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Chalkboard Labels by KANAS Review

By Vsudarsan

I had a lot of fun re-organizing my kitchen and labeling my containers with reusable chalkboard labels that Kanas sent me to review. My glass and Rubbermaid containers filled with whole grains, pasta, and flour now look so beautiful in my kitchen cabinets! I cook with so many types of flours that look similar and I would have to feel or sniff to identify them unless labeled.

The pack that Kanas sent me had 48 adorable stickers - a combination of two pretty vintage shapes, rectangles and ovals. I had to buy a chalkboard ink pen at my local craft store to be able write neatly. The stickers so easy to use, clean and reuse. All I had to is wipe it with a dry cloth and it looked like almost new and ready to go onto another jar. I loved the fact that I could move them around when placed crooked - which is something that cannot be done with typical stickers. Each overall measures 3-3.5 inches x 2 inches, but can easily be cut into smaller pieces. They are also not too thin, making it easy to peel and stick. Also some of my ugly irremovable labels are now covered with these super cute labels!

My most favorite feature of this product is it gives my kitchen a vintage yet modern look! This is for someone who likes an organized and stylish kitchen pantry..

Chalkboard Labels by KANAS Review
Chalkboard Labels by KANAS Review

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free usingTomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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