If you have a ton of stuff to organize and need some labels to sort it all out then in today’s tutorial I’ll show you how to make your own storage labels!
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How to make contents labels in Photoshop
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Mentioned in the video:
- How to use the color tools in Photoshop
- Click here to download free printable storage labels
- Printing Tips
Some of the ways you could use these labels:
- Pantry labels
- Organizing storage boxes that aren’t see-through
- Jar labels
- Kids’s clothes
- Drawer labels
- Things put into long term storage
- Storing Christmas decorations
- Moving box labels (I have some similar ones that are much larger in my printable moving kit planner. Read more about how I use them here)
- And anything else you can think of 🙂
Some of the ways I’ve used these labels
Color coded storage
Boxes you can’t see inside of without opening them up
For organizing my many planner stickers!
I also made similar labels for the stickers I store in A5 plastic document wallets (from Target). They’re also a free printable in the library
Learn how to make labels like the ones in the image below in my ecourse: how to make printable labels in Photoshop
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