DIY : water bottle labels

personalized water bottle

personalized water bottle

My husband and I have been helping out with my brother-in-law’s wedding lately. This is our latest project: custom water bottle labels. Since the majority of their guests are coming from out of town, the bride’s mother wanted to welcome everyone with a little gift bag for all the guests staying at the designated wedding hotel. Most of the contents in this bag is a mystery to me but I do know there will be bottles of water.  The bride had asked me to design and make some custom labels for the water bottles. I was really happy with how these came out. They were not only easy to make but going to add a special touch to the welcome bags.

printed labels

To do these yourself. You will need an image editing software (I used adobe photoshop), a color printer, 8.5×11 paper, water bottles, scissors, and glue stick. First measure out the size of the existing label of your water bottles, then use these dimensions to put together a layout on photoshop. Once you have the labels designed, printed, and cropped. Remove existing labels and adhere new ones with a little dab of glue.

finished bottles

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2 Responses to DIY : water bottle labels

  1. rascecil says:

    yahh shalowm, nice write-up and thanks for the tip(s). Can you tell me;
    1. what kind of waterproof glue did you use?
    2. do you know if any labels came off when the bottles got wet & among each other?

    thanking you in advance!

  2. There are some interesting closing dates on this article however I don’t know if I see all of them center to heart. There is some validity however I’ll take hold opinion till I look into it further. Good article , thanks and we want extra! Added to FeedBurner as properly

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