Easily label your herb garden with these pretty script font labels. Cut them out of vinyl using a Silhouette Cameo. Free cut files!
This summer I created a simple vertical herb garden using metal planters hanging from a vintage ladder. I absolutely love how it turned out. It has so much rustic farmhouse charm! To add the perfect finishing touch (and to make sure I remembered which herb was which) I labeled each planter with custom vinyl labels in a cute scripty font. And since I went through all the work to make the labels, I thought I’d share them with you too!
- Silhouette Cameo
- Permanent Outdoor Vinyl
- Transfer Tape
- Weeding Tool
I purchased the metal planters from Michaels. Aren’t they so cute?
Step 1: Download the free cut file from the bottom of this post and open it in Silhouette Studio. Click on the image, then right click > UNGROUP to separate the words from each other.
Step 2: Delete the herb labels that you won’t be using, then adjust the labels to fit tightly together to conserve material.
Step 3: Change the cut settings for vinyl, load your vinyl into your Silhouette machine, then send the file to be cut.
Step 4: Cut each label apart, then weed away the excess vinyl. Stick the transfer tape onto the vinyl and peel it away from the backing paper. Stick it to the planter, give it a good rub, then peel away the transfer tape.
It’s such a simple project, but I absolutely love the cute script and the way it adds a little something special to the planters. Now I just hope I can keep the plants alive all summer. Wish me luck!
Download the free SVG cut files here.
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