From My Pantry {Free Elephantshoe Printable Labels}

For four wonderful years Elephantshoe together with Blackframe Photography have been contributing DIY and free printable projects for theprettyblog and what a wonderful time it has been!

Back in 2011 we posted our “My Brand Spanking New Organised Pantry” blogpost, one of our all time favourite and more popular Elephantshoe DIY projects. Years and months later after prettifying kitchens and pantries around the world, we have a new natural set of printables for you to download and print.

Pantry Label Elephantshoe 01

We want to help you bring out your inner minamalist! Be more with less through the beauty of simplicity. Create your own organised pantry cupboard, kitchen counter or shelf using these clean, classic, country styled and easy to use labels.

 Pantry Label Elephantshoe 01

We recommend that you laminate these label for longevity. Glue them to the top of your lids, stick them to the side of your glass jars or tie them to your containers with twine or ribbon.

 Pantry Label Elephantshoe 03

Here is a list of the labels that you will find in our downloadable PDF


  • All Purpose Flour
  • Self Raising Flour
  • Whole Wheat Flour
  • Baking Soda
  • Icing Sugar
  • Castor Sugar
  • Brown Sugar
  • White Sugar
  • Vanilla
  • Coconut
  • Chocolate Chips
  • Eggs
  • Baking Stuff


 Pantry Label Elephantshoe 04


  • Tea
  • Rooibos Tea
  • Earl Grey Tea
  • Fruit Tea
  • Green Tea
  • Sugar
  • Coffee
  • Coffee Beans
  • Hot Choc
  • Milo


 Pantry Label Elephantshoe 05


  • Pop Corn
  • White Rice
  • Brown Rice
  • Basmati Rice
  • Pasta
  • Penne
  • Spaghetti
  • Macaroni
  • Linguine
  • Beans
  • Nuts
  • Cous Cous
  • Quinoa
  • Oats
  • Cereal
  • Muesli
  • Rusks


 Pantry Label Elephantshoe 06


  1. Download & choose the page from our three, "The finest from My Pantry" documents that will be useful to you. {Baking, Brewed Beverages, Food}
  2. Print your desired amount of pages onto a thin A4 card stock or adhesive paper. {White or Kraft}
  3. Matt or gloss laminate for the labels longevity in your kitchen/pantry.
  4. Cut out the design using a craft knife and ruler or a pair of scissors. If you have 6cm round punch that will be perfect to punch out the circular labels or simply use scissors.
  5. Glue your labels to the top of your pantry lids, stick them to glass jars.
  6. Wrap twine or ribbon around your containers and tie or glue the printed labels on.
 Pantry Label Elephantshoe 07
 Pantry Label Elephantshoe 08

You're the BEST DAD EVER {Fathers Day Free Printables}

Some dad's are good at braaing, some dad's are better at making crumpets on a Sunday. Some father's are good listeners and others are just better at fixing things when they go wrong for us.

Our dad's are wonderfully unique and special to us because of who they are and their special love for us individually. They show their affection and love in different ways and Sunday (Father's Day) is our chance to to let them know why we think they are THE BEST DAD EVER.

Dad (Pops), thank you for all your love, encouragement and BIG hugs over all these years. I love you!

Thank you Andre from Blackframe Photography for helping me with all the lovely pics in this post. You can also find our DIY over on theprettyblog.


Simply download our Elephantshoe free printable, trim, fold and write the reasons your dad is the best, share with him just how much he means to you as well as the specific things that you appreciate about him.

Fathers Day Free Printable 02
Fathers Day Elephantshoe Free Printable 03
Fathers Day Elephantshoe Free Printable 05

Have a Happy Fathers Day on Sunday all the dads out there.


Our Elephantshoe "Happily Ever After Jar"

Last week Thursday we had the privilege of having another one of our DIY projects featured over on theprettyblog. Today I'm sharing it here on our Ellieshoe blog incase you missed it. 

In this year, 2 lovely ladies in my life will be getting married, my brothers fiancé Megan and my close friend Melissa. (How wonderful!) I have the special honour of being a bridesmaid at both of these significant occasions which has had me brainstorming cute and unique ideas to spoil these bride to be's.

Maybe you find you're in a similarly position, perhaps you are the mother of the bride, or you're a guest at a wedding coming up? This free printable is definitely for you.

Our Elephantshoe "Happily Ever After Jar" is a large Consol Jar filled with 15 days of marriage advice cards, 1 for each of the 15 days leading up to the BIG day. The messages are designed to be small reminders to the bride of the real reason behind her wedding day, to help her take her mind off of all the planning, the stresses, the details and have a moment in the day where she can focus on her future marriage and life after the dress. 

What I love most about the jar is you can place extra special spoils in the jar along with the messages like coffee vouchers, spa pampers, earrings and nail polish to personalise your gift. In a way it is like a bridal advent calendar. 


  1. Download your "Happily Ever After Jar"
  2. Print pages 2-7 of the downloaded document onto a white A4 card stock. 
  3. Cut out the happiness cards and the labels using a craft knife and ruler or a pair of scissors. 
  4. Fold the happiness cards in half, punch through the end of both sides of the folded card with a single hole punch. Thread through twine or ribbon closing the two sides together and make a small bow. 
  5. Add additional small special spoils to the jar for the bride to be, e.g. coffee voucher, earrings, nail polish.
  6. Place all 15 happiness cards in a large Consol mason jar and screw on the lid. 
  7. Using spray glue, apply glue to the back of one of the circular labels and stick this to the top of the jar lid.
  8. Punch the name label in the centre of the grey spot and thread through your choice of  twine or ribbon, write the bride to be’s name and attach this label to the neck of the jar.
  9. Lastly apply double sided tape to the little handmade label and stick this over the lid and the neck of the glass jar. 

Purchase the TWINE featured here from our Elephantshoe shoppe.

Recycle a jar you already have in your cupboard. Use our blank name tags to address your jar.

Recycle a jar you already have in your cupboard. Use our blank name tags to address your jar.

Tie your marriage advice cards up like small parcels with twine and pop them into the jar. This way the bride to be won't see all the messages at once,

Tie your marriage advice cards up like small parcels with twine and pop them into the jar. This way the bride to be won't see all the messages at once,

This jar of happiness will show how much you care and it is simple and easy to put together. I hope that it inspires you to create and be creative.

All the gorgeous photos in this post are taken by Andre from Blackframe Photography. 

Happy Ever After

Love Sam from the Elephantshoe Factory