Source: Martha Stewart Living, September 2006

Introduction

Bring visual harmony to assorted spices by transferring them to plain jars (we used glass ones, available at housewares stores) and tagging the containers with our self-adhesive labels. Your upgraded collection will be attractive and easier to scan -- no more mistaking the cumin for cinnamon. If you prefer, stick round labels on the lids and stand the jars in a drawer.

materials

  • 8 1/2-by-11-inch sheet of self-adhesive paper

  • Straightedge

  • Utility knife

  • Scissors

steps

  1. Download the labels and print them onto self-adhesive paper.

  2. Using a straightedge and a utility knife, cut out the rectangular labels; cut out the round labels with a pair of scissors.

  3. Peel the labels from their paper backing and carefully affix them to your spice jars.

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