The past few years have started our family on a geocaching adventure. The extra family time we’ve had these past few months has been spent wisely in exploring the world around us more and has led to many geocaching expeditions.
Last week my husband wanted decided to start creating his own geocaches to add to the community. He went searching online for labels to put on his cache so people know what the geocache is if they come across one by accident and aren’t already in the know.
He found the official waterproof vinyl labels on the official Geocaching Shop, but wanted to print his own labels so he wouldn’t have to wait for shipping. Shipping from the United States has been taking ages lately due to COVID.
A Google search for geocaching labels came up with some free labels but nothing large enough image to print nicely.
So, being the maker family that we are, we made our own. I spent an evening making them and wanted to share with the community for anyone else looking to print their geocaching labels at home.
Printable Geocache Instructions
Update: Aug 22, 2020 – I just came across the official Geocache “instructions for finders” that you can print off to add to your cache so muggles who find your cache know what’s going on. Perfect.