Download this set of floral or modern minimalist homemade vanilla extract printable labels In two sizes. Perfect for gifting homemade vanilla extract.
Are you planning to gift vanilla extract for Christmas this year? Have you tried making homemade vanilla extract? I made my first batch of homemade vanilla extract several years ago. I have no idea why I waited so long to try making my own vanilla extract. It is so much better than the imitation stuff you buy in the store and certainly a lot cheaper than buying real vanilla extract!
How to Make Homemade Vanilla Extract
I’m aware of two ways to make homemade vanilla extract. You can make it the slow method, which is what I shared here. I call it the slow method because it takes about 60 days. It’s pretty simple but it does take time.
Or you can make it in an Instant Pot electric pressure cooker in absolutely no time!
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- Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker with trivet
- pint canning jars
- jar lifter
- measuring cup
- Grade B Madagascar Vanilla Beans
- Vodka, 80 proof
- water (for the pressure cooker)
If you’d like more information on the Instant Pot, you can read my 12 things to know before you buy informational post.
Vanilla Extract Printable Labels
One of the many nice things about making your own vanilla extract is that you can make as much as you want and never have to worry about running out! In fact, I have just a few 4 oz jars left from last year’s batch, so it’s about time to make more. Plus, I’m planning to giving some of my homemade vanilla extract as Christmas gifts again this year. Which is exactly why I thought it was time to make some Vanilla Extract printable labels.
Before you can print the vanilla extract labels, you will need a few supplies, like:
Having all your supplies together makes the process so much smoother. And using Avery labels makes printing labels so much easier!
Download Vanilla Extract Printable Labels
The vanilla extract printable labels are available in two shapes (one round and one square) and two designs (one blue floral and one black and white). So, you have a total of four labels to choose from! Simply click on the image below of the label you’d like to download.
These labels were created using Avery Design & Print Online. I love this free program as evidenced by my tutorial posts here and here and I even mention them here, here, here and, well, you get the idea!
DOWNLOAD AVERY PROJECT FILE
If you’d like to learn how to use Avery’s Design & Print Online, you can read this tutorial here. If you’d like to edit this card before you print it, simply download the project file by clicking on the below link and upload to your Avery account. The link will take you to Box where you can download the Avery project file.
- Avery Project File for 22805 – Square Blue Floral Vanilla Extract Labels
- Avery Project File for 8293 – Round Blue Floral Vanilla Extract Labels
- Avery Project File for 22805 – Square Black & White Vanilla Extract Labels
- Avery Project File for 8293 – Round Black & White Vanilla Extract Labels
After you upload the project file to Avery Design & Print Online, you will have the option of modifying the labels. In fact, for these labels all design elements are part of the free Avery image gallery. If you don’t want blue flowers, just select another image from the Avery Gallery (go to Image > Add Image > Avery Gallery from the Design space).
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After Christmas, I’ll be moving these printable labels and project files to the Subscribers Resource Library. That means they will only be accessible by subscribers to The Birch Cottage newsletter. It’s really my little thank you to my faithful subscribers for allowing me to grace their Inbox. If you’d like access to these free printables and many, many more resources, simply subscribe below:
Once you subscribe, you’ll receive an email with a link to the Subscribers Resource Library. In fact, every email you receive from me will contain a link to the Library so your access is always just a click away!
Don’t forget to first learn how to make homemade vanilla extract. I promise, once you make homemade vanilla extract, you’ll NEVER purchase vanilla from a store again! Then because the vanilla extract is so easy to make (and so amazingly tasty), you’ll want to gift a bottle to a friend or two. These labels will come in very handy and add a nice decorative and finishing touch to your gifts.
By the way, do you recognize the blue flowers? I used them in my Mother’s Day themed sugar hand scrub printable labels. I see a theme in the making, do you?
Wishing you and yours the merriest of holidays filled with fond memories!
Til next time…