Organize in a Cinch with Labels!

Hello SnapGinger readers, I have a great DIY for you today! HD Chalks reached out to me to see what I could come up with for their Black chalkboard Labels with Liquid Chalk Marker.  I love to organize, and I am all about a simple all-in-one solution. The kit comes with 52 labels and a marker, so you can really organize to your hearts content!

Labels are one of the best solutions to reorganize a space, while labeling everything in sight in a stylish way! The uses are endless, and the labels stick to glass, plastic, paper and more! They’re self-adhesive, reusable, durable and waterproof, that means the bathroom can finally get the attention it deserves!

PLUS, and this is my favorite part, you can wipe them clean with a damp cloth, in case you change your mind about what you’re storing where! The marker is non-toxic and there is a 100% guarantee. It’s almost too good to be true right? Plus, the price is right. So let’s talk about some great Pinspiration for using these amazing labels!

I see so many practical and fun label applications on Pinterest every day, but here are some of my favorites!

The labels above are printable, but, who needs a printer when you have a handy chalk marker! You can label your entire pantry with this kit, and then some. And then, when you decide to switch from flour to whole wheat flour, simply wipe that label down and change it up! Easy Peasy!

I love the idea of using the labels on tags tied to baskets. You can definitely do this in the bathroom, giving each family member their own basket. Plus, how cute is that first aid bucket?! We have currently have a plastic bin, but I’m seriously thinking of upgrading! Either way, labels will be the star of the show!

Have an extra piece of chalk laying around? Why not use the technique above and elevate your labels?! These make great gift tags, and would be great for teacher gifts!!

These jars are darling, and they look even better with chalk labels. Plus, not to be a broken record, you can change up your labels as your spice collection expands and morphs!

This might be my favorite application for chalk labels: labeling your homemade gifts! I’ve posted a few tutorials, linked below, for homemade gifts I’ve made, and I wish I had these labels for the scrubs I packaged up, they would have been adorable on the tags, or even right on the containers themselves! I never even thought of it! 

Why not wrap up some homemade soap with plastic and seal it with a label? Or package a few bars in a cute box and label that sucker for a professional looking homemade gift!

Also, I wrote a post containing some DIY home cleaning recipes. I included some free printable labels, all of which I’ve printed out to use in my own home! Another option would be to use these labels on your homemade cleaning products! How brilliant?!

I hope I was able to inspire you to expand your label horizons! If you’re interested, you can pick up the label kit on Amazon, my affiliate link is below!

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Will you be trying these amazing labels?!

**Disclosure- The product featured in this review was provided to me for consideration.  This in no way influenced my experience with the product- all opinions are my own, and I was not paid to write this review. If you would like to read more about my Privacy Disclosure click here. Thank you for supporting the sponsors that keep SnapGinger snapping!

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