Free Printable Chalkboard Labels
Chalkboard Labels for Mason Jars
Circle (Vintage Style)
These free printable chalkboard labels come in various shapes and sizes. Each shape is available in 4 different sizes.
All of the chalkboard labels can be customized with your text. Just click on the dummy text and replace it with your own text. No software is required.
Check the size that you require and scroll down until you find the closest available size.
Each custom label can be used as a label or as a tag. To use it as a tag punch a hole and insert a ribbon or thread. We have a version specifically for tags but the hole needs to be punched in a specific position. If you want to make a hole anywhere on the tag, then these labels can easily be turned into tags.
There are 3 different ways to create custom printable chalkboard labels:
- The cheapest way is to print the custom labels on regular computer paper. Cut out each label and apply glue to the back. Stick the label wherever you want. The type of adhesive will depend on the surface on which you want to stick the label, but there are certain types of glue (such as Mod Podge) that will work on nearly every surface and even dries to a clear matte finish. Although this is the cheapest way to create your custom labels, it does take a minute or two longer to stick them. Another disadvantage is that the label is not waterproof. This problem can be solved by attaching a piece of clear adhesive tape over the printed label.
- Print the custom labels on adhesive paper/sticker paper. Cut out each label. When you are ready to use it, peel off the white backing paper and adhere the label. This option does not require glue but you still have to cut out each label. If you need the labels to be waterproof, then you can use water-resistant label paper.
- Print the custom labels on label computer paper. This option is the easiest since you don’t need to cut out each label or stick it. The problem is that very often the labels are not printed in the exact space and therefore the label is skew or not centered. If you do use this option, then you should print the labels on regular paper first to ensure that the position is correct.