are super cute. I love organizing. Thanks for the tip.

    • Holly
    Reply

    Love all of these! Can you tell me which ones are fitted to pre-cut label sizes?

    • LijaWW
    Reply

    Thank you, I just love them. Very helpful. How’d you know this is what I needed? πŸ™‚

    • LijaWW
    Reply

    Thought I’d let you know: when I clicked on “To Keep You Organized: Free pdf download featuring three packed pages full of various labels…”
    I got this:

    Not Found

    HTTP Error 404. The requested resource is not found.

      • Tipnut
      Reply

      Thanks for the heads up, all fixed! πŸ™‚

    • Barbara Bordynoski
    Reply

    These are so cute. Just love all of them.

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