Labels communicate the same hazards for smaller containers and packages. Hazard communication forms the backbone of emergency response, and response begins with communication! The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) requires proper placards and labels to alert the public of the presence of hazardous materials. Place a piece of transfer tape over your pantry labels. Use the scraping tool to make sure the vinyl adheres to the transfer tape. Gently pull transfer tape and make sure the entire pantry label lifts with it. Place your label on the container. Use the scraping tool to smooth the pantry label onto the container to make sure it sticks. Our blank label sheets are perfect for creating your own hand-written label items and can be complimented with our white gel pens. You can either order a single sheet in addition to your spice or pantry label sets, or you can order as many as you need to create your own full set of hand-written labels. Use this pantry master list to get yours on track. A well-stocked pantry will save you time and money. Use this pantry master list to get yours on track. SHARE PIN EMAIL.