This post is sponsored by Dymo.
Some time ago I got a bee in my bonnet. My cupboard was a mish mash of cereal, pasta, baking supplies, hot chocolate...you name it. I couldn't take it any longer and I decided to get organized. I grabbed some baskets and plastic bins, I purchased a few containers to put my baking supplies and cereals in. And the pantry cupboard looked better. No doubt about it.
But when Dymo sent me their Plug and Play Label Maker to try out. I knew exactly what I needed to do with it.
You see, even though the cupboard was now nice and organized...there was a little issue with the baking supplies. Turns out, powdered sugar, flour and granulated sugar can look very similar when they are placed in containers without labels. (Really, you say? Bake much, Wendy, you say?) Luckily, I never grabbed the wrong container - like say, powdered sugar when I needed flour...but that doesn't mean it couldn't happen.
So I pulled out that little Plug and Play Label Maker. It was so easy to use, I couldn't believe it. It has built in software, so all I had to do was plug it into my computer (it's PC AND Mac compatible).
I opted for simple labels...but I used Curlz for a font to give them a little bit of fun. Then I just clicked the print icon and the label popped right out. There's a button to push on the machine that cut the label for me. That was it! I got all the labels done for my baking supplies in a couple of minutes, but I was having so much fun that I made some for my cereal as well.
Discaimer: Dymo provided me with their Plug and Play Label Maker in exchange for this review, but the opinions expressed are entirely my own.