Does your freezer ever look like this? Mine sure does – oh wait, that is what my freezer looked like before I did a major overhaul with organizing it! In this new year, I want to continue to work on organizing our life. You’d think that I would have it organized by now, but I clearly don’t! Just look below…
Dana from foodpackaginglabels.net introduced me to their company by letting me know they offer free holiday labels. As I looked further into the company, I realized that this was a company that I could see many of my organizing readers appreciating (they even offer fun lunchbox labels!) What caught my attention the most was that they offered freezer-grade labels. I personally was hoping to organize my deep freezer with bins and labels, but never thought of getting freezer-grade labels. As I dug further into what foodpackaginglabels.net had to offer, the more I realized that this was a company worth sharing about and offered much more than I expected.
This company is the top food packaging label printing business out there by offering custom and stock food packaging labels. The labels adhere perfectly to your specific food item, regardless of color, shape, or texture. You would think that with a large company like this, they would only supply large food sources, but they also design and print for small orders as well. In other words, it doesn’t matter the quantity.
I was looking to just get some plain labels (no custom design printed), and realized how many different types of labels they offered – white matte moistureproof removable polyester, frosty clear matte moistureproof polyester, white uncoated freezer grade paper, silver matte moistureproof, and frosty clear gloss moistureproof.
Also, they can create labels for: baking, Christmas, jars, cakes, syrups, cheeses, honey, yogurt, and really any type of food product you can think of. This also is just a sample list. Foodpackaginglabels.net can customize to the size, shape, and color that you prefer. You can take a look at samples on their website, to get a glimpse at the quality work that they do, and also the different types of labels you can print.
Another added bonus is that you can either have the company print the labels for you or you can print them yourself. One more way to make the process completely customizable.
I obviously needed to completely revamp our freezer, so I bought a few $.97 bins from Wal-Mart and then added these labels to each, so that I knew what was actually in the bin, and just like that, no more food falling out every single time I opened our freezer!Plus, the organizing side of me enjoyed the simple and “fashionable” look that my bins now have. I would definitely recommend going the bin route when it comes to organizing your freezer, if you have an upright! Saves me from having to dig through piles in order to find what I am looking for! Plus, I thought this company too, would be fun to introduce, since I had never heard of them before! I hope you are now motivated to organize your freezer! It’s simple – just a bin and label!