Printable vanilla extract labels for all your homemade extract making and gifting purposes.
But wait! I’ve got 2 versions, one for circle labels and one for square labels.
But wait! I’ve also got 6 extract flavors, because you never know when you’ll want to make almond extract or lemon, peppermint, cinnamon, maple . . . oh my!
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Well if my sister Marci insists on being an extract making ninja, then I’m going to be a extract label making ninja.
Call it a little sisterly competition, collaboration or coercion, but together we hope to have your Holiday gifts figured out and checked off that list!
After all, who wouldn’t want a beautiful bottle of homemade extract with the cutest little label to go with it?
Our pressure cooker Vanilla Extract recipe is found in our recently released cookbook, Master the Electric Pressure Cooker, or you can head over to Marci’s to get the recipes for all her favorite pressure cooker extracts, including Vanilla, Almond, Peppermint, Lemon, Maple and Cinnamon.
If you happen to be in the mentality that extracts takes months to make . . . think again!
Marci will show you how to extract those flavors in a mere matter of minutes – not months!
You could wait until Christmas Eve, and still pull off the best gifts of the season! Homemade with love, potent, pure and to-die-for delicious.
Then be sure to grab all the printable options you need, right here.
I’m going to show you exactly how to print them as well.
I have two options for you, in each flavor variety.
CIRCLE EXTRACT LABELS
If circle and thick black vintage font is your jam, I’ve gotcha covered.
SQUARE EXTRACT LABELS
Or if you’d like to square it off with a lovely script font, I’ve covered those bases as well.
They are simple in design, low on ink, and high on beauty!
You’ll be able to print them on select Avery sticker labels readily available on Amazon or in stores (don’t worry, I’ll get more into that too), or print them on an 8.5 x 11 US standard printer paper to cut and attach as desired.
LABLE PRODUCTS USED
The Avery sticker labels I choose are the perfect size for these small 4 oz Amber colored bottles.
HOW TO PRINT ON AVERY LABELS
Once you download the files below of your choosing, you’ll first go to avery.com and hover over the “Template” drop down, and select “Find a Template“.
From there, you will see you can enter the product number, based on the label package you choose. The number is right on your Avery package.
This particular design was made for the 1 1/2 circles or squares.
At this point, you may need to create a Free Avery account, if you don’t already have one. It’s quick and easy to do, following the prompts.
Once you see the correct product number and labels, click on “UPLOAD A DESIGN“.
Then drag, drop, or select the downloaded PDF file (from below) of the single label image I’ve provided for you.
It should fit perfectly, then select “APPLY THIS DESIGN“.
In the “customize” section, you have options to play with the design, but you shouldn’t have to.
Then select “PREVIEW AND PRINT“.
From here you have the options to let them print for you and send it to you, or print it yourself. When you select “print it yourself” you’ll then be led to open the document or download it. Either way, you can then send it to your printer with the label paper inserted and print away.
If you run into problems, the Avery site has great troubleshooting guides. Our printers are certainly all different, and may have different settings on, but I’ve found Avery has good guides to see you through to a successful print job.
That’s really all there is to it! Now click on the images or text links to download the PDF and get the perfect extract label for you!
Thank you so very much for being here! Please let me know if you enjoy this freebie!
Big thanks goes to my dear friend Kendra, a graphic designer ninja from Key Lime Digital Designs. She created these lovely labels for us!
*These labels are free for personal use only.
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