A beautiful, functional and organized spice rack is one of life’s small pleasures, right? When I open the cabinet doors to my spice rack and find a place for everything and everything in its place, my heart gets a little pittery pattery. Until recently, I found spice rack organization to be one of those domestic tasks I just couldn’t quite achieve. It can be tough when your spices are stored in the containers you purchased them in; we all know that one brand’s tin is entirely incompatible with another brand’s glass jar. I’m here to tell you, though, that achieving an organized and beautiful spice rack is cheaper and easier than you might think. And once you see how cute the free printable spice jar labels I’m sharing today are, I think you’ll want to undergo a spice rack makeover A-sap. The best part is that you don’t need a fancy machine to create these labels; all you need is a set of widely-available Avery labels. I picked mine up at Walmart, but you can also order them from Amazon.

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Several small Ikea jars with free printable spice jar labels

Before creating these free printable spice jar labels, I searched Pinterest high and low, hoping I’d find a version I could simply download and print. Unfortunately, everything I found required the use of either a fancy vinyl printer or a Cricut cutting machine, neither of which I have access to. But after doing a little research, I figured out that I could create a customized version and print them onto ready-made Avery labels. I think I paid about ten dollars for a package of sixty labels and–after outfitting my entire spice rack with these cute labels–I have a couple of sheets leftover.

Free printable spice jar labels
Free printable spice jar labels

The Avery labels are a two-inch diameter and fit perfectly on the same IKEA spice jars that I own. These particular jars can sit flat (as pictured here) or they can tilt forward by being placed on the flat side of the jar. My preference is for the jars to sit flat.


I would highly recommend ordering extra jars. I’ve found that it’s helpful to have an extra lying around in case I need to purchase a new spice that I don’t commonly use.

Free printable spice jar labels

You’ll be happy to know that I’ve done all the creative work for you here by creating .pdf files of free printable spice jar labels that you can download and print. Simply click on the images below and download them to your computer. Once you purchase your labels, you’ll be all set for printing.


When it comes time to print, it’s always a good idea to print a test sheet on regular paper. Use your test sheet to ensure which way you should load your label sheets into the printer.

I printed my labels on the highest quality setting that my printer is capable of. I recommend you do the same, lest you end up with labels that look a bit faded.

Free printable spice jar labels

I continue to update this post with additional sheets of labels. If your favorites are not listed, be sure to note them in the comments and I’ll keep them in mind for my next revision. *Please note, these are an original design with purchased assets and I am not willing to share the names of fonts used.*

I hope you enjoy your beautifully organized spice rack as much as I’ve enjoyed mine!



  1. Oh….yay!!! I was going to ask you how you made these. Thanks for sharing!!!

    1. Absolutely! An organized and pretty spice rack probably doesn’t rank high in the hierarchy of life, but when you have one, life is a little better.

  2. Hey! What font did you use on these? They’re so beautiful– but apparently I use weird spices that you didn’t make labels for :(

  3. Officially obsessed with these! ALL the heart eyes to organization and the way this is done! I’ve ordered everything I need and I’m downloading the labels now! Do you have any more for any other spices I might have that aren’t listed? I’d be willing to purchase!

    1. I’m so glad you love them as much as I do, Alyssa! I don’t have any others available but if you leave a comment with additional spices, I’m happy to create an additional sheet once I have enough suggestions to fill a page.

  4. I did this and am so excited how they turned out! Super easy and a wonderful font. A sigh of relief for a beautifully organized spice rack! I too have additional spices that weren’t listed and if you’re still looking for suggestions I have a few :)

    Cajun Seasoning
    Parsley Flakes
    Seasoned Salt
    Minced Onion
    Lemon Pepper
    Apple Pie Seasoning
    Chipotle Pepper
    Sea Salt
    Curry Powder
    Kosher Salt
    Black Peppercorns

  5. Hey Darcie! I finally got around to printing the labels off. Unfortunately, they are not printing in the 2″ label. Can you tell me what I might be doing wrong? Thank you!!

  6. Hi Darcie, I’ve searched the internet for spice jar labels that are as great as yours but I cannot find any! I love your labels but I have so many spices that are different to the labels you have made. I would really like to use your labels but I don’t want different labels on the other jars, is there any chance you could post the font you used? I have searched for the font but cannot find it! I would greatly appreciate it! I would love my spice jars to look this good! Thank you!!

  7. Thanks so much for these!! I could only find clear ones and I don’t want to pay $10 for 5 sheets of paper! It seems absurd the price for that clear paper. The only other option was ones that were cute but had a black background and would waste a TON of ink ! Then… voila I found yours! PERFECT solution for those who just want a simple but fabulous design.
    One quick question: can anyone recommend similar jars on Amazon? I sadly (VERY sadly) have no Ikea near me :(
    Thanks again!!

    1. Oops nevermind I see the link is to Amazon not Ikea, you’re so wonderful!!

  8. LOVE your labels. I was wondering if you would consider selling this as a template that we can edit so myself and others can change some of the ones you have pre-prepared to some of the more unusual spices that you don’t have listed. I’m a bit OCD and don’t want miss-matched labels in my pantry. haha Pretty please??? :)

    1. I’m right there with some of the above comments, I use so many different international spices and would love a template so I can personalize. Is this available for purchase?

      1. Hi Teena. I created these labels using purchased assets. I can’t sell a template, unfortunately. Maybe you can check Etsy for a printable template? My licensing agreement just doesn’t allow for that. Sorry!

  9. Hi!

    I absolutely love these! Would also pay for a template to create a few custom ones that are not listed here. Is this something your doing? Or could you recommend a font similar to the one you used? Please! :)

  10. Will your labels work on a clear background? My spice jars have stainless lids so I don’t want white or black.

    1. These were designed as a template to work specifically on the Avery labels indicated. I can’t guarantee they’ll print correctly on any other sheet of labels.

  11. I would also like to suggest a few
    Celery salt
    Crushed red pepper
    Chinese five spice

  12. Cajun Seasoning
    Parsley Flakes
    Seasoned Salt
    Minced Onion
    Lemon Pepper
    Apple Pie Seasoning
    Chipotle Pepper
    Sea Salt
    Curry Powder
    Kosher Salt
    Black Peppercorns
    Cocoa powder
    Dried lavender
    taco seasoning

  13. I also want to see if you’d sell the Templet so I can make some other off the wall spices.

  14. I’m having a similar issue but I think I might need the 22817 Avery labels instead of the 22807 (which is what I have tried). Brandi – do you know if your number happens to be 22807 too? They are OK but slightly off and the wonky borders are bothering me. Darcie’s look so perfect in the pictures! I’m obsessed with these beautiful labels BTW!

  15. You have onion salt two times but no celery seed. Could you please share the font so I can make a celery seed label?

  16. I second the Old Bay. In fact, I need a whole sheet of Old Bay (for wedding favors) and would be happy to pay for a custom sheet if you would be willing to do it. Thanks – this is a great idea and I am already also plotting how to change out my spice jars without sparking a rebellion in the ranks.

  17. These are great. It would be fantastic if you could add:

    Minced Garlic,
    Red Bell Pepper Flakes
    Green Bell Pepper Flakes
    White Pepper
    Everything Bagel Spice
    Onion Soup MIx

  18. Mrs. Dash garlic & herb
    Mrs. Dash lemon pepper
    Meat tenderizer
    Ground White pepper

  19. I love the labels!!
    Herb seasoning
    Steak seasoning
    Thank You!

  20. I bought avery 2 inch labels but am having issues printing the labels. My printer say error when I want to print and nothing will print on either computer paper or my 2 inch labels from Avery. Can you explain how to line up the images and how to print. I am using a Mac computer. Your assistance would be appreciated.

  21. Hello! Love this idea you have created! Do i just need to save this and purchase labels to print them on ??
    Also can you add “Garlic Pepper Seasoning”


  22. Thank you so much for these labels, but now I have to get the jars and empty all the plastic store bought spices into them then do the labels. Lol

  23. Do you have a link to the jars that you used – they are so perfect for what I am looking for!
    thanks for sharing your labels

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