Halloween Drink Labels
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Halloween Drink Labels

 

With Halloween parties on the horizon, here’s a quick and simple way to add a spooky feel to your bevarage station.

 

I love making mundane details (like bottles of wine) feel a little more special. And guests always notice these little touches. Who wouldn’t want  a glass of ghost goo?

 

Wine Bottle Beverage Station Kim Woodward4

To make wine bottle labels:

– Open and arrange the labels on an 8 1/2 x 11 inch page.
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– Add registration marks to the page and print to your home printer on white sticker paper.

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– Load onto your Silhoeutte mat and cut on your machine. When the cutting is complete, you can peel the stickers off the page.
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– Apply the stickers to wine bottles, covering the existing labels. (You can also remove the labels with warm soap and water.) These bottles already had a pretty design, but you could also add the design with vinyl on a plain bottle.

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For more fun, add a spider web to a mirror to serve as the beverage tray. I cut the web from silver vinyl and the spiders from black cardstock.

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It only takes a few minutes to put this beverage area together, but I love how it turned out. And now I have plenty of time for a glass of Vampire Tears.
Designs used:

witchy wine beverage label

ghost goo beverage label

vampire tears beverage label

spider & web

spider web

Supplies

– Silhouette Portrait

– Portrait Mat

– Blade

– White sticker paper

– Silver vinyl

– Transfer paper

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5 comments

  1. This is fun! I also like the spider web on the mirror, clever idea Kim.

    1. Great idea, I love it!

  2. This is so cool! I love the addition of the spiders and web to the mirror 🙂

  3. Very cute idea Kim…these labels will be on my next design order!

  4. Just made two Vampire Blood labels and put them on some red wine bottles . They turned out super cute. Can’t wait to give them as hostess gifts for the two Halloween parties I’m attending!

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