Monday, March 12, 2012

{printable} laundry labels

A couple of weeks ago decided it was time to pretty up my laundry. I have been spending a lot more time in there as I try to keep on top of the folding. I have always been fantastical at actually washing our clothes - but folding? Not one of my strengths. So now I stay in there and fold everything instead of sticking it a basket to fold 'later' and all that extra time in there meant I was staring at everything for longer.

I was inspired by Jade's laundry post from last year so before Christmas I bought some jars {from Ikea}. I felt they needed a little bit of labelling after months of them being plain so I made some up. These are printed onto sticker / adhesive paper and then adhered to the jars / tins.  
I couldn't stop at just these two - I had to do the whole laundry (okay + maybe the linen cupboard) :o} 

This is my laundry shelving. Positioned right above my washing machine and dryer so it is all within very easy reach. 

 Here I have my cleaning caddy filled with most of the things I need for cleaning. I just grab it and go. 

These tins are just from Target, bought towards the end of last year. They have words printed on them, I've just faced them towards the wall instead so I can use these labels. 

 In this small basket I have our stain remover spray and stick for treating stubborn stains. This one is printed onto cardstock and laminated and tied on with twine. 

And then in here I have my felt dryer balls.


Soooo, I have labels for you since there was so much interest after showing a photo of them on my facebook page! 

Here they are, the set comes with wash, soak, treat, stains {incase you don't like 'treat'}, dry, clean, pegs, iron and a blank one for you to fill in with whatever you like.

You can download your free laundry labels here.

{a little delightful} : laundry labels - pale blue 

and now you can also download these laundry labels in some other colours! Thanks to all that shared their requests!!

laundry labels - latte
laundry labels - pale pink
laundry labels - mint

If you want to see  more of my laundry and inside my 'linen' cupboard check out this post. x

Or feel free to contact me if you would like to order some customised laundry labels in your choice of colour and with the wording you need to do up your laundry - your way! x

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As always, these printables are free for personal and classroom use only. Please do not use for commercial purposes.
They are © 2012 - a little delightful.
No derivatives of this printable are permitted. Please do not alter these and share them as your own.
Freebie printables are offered 'as is' and cannot be changed without incurring a personalisation charge.
Please contact me with any queries regarding this {or other} printables.
I am more than happy for you to share these, but please link to my original post {this one} and not to the direct download file. Thank You.




17 comments:

  1. Ms Bianca, these are ADORABLE!!
    You've inspired me to get organising/tidying in the laundry so I can print these off and put them to good use!
    THANKS hun as always, for sharing your cleverness with us
    MWAH xx

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  2. Oh my! ADORE them!!! Thank you so much xx

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  3. These are simply gorgeous...can't wait to use them! Thank you x

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  4. Thanks Bianca, they are gorgeous!! On a side note, can I please just ask where you got your felt dryer balls from? I've only just heard of them now. Do you find them good?

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    1. Hi Michelle!
      They are from tumblemonkey handmade - check their facebook page :o}
      I have a sensor dryer which is already great as it will stop when it senses the clothes / towels are dry and I do feel that these lessen the time to dry however I haven't yet done my 'test' for a review on the blog - I will be sure to do one soon and post my findings!!

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    1. hi there! They decrease the time needed for clothes / towels to dry in your dryer, saving money :o} I will be doing a review on them soon!

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  6. Yes, do tell how the dryer balls work :)

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    1. Hi Jess! I will be sure to share my post about the dryer balls when I have properly timed the difference to a dryer load with and without x

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  7. These are adorable! I am moving into a new house with a separate laundry room so I can't wait to use these! Thanks again! xx

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  8. Just wondering where you got your nice jars from and also your spray bottles? They look great!

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  9. Hi Bianca...
    These are so sweet. Thank-you for the download. They'd look great in red too {hint hint} lol
    Seriously.. can't wait to use them.
    Thanks again <3

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  10. Hi Bianca...
    These are so sweet. Thank-you for the download. They'd look great in red too {hint hint} lol
    Seriously.. can't wait to use them.
    Thanks again <3

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  11. Love it Bianca - what type of sticker/adhesive paper do you use please?

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  12. Love it Bianca - just wondering what labels/adherent paper do you print on please?

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    1. Hi Donna, I use a matt adhesive photo paper that I buy from ebay. You can also use 1Up labels from officeworks - but I find them a pain to peel from their backing. Let me know if you need more info and I'll try and find a link, it's been a while since I bought some x

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  13. Hi Bianca,

    Any chance you could do kitchen labels is this same style?

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