I love organizing! And I love making it beautiful. Unfortunately I cannot have pictures of my classroom but I will share with you my collection of labels. I have to admit I did not use all of them. I started with some and people started asking me “Don’t you have these with bright backgrounds, what about chalkboard, what about without the chalkboard and can I have the same but with chevron? and so it goes 🙂 So I keep on creating them.
You can also take a look at this post about different decor sets I have and ideas to use some of their components.
These were my first editable labels and they are really special for me 🙂
Then someone asked if I have the same color but polka dot. I know they look the same at first glance 🙂
The most precious thing about these next black and white editable labels is that you can have them in ANY color. Just print them on color paper.
These next were another teacher friend’s request but what I LOVE about them is that they can be used in any color combination. If you have a floral decor, you can use the light yellow, green and pink and they will match. If you have nautical decor, you can use the blue shades only. And then for Christmas, use the red and green.
The Blues and Reds are inspired by a famous author’s work. Surely recognizable. 🙂 You know which cat I mean 🙂
And another literary inspiration:
These next are one of my absolute favorite! They feel so bright and happy with their rainbow patterns.
If you have a bee theme classroom or a spring/floral theme, these can be great.
These are some cute watercolor owls:
Some stylish combination of grey chevron, chalkboard and colorful dots.
Another stylish set of editable labels with glitter, pink and mint.
Yet another stylish set which is also a favorite of mine.
These may be my absolute favorite and they seem to be liked a lot by other people as well. The combination between chalkboard and the bright neon backgrounds with confetti (which I adore, even more than polka dot for they feel more free-spirited 🙂 ) is so catchy!
And then, there are the same confetti, neon and buntings but without the chalkboard. They are another request and I have to admit I love to fulfil requests. Any time I can, I do it. Even if it is for an existing resource and someone is asking for something to be added, as long as it is reasonable, and the person is respectful enough, I do it.
And then these are the recent additions to my editable labels collection. I love these primary colors (I know that green and orange are not primary actually 🙂 )
And some more trendy ones:
And cactus labels that turned out great with this black and white backgrounds. Again the variety of sizes and shapes.