Post # 1
I am interested in doing custom water bottle labels for my OOT bags and possibly for the wedding as well. I am interested in seeing how all you bees made yours and also if you wouldn’t mind sharing the PDF file so I can play around with editing some of them for our wedding theme.. thanks so much!!
Post # 4
Here’s one that’s on here
Here are some vintage labels.. you could always use them as a template but size them for water bottles?…
I responded on another post with instruction of how to save/resize/edit them
Idk what your theme/formality is so I hope this helps atleast get you started =) You could always check the DIY tab on here too (not in the board but actually DIY) there might be some others =)
Post # 5
I am horrible at putting pics on here! If this doesnt work then pm me your email address and I will send them!
Post # 6
you can change the colors, font, layout, etc. That is just what I chose. I also did wine bottle labels.
Post # 7
@kellyandbauder those are great! Where did you find the template for them or how did you make them…. could you post? =)
Post # 8
We made our labels using Powerpoint. Bought the waterbottles at Costco. Lables from onlinelabels.com. They look super-cute.
Post # 9
@ Stresse – what labels did you use from onlinelabels.com?
Post # 10
I can email you the template I did it in Powerpoint. I also got my labesl from onlinelables.com. I ordered at 3:57 on a Wednesday and they were at my house by 3:30 pm the NEXT day and I chose standard shipping! They are SUPER quick!!
I used this label:
8.5″ x 2″
5 Labels per Sheet
Weatherproof Matte Inkjet
you can get the template that I used from here:
however, I had to adjust the sizing to fit the labels. If you want that template PM me your email address.
Post # 11
PS: they look much better in person. The colors are softer!
Here is one of them:
Post # 12
you can see another one on the table. sorry the images are so big! I don’t know how to change it.
Post # 13
@ kelleyandbauder: Did you print your labels on your home inkjet printer? Although I plan on ordering the waterproof labels, I’ve read that the inkjet ink still tends to run and smear after being submerged in a bucket of (melting) ice. What was your experience with this? Anyone else have any words of advice or should I just find a laser printer to use?