Free printable Halloween labels will help you quickly make creepy Halloween bottles decor. This is a sponsored post with OnlineLabels.com but all ideas and opinions are my own.
I love to craft and decorate for Halloween, and this year I thought it would be funny to create “beauty products” to decorate with. What might a witch or ghoul have sitting on their bathroom counter at home? I let me imagination run wild and came up with these four fun ideas.
Supplies Used to make Halloween Bottles:
- Brown Kraft Printable Labels from OnlineLabels.com
- Various bottles
- Mod Podge Sheer Colors
- Plastic skulls and hand
- Various ribbons and lace
Step one: Download my free printable file (or right click on it below to save it). I’ve left a few of the labels blank so you can create your own label names if you want to.
Step two: Print the Halloween labels on kraft label paper. I use these labels from OnlineLabels.com because they hold the ink well and they stick to slick surfaces like glass. I used my HP Envy to print the label.
Step three: Trim around the labels to cut them out. Distress the edges with ink to give them an aged appearance.
Step four: To tint the bottles, pour in a generous amount of Mod Podge in various colors. Swirl the paint around to coat the interior of the jar, then let the excess drip out. Set the jars aside to dry.
Step five: Embellish the jars by hot gluing on skulls and skeleton hands. Tie ribbon, tulle, or lace around the necks of the jars. Fill the one jar with small plastic skulls.
Step six: Peel the backing from the labels and attach them to the jars.
I decided to set these Halloween bottles up in my guest bathroom on the sink, to create a creepy vanity for visitors to giggle about. I love to decorate forgotten spaces, like the bathroom, for holidays, because it is so unexpected! Have fun crafting and creating Halloween decor for your entire home!