Vintage Framework Labels: Free Printables

I’ve teamed up with the fabulous WorldLabel.com again to bring you these all purpose label designs for use on everything from food packaging and file organizing to gift labeling and wedding favors. You can even fold printed labels in half over skewers to make unique cupcake topper flags! The files are editable so you can add your own text inside the framework.The ornate designs originate from chapter title framework found in a 1882 book on Business and Social Forms and were modified into label borders. I designed the label printables in black, red and turquoise in two styles of each, but if you’re a little savvy in the image editing department you can modify the colors to suit any project!

Download the free files, add your own text to each label and to print to WorldLabel.com’s 4″ x 1.5″ label sheets. You can access these and many, many other free customizable PDF downloads over on the WorldLabel.com blog. If you download them, please leave a nice comment for the wonderful folks at WorldLabel.com, thank you.

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24 Responses to Vintage Framework Labels: Free Printables

  1. #1 - CeLynn says:

    These would be great on all my canning jars this fall! Thanks for sharing :)

  2. #2 - Dana says:

    Those are fabulous! Can’t wait to use them. Would you share the names of the fonts used in your title label for this post? They are wonderful too—like everything you do!

  3. #4 - Kokopelli says:

    OMG, those are so cute! Perfect for my late summer/fall jam making. Also love making sour/vinegar veggies. Thank you!

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  5. #5 - Victoria says:

    I love vintage labels, very pretty!

  6. #6 - Emily Ruthann says:

    These are SO adorable! Thank you so much!
    ♥ Emily

  7. #7 - micupoftea says:

    wow, these would be great for so many things…thank you :)

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  9. #8 - Linda Flajole says:

    Thank you for the lables to be used on new ideas in the future.

  10. #9 - Anya says:

    Nice work! Thank you for sharing it:)

  11. #10 - abby wilde says:

    Hi Cathe,

    I’m looking for a label like the old red edged drug perscription labels about 5/8 -3/4 hi and about the same size wide. Can you help me?

    Thanks, Abby

  12. #11 - Lacey Bishop says:

    I am redecorating my bathroom and I believe these will make amazing labels for products.

  13. #12 - Ivonne delgado says:

    I love all these beautiful things!!!!!!

  14. #13 - Bette Morris says:

    nice ideas can use many ways . thanks

  15. #14 - Katy says:

    Thank you so much for your work!!! I was just looking for “slim” vintage labels for my jams and juices..I admire your works a lot!! :)

  16. #15 - Renee' A. says:

    Thank you so much for the free label template. They Are wonderfuland I love them!

  17. #16 - Susan says:

    beautiful! thx

  18. #17 - Elizabeth Pritchard says:

    Great. Thank you so much for sharing. I can see lots of uses for the labels especially.

  19. #18 - Nor Asikin Ramli says:

    I forgot how to edit the text in PDF. Could someone please tell me how?

    Thanks, Ekin.

  20. #19 - Mette says:

    Vintage labels are hard to find … so thank you

  21. #20 - Isabell says:

    I would like to order the white, black frame labels and do not know how to order them. Who can i call for an order. Also, are there more vintage blank label designs? I would be very much interested. Thank you for a reply.

  22. #21 - shamsa says:

    where can i find vintage labels where you can edit them and write in them?
    because i searched all websites just for that.

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