I’ve been making home made Granola lately which I store it in a large glass re purposed coffee jar, so this week I decided to make a pantry label for it.
I was going for a bit of a retro look with this one and cut my label from Blackboard vinyl, that was all I had on hand, but any vinyl would work.
Now, I realize that you all might not be Granola eaters (why not? – it’s yum!) so I also added in a few other breakfast cereal names on the file too. Choose either the solid label or the bordered label and add the your preferred cereal name to it.
Some of the details in this file are very fine especially in letters so I suggest a nice sharp blade.
I’ve test cut the file for the Granola Labels but I haven’t cut any samples for the other words.
You may have noticed in the top photo my frame label has lost its sun rays. I messed up when transferring and although I intended to re-cut it and add the sun rays later – I forgot!!
Here’s a close up the solid Granola label.
Here’s the Silhouette Studio Breakfast Pantry Labels for Version 3. (Granola Labels tested in this)
Here’s the Silhouette Studio Breakfast Pantry Labels for Version 2 (untested)
Thanks so much for sharing.
My pleasure Jocelan. Thanks for stopping by.
Natasha in Oz says
I love the sunshine label! They look fabulous on your jars. The granola looks delicious too!
Thanks so much for sharing your post at the #sundaysdownunder linky party. I’ve pinned your post and shared on social media.
Natasha in Oz
Debbi Dresser says
I love this file but was wondering as I would like to make more and have them all match if you would share what font you used for Granola & others please?
Glad you like the file. I used the Voyage Font which was included in a font bundle I purchased some time ago.
I just googled it and there are options to download free versions too (but I can’t vouch for any particular download place)
Hope this helps.