Kids Clothes Drawer Labels

UPDATE: Even more clothing pictures can be found on my Printable Kids Packing List

Free Printable Kids Clothing Drawer Labels

Last month I made labels for the boys’ clothes drawers.

This definitely has made it easier for everyone to find clothes or (even better) put them away!  I created the labels in Google Docs and will share the link below so anyone can use them- when I printed them I had each child’s name written on the label as well.  Then I colored all of Leland’s blue and all of James’ red, and  laminated them with clear contact paper. I hole punched them and tied them onto the kids clothing baskets.

Click to open printable clothing drawer labels.
Kids Clothing Drawer Labels

You may print them as they are, or make a copy from within Google Docs and edit as you wish.

To make your own editable copy of the clothing labels – simply click on [File] on the left hand side of the screen and select [Make a copy]. You’ll then be able to edit the document, add names if you like and so on.

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  1. Alan says


    This is EXACTLY what I was trawling the net for, thank you very much for generously sharing these!



  2. says

    Thanks so much for sharing! I was making mine from scratch but kept having an issue. I was able to edit mine and love them!

  3. says

    Thanks for the labels. We just printed and colored them for my son. I also gave you credit on my blog. :) Hope you are having a good start to your summer.

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  5. Brooke says

    Thanks so much for posting. Saw one of your labels says “Leland.” I have a son named “Leeland.” Love that name :o)

  6. says

    Many kids may have the same kind of water bottle, lunch box or even raincoat spotting a specific item becomes quite easy since there’s a name label fixed on it.

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  8. Juliet says

    These are so awesome and just what I need thank you very much for making them and putting them out for everyone to use.

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