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Blonde Designs is an inspirational blog focused on invitations, parties, and good design. We are Angie Gubler and Kristin Rees, best friends, graphic designers and moms.
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witch's brew

Below is a PDF template to print your own Halloween water bottle labels (just click on the image). You can print these on text-weight paper, cut at the crop marks and adhere to water bottles with double-sided tape. You can also print them on label paper and adhere them to the bottle that way. Just make sure to remove the original label first. The bottles can be refrigerated, but to avoid condensation, don't put them in the freezer or on ice. Hope you enjoy your "witch's brew!"

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Thank you, thank you, thank you!

09.23 | Unregistered CommenterKrissy

Those are SO fun! I am going to have to post a link to these on my blog so that my readers can come and print them out! So cute!

09.23 | Unregistered CommenterLorie

Thanks for sharing about the condensation. I am doing water bottle labels for my son's birthday party this weekend and I wasn't sure about how to apply them or how to avoid the condensation issue. Thanks again! I am so glad you guys started a blog.

09.23 | Unregistered CommenterErica

I love these! Thanks.
I printed a bunch. I plan on sending them to school with my son, for his class.

09.24 | Unregistered CommenterMonica

What a wonderful idea! I think I will add a fun colour to the water for my boys lunches the day before Halloween to surprise them; maybe lime green Kool-aid singles or Crystal Lite?

Thanks for such a great idea and the wonderful template!

09.24 | Unregistered CommenterHouse Elf

These are too cute! Thanks for sharing!!!

09.24 | Unregistered CommenterStacey


09.24 | Unregistered CommenterStephanie

What are your thoughts on dying the water black? Or a swampy green?

Could look cool but no one would drink it, probably.

You know I have a real food color abuse problem, right?

09.25 | Unregistered Commentersara

Thank you. I love water bottle labels but don't have the skills. I am making these for my book group Halloween dinner. Love them!

09.27 | Unregistered CommenterAshley

I love these labels. I hope you make more labels for future holidays!

09.27 | Unregistered CommenterJody

I am slightly disturbed by the thoughts of black-tinted water. Perhaps it is the purest in me! :)

I'm new to your site and LOVE your ideas, I want to make these labels, but was wondering where can I find text-weight paper and what type of printer can I use? I went to a few stores tonight and everyone looked at me funny when I asked? I have an inkjet printer...will that work? Thank you for all your inspirational posts!!!

09.28 | Unregistered CommenterStacee

Thanks so much for sharing. I love your blog and all your great ideas. Would love a template for your birthday party water bottle covers. These are fabulous.

09.29 | Unregistered Commenterstephanie

Text-weight paper is just a fancy word for regular old printer paper. An inkjet printer should work fine – just don't get the labels wet or they will smear. Thanks for reading our blog! -Angie

These water bottle labels are so wonderful! Thanks so much for sharing advice on how to adhere the labels and keep them from sweating. I had to share them with my blog readers and tell them how fabulous your blog is. www.BellyFeathers.com

I featured your printable today on my blog! Check it out...

Thanks for sharing! :)

10.20 | Unregistered CommenterDaphne

Thank you for the cute download. I am using them at our pumpkin carving party on Sunday.

Thank you!

10.23 | Unregistered CommenterJanice

Thanks so much! I made these for my son's class. He's very excited. :)

10.28 | Unregistered CommenterRoberta

hello there thanks for your grat post, as usual ((o:

witch brew ? what the hell is that? seriously it would be a nice product like Buy Viagra and stuff

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