FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (2024)

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FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (1)Making things from scratch is so satisfying to me… I love creating recipes, crafting, sewing & lots of artsy things. But my favorite part of a project is always the finishing touches. So when I make something homemade, I reallywant the packaging &labels to be as much a part of the gift as the item itself.

After making a ton of Vanilla this year (CLICK HERE for the Recipe), I made aFree Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable & Tag to sharewith you! =) You can download the free printables below byright mouse clicking on the label images or PDF document and selecting the ‘save image as’ option to save it to your computer.

Here are the Special Supplies I used:
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*** Round Vanilla Labels ***

Be sure to select your correct Bottle Size (2, 4, or 8 ounces) – 4 ounces is my favorite size. In my opinion 2 ounces was too small & 8 ounces was too big. Plus, the 4 ounce bottles were a better price& are just the right size for gift giving.

The Round Vanilla Label image worksperfectly with the Avery Label Maker Tool Online– just type in your Avery Label # & upload theimage (they even have a mobile app) & print! Any round Avery Labels size will work – just chose your size (2″ or 2.5″) & color (kraft or white).For the Round Vanilla Labels, I used Avery #22808 Kraft 2.5″ Labels(these are the same ones I use for my Apple Sauce & Pear Sauce Canning Labels).

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*** Instruction Gift Tag (Image) ***
For the Vanilla Instruction Gift Tags, I use Kraft Cardstock & just print them out on my printer using this PDF document. Or you can download the Tag image below all by itself & make up your own. I use a Small Hole Punchon the top of the tag & run some Red & White Bakers Twine through it and around the neck of the Vanilla Bottle for a more decorativelook.

Don’t forget to write in your Vanilla Brew Date at the bottom of the tag!

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*** Instruction Gift Tag (PDF) ***
Click on the PDF Document Image Below to openthe PDF file for printing. This document is already formatted to print 12 tags on one page. Be sure to deselect the option ‘Fit to Page’ on your printer settings before printing the PDF Document.

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  1. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (11)Tina G.

    Hi! I clicked on the PDF link for the round Homemade Vanilla Extract labels and it said “Not Found”. I would really like to print these labels off – is there another link to a PDF file I could use? I was able save the Instruction Gift Tag PDF file.

    These were the cutest labels I have seen for Homemade Vanilla Extract!

    Thank you!

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    • FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (12)Erika

      Hi Tina! I just fixed the link, so hopefully it will work now. There’s also a direct link to the PDF on the image itself. =) Let me know if it still doesn’t work. Thanks so much! God Bless! ~Erika

    • FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (13)Tina G.

      Thank you for replying so fast!

      I right-clicked on the 8 oz. round label and saved it as a GIF, but I guess I’m missing something – I clicked on all the links and never could find a PDF of the round labels – just the instruction tags.

    • FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (14)Erika

      I’m sorry Tina, I thought you meant the instruction tags. I don’t have a PDF printable of the labels since I used the free Avery Tool online to upload the image & then print them out… I’ve found that this works better so you can make sure it lines up with your printer (since every printer is different). If I can help any more, just let me know! =) God Bless! ~Erika

  2. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (15)Tina G.

    Cool, that means I wasn’t crazy after all, lol! I’ve used the Avery design tool several times, so I know I can do that! :)
    Thanks for all your help! I do appreciate it!
    Have a wonderful and blessed Christmas season!

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  3. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (16)Kris R

    I really love your labels! That said, I am trying to do the Avery Online like you mentioned above but how do I format the one that you have into one that they will take, gif is not listed.

    Reply

  4. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (17)Carolyn

    Thank you for the labels! This is exactly what I was looking for. Can’t wait to make the extract and use your cute labels.

    Reply

  5. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (18)Becky

    To anybody having problems with the fact that the label is a .gif. After you download the file, open it and “save as” or “export” the image, and when you get the option to rename it, you should also have the option to choose the file type. Choose .jpeg and the image will work on the Avery Online tool! Worked for me! Thanks!

    • FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (19)Erika

      Thanks for the great tip Becky! In the past, Avery would only take a .gif… I guess they changed that. I’ll have to look into it and see if I can re-upload jpegs. If anyone else has the same issues, please let me know. =) God Bless! ~Erika

    • FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (20)Heather

      Erika – I had the same problem with the .gif file. I had to convert it to a .jpg before I could upload it to the Avery template.

  6. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (21)Heather

    Thank you so much for these printables!! Could you tell us what font you used on the Round Vanilla labels at the top, “Handcrafted With Love” so I can match my “made by” name?

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    • FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (22)suzy

      I think its quentincaps regular. (I also needed it for modifications)

      Love these labels Erika!

    • FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (23)Erika

      Hi Heather! The main font ‘Vanilla’ is QuentinCaps and the other font used as in the ‘Handcrafted With Love’ is Lullaby. Hope that helps! =) God Bless! ~Erika

    • FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (24)Heather

      Erika – Thank you so much! I have the vanilla bottles all ready for Christmas and this is the finishing touch. I so appreciate you responding in time for the holidays! All the best to you and your family.

  7. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (25)Tina G.

    I tried to print these out and my printer wasn’t cooperating – took it to my mother-in-law and her printer worked liked a charm! I also found some small spools of the Baker’s twine in different colors. Turned out PERFECT!!!!

    If you can’t save the gif as a jpeg, I found that after I saved it, I went back and opened it in Paint and just clicked on save as – it gave me the option to save it as a jpeg and that worked great! Hope that helps. :)

    Erika, is there a way I could send you a picture of my finished bottle to show you how mine turned out? Thanks!

    MERRY CHRISTMAS to everyone!

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    • FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (26)Nancy

      Thank you so much, Tina, for the information about opening the image in Paint and saving as jpeg from there! It’s the only solution that worked for me!

  8. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (27)Cynthia Lockemer

    What glyphs are used for the label and tags? Both on the top and bottom. Thanks!!

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  9. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (28)Robin Abernethy

    How do you edit the round label to add the “by XXX”? My mother and I are going to do this when I go visit right before Christmas to give as gifts to friends! And thank you so much for sharing!

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    • FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (29)Erika

      Hi Robin, The labels are set-up so that they don’t show the ‘Made by XXX’ – Instead it just says ‘Handcrafted with Love’. If you want, you can always add your name in the space under that in the Avery Label program before printing. Hope that helps! =) God Bless! ~Erika

  10. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (30)Jaime Kirk

    I can’t get the gif to save as a jpeg to save my life!! Can anyone help? I’ve tried all the tips above.

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  11. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (31)Lara

    To save as a jpg (jpeg): Right Click on the picture you want to save and select Save AS. Go to the list of folders and click on the folder you want to save it in – or click on Desktop. Go to the File Name box at the bottom and enter the name you want your image to be called – mine was already filled in and I left it. Go to (click) the end of the name and backspace over the “.gif” to get rid of it. Type in .jpg. Move down to the next box which says something like Save As Type and click the down arrow at the end of the box. Select All Files *.* The click on the Save button. You can do this for any picture you want to save.

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  12. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (32)Lara

    After you save the label as a JPG, you should open it in a program like Paint. Try double clicking on the picture in your own folder on your computer (after you have saved it). it should open the default Paint program you have on your computer. Find the icon for Add Text, add a text box to where ever you want your name or other information and type it in. You can also change the font and the size of the letters. Then save it. Now you can print it.

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  13. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (34)Katie

    I made my vanilla extract with bourbon. Is there any way you can change the labels to say bourbon instead of vodka?

    The labels look amazing by the way. :)

    Thank you, Katie

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  14. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (35)Sue

    i LOVE your labels! I have 10 bottles for gift-giving. However, I used the 5oz Woozy Bottles. Is there any chance of getting your label withOUT the amount on it? Or, better yet, with a 5oz label?

    I can’t wait to see the recipient’s faces when they see these adorable bottles filled with homemade vanilla extract!!

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  15. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (36)Kathy

    How did you print on the Kraft tags? Maybe I’m reading too fast but aren’t these individual? I’m not sure how to set them up from printing.

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  16. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (37)Kathleen Hoffman

    Duh. Never mind. I just figured it out.

    Reply

  17. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (38)Shannon

    I’m running late to the party, but wanted to say thank you for creating these charming old time labels and sharing the font information with us. I really appreciate your giving of yourself so freely. If you still have the AI or PSD files ( or whatever original file you use for making these templates ) I sure would appreciate a link to those. Thanks again and God bless.

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  18. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (39)Jessica King

    Thanks so much for the adorable tags!! I was wondering if you would mind emailing me the editable version? I’m going to attempt hosting a homemade extract class and need tags that say vanilla, lemon, and almond extract. God Bless!

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  19. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (40)Janice Klein

    Hello, I am trying to print the round 8 oz. labels. I’ve downloaded the image, changed it to a jpg and saved it. On the Avery site, when I try to upload the image to the template, it’s only a small circle within the 2 1/2″ label size – it doesn’t fit the whole label. How can I fix this?

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  20. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (41)Jennifer

    I’m not sure what to do here. I can’t get anything to work for the round labels. How am I supposed to use the image here with the online Avery label maker? I also need to change the ounces, as I have 5 ounce bottles. Help please.

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  21. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (42)christine

    Is there a PDF for the round labels? I found the PDF for the tags but would love to have the PDF for the labels. Thanks in advance!

    Reply

  22. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (43)Celeste

    Hi! Is there a way to change vodka to bourbon? I’d love to be able to use your beautiful labels!

    Reply

  23. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (44)Christina

    I can’t get the round lable for the bottle..

    Reply

  24. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (45)Nelly

    Thank you for all the info an offer for free labels for vanilla. I cannot find the link. I have gone over each area..Where is it??

    Thank you

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  26. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (47)Anna Borgerding

    Hi! I’m trying to download the round label but i can’t use that website. Is there a way for you to email it? I have the square tag and was able to download that. The tags are so cute and I’d love for them to match.
    Thanks!

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  27. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (48)Jean

    LOVE THESE! Do you have the option to change the type to say made with Bourbon (and refill with Bourbon)? THanks so much

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  28. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (49)Cindy

    I adore these labels but I cannot get them to print correctly from the Avery website…the alignment is off and nothing I do fixes it. I also want to change vodka to bourbon and rum but can’t figure out how to do that without creating a label myself. If anyone figures it out, please share. Thanks!

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  29. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (50)Anita

    Thank you for this!!! I’m a little late to this post, but I wanted to share that my son made vanilla this year and I just could not find a good label that was attractive and that I could edit easily to add his name – until I found yours. Your labels are perfect! Just exactly what I needed. Thank you. I saved your .gif, then used 3D Paint to edit it (add my son’s name) and saved it as a .jpeg. The Avery site allowed me to shrink (arrange tool?) the image just a tiny bit so none of the words cut off. I can’t remember when I’ve had a homemade gift look so professional.

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  30. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (51)Andrea

    Hello,

    Do you ever adjust the label after uploading when you use the Avery online tool? The words on the top of the label look like they are going to get cut off. I’m worried I’m doing something wrong. Thanks for your help! So excited to give homemade vanilla for Christmas gifts this year.

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  31. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (52)Tonnia

    Thank you so much for sharing these and with the help changing the GIF, I always forget I can do that.

    Reply

  32. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (53)Samantha

    By any chance do you know how I can edit the round label? I want to add By Samantha and then print some with it saying vegetable glycerin instead of vodka for my non alcholic peeps

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    • FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (54)HMB

      I was able to add my name with Microsoft Paint using a different font. Save the edited as a .gif then I uploaded to Avery website. There are other editing programs that you can use, but I didn’t have any. May be you can find a free program online. Hope this helps.

  33. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (55)HMB

    Thank you so much for sharing. Like the above commenter, any chance we can edit both labels? I was able to add the “made by”, but had to use a different font. I couldn’t find the font that you used. I also wanted to delete the add vodka to prevent dilution. Thanks you.

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  34. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (56)Lorrie

    Please don’t tell people they can just top off their bottles and keep using, because that is completely false information

    Reply

  35. FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (57)Malcolm Hobbs

    The bottle labels you uploaded are in .GIF format which Avery doesn’t accept. If I convert to PDF on the Avery site, the lobel design is much smaller than the Avery size that you recommended. What am I missing?

    Thanks

    Reply

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FREE Homemade Vanilla Labels Printable, Tags & Recipe! (2024)

FAQs

How do you label vanilla extract? ›

(2) When the vanilla extract is made in whole or in part by dilution of vanilla oleoresin, concentrated vanilla extract, or concentrated vanilla flavoring, the label shall bear the statement "Made from ______" or "Made in part from ______", the blank being filled in with the name or names "vanilla oleoresin", " ...

What's the difference between vanilla extract and vanilla essence? ›

In general, extract is a natural product, whereas essence is synthetic. As a result, you will usually find that extract is less processed and provides a stronger and more pure vanilla flavour when compared to essence. Since it's manufactured, you will often find vanilla essence contains very little or no real vanillin.

Can I use vanilla flavoring instead of vanilla extract? ›

If a recipe calls for 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract, you can swap in 2 teaspoons of imitation vanilla or vanilla flavoring to get a similar flavor. So, no matter what extract you haveon hand, it should be easy to get that warm, vanilla flavor you love in your baked and non–baked treats!

What are the best vanilla beans for making extract? ›

Grade B is typically recommended for making homemade vanilla extract. These beans are supposed to be drier and perfect for long soaking in alcohol. I've used both – and maybe I've been lucky but both beans were easy to cut open and use.

What are the FDA guidelines for making vanilla extract? ›

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Use this homemade vanilla extract as you would any other commercial variety. The official FDA formula for "Pure Vanilla Extract" calls for 13.35 oz. of vanilla beans per gallon of extract, and not less than 35% alcohol.

Is McCormick vanilla flavor same as vanilla extract? ›

Vanilla flavoring uses artificial ingredients while vanilla extract creates a natural flavor from pure vanilla beans.

How can you tell if vanilla extract has gone bad? ›

A change in smell: If the extract has a sour or alcohol smell, it may be spoiled. A change in consistency: If the extract has become thick or syrupy, it may be spoiled. A change in flavor: If the extract has a weak or off flavor, it may be spoiled.

Does vanilla extract go bad? ›

What is the shelf life of my vanilla extract? When stored properly, vanilla extract will keep indefinitely, but using it within five years will allow for best flavor and aroma. Do not refrigerate or freeze, even after opening.

Is it better to bake with vanilla extract or essence? ›

Most cooks tend to err towards using natural vanilla extract for baking and custards as it is felt that it has a preferable flavour to the synthetic essence. If you are using the vanilla extract in a sauce, such as a custard or creme anglaise, then add the extract at the end of the cooking time and off the heat.

Is Watkins baking vanilla the same as vanilla extract? ›

Baking vanilla is a clear, colorless liquid that is made from a combination of water, alcohol, and vanilla flavor. It is usually less expensive than pure vanilla extract and is often used in commercial baking. Pure vanilla extract, on the other hand, is made by steeping vanilla beans in alcohol and water.

What is difference between vanilla extract and vanilla flavoring? ›

Vanilla extract is distinct from vanilla flavor. While both extract and vanilla flavor contain real vanilla beans, vanilla extract must contain a specific unit weight of vanilla beans in requirements clearly outlined by the FDA.

What happens if I don't use vanilla extract in a recipe? ›

If you don't have any on hand, you can almost always omit the vanilla without impacting the final texture of your baked goods; although the rich flavor extract—or any form of vanilla—brings will certainly be altered. Just remember one thing: flavor comes first.

Do you scrape the vanilla beans when making vanilla extract? ›

Split 4–6 whole vanilla beans lengthwise with the tip of a sharp knife. Use the dull side of the knife to scrape the seeds (vanilla caviar, if you're feeling fancy) from both sides of the pod, and transfer the vanilla seeds to an airtight container (I use a 16-ounce mason jar).

Is it cheaper to make your own vanilla extract? ›

Step-by-step photos and instructions for how to make the best Homemade Vanilla Extract! All you need is vodka, vanilla beans and a few tips and tricks. You'll find that homemade vanilla is less expensive (store-bought vanilla extract can cost $4 an ounce) and more flavorful than store-bought, and it's so EASY to make!

What does double fold mean when making vanilla extract? ›

Double-fold (2X) vanilla extracts are made with twice the quantity of vanilla beans used for the same volume of single-fold extract. This results in a more concentrated (double-strength) extract. Pure vanilla extract. No artificial flavors or preservatives added.

What is the standard of identity for vanilla extract? ›

The standard requires that the total flavoring principles be extracted from the vanilla beans using an aqueous ethyl alcohol solution containing at least 35% alcohol and that the final extract be composed of the vanilla constituents suspended in aqueous ethyl alcoholy.

What is the chemical symbol for vanilla? ›

Vanillin is an organic compound with the molecular formula C8H8O3. It is a phenolic aldehyde. Its functional groups include aldehyde, hydroxyl, and ether. It is the primary component of the extract of the vanilla bean.

What is the INS code for vanilla flavour? ›

The specific HSN code for vanilla flavour depends on the product type. Seair is proficient in interpreting HS code 5201 for vanilla flavour products and assisting you through the complexity of customs guidelines.

What is the INCI name for vanilla extract? ›

VANILLA PLANIFOLIA FRUIT EXTRACT - Cosmetics Ingredient INCI.

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