Picnik is a photo editing site that offers both a free version (with minimal fonts and clip-art they call "stickers") and a paid version (with many more fonts, stickers and other nifty features.) I'm going to show you how to use Picnic to make labels using the paid version, because that is what I have. But you could create them on the free version by following the same steps, you'd just have less options.
Start by opening a new collage. Change the background color to the color of your choice.
Click "done" to get to the photo editor.
Crop your shape if you want. I wanted a square, so I didn't bother.
Use the text and stickers to create your label.
You can add borders by clicking on the tab labelled "frames" and choosing a border that you like.
When you are done click "save & share". You can either save to your computer and print it as you would a photo,or you can print right from that "save & share" tab.
Once saved or printed, you can go back and create a similar label (for example, one with a different word but the same layout) by clicking the button "continue editing."
I printed these ones on card stock, laminated them, and attached them to the wall in my hall closet using double sided tape.
I love labeling things. AND I love laminating things. So a laminated label kinda makes my heart skip a beat.
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