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Ziploc Freezer Bag Labels – Free Printable!!

By jentatertots |

Summer is a great time to pick fresh fruits and veggies and freeze them for use in colder months. I made up some colorful labels you can use to organize your freezer Ziploc bags and they would also be great for back to school lunches!

Click through to get the free printable labels.

 

Click here to download these colorful, blank labels YOU can use to label your Ziploc freezer bags and back to school lunches!

Or download them from Scribd:

Ziploc Freezer Bag Labels- Blank

A big thanks to Ziploc for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.

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Jennifer Hadfield is a DIY and decorating trendsetter and founder of Tatertots and Jello and Refashion Files. She features design inspiration, unique how-to projects, engaging features and more – for millions of DIYers.

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3 thoughts on “Ziploc Freezer Bag Labels – Free Printable!!

  1. Wendy says:

    What a good idea! I never seem to have a Sharpie on hand when I need it, so I’m forever trying to write on Ziploc bags with ballpoint pens… which DOESN’T work, fyi!

  2. Kelsey says:

    This is such a great idea since I am always freezing in ziploc bags – now I can add on these easy to read labels!

  3. katie says:

    Awesome idea, especially if you print them out onto sticky labels, then you can skip the tape step too!

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