I saw a couple of these on Pinterest, and when I googled and kept looking I found more than what was on Pinterest. They are apparently stored on the Folger’s site from years past. I did all the legwork for you. Check out the options …
I printed my labels on full sized label paper and used my paper cutter to trim them.
I cut a corner off of the slick backing paper.
Cutting a corner allowed me to line up the label, then slowly remove the backing paper.
I love these! I bake a lot during the holidays for friends, family and neighbors. The hardest part for me? Finding the canisters because I don’t drink coffee!
I washed my canisters, let them sit overnight with water and a little dish soap, then I poured a little pure vanilla in the canister the next day. So now at least they don’t smell like coffee or a cleaning agent.
Think of the possibilities. If you’re a big coffee drinker, you may have already been saving your Folger’s Coffee Cans because you KNEW there was something to do with them. You could wrap presents, bake sweets for neighbors, or just fill it with candy on your counter.
With the designs on Robin’s blog you can store toys, crayons, beans etc.
I believe this is the full collection, if you’ve seen other labels, let me know and I will edit this post so they are all in one place.